~The best leaders not only lead well but also reflect on their leadership long enough and thoughtfully enough to articulate the philosophies that cause them to do so. Whether serving in the marketplace or in ministry, as executives or rank-and-file employees, as salaried staff or volunteer servants, good leaders can pinpoint the rationale for their actions and decisions with the ease of reciting their home address. In Axiom, author Bill Hybels divulges the God-given convictions that have dictated his leadership strategy for more than three decades as senior pastor of Willow Creek Community Church. Oriented toward four key leadership categories â€¦ 1. Vision and strategy (â€œPromote Shameless Profitability,â€ â€œTake a Flyerâ€) 2. Teamwork and communication (â€œObi-Wan Kenobi Isnâ€™t for Hire,â€ â€œDisagree without Drawing Bloodâ€) 3. Activity and assessment (â€œDevelop a Mole System,â€ â€œSweat the Small Stuffâ€) 4. Personal integrity (â€œAdmit Mistakes, and Your Stock Goes Up,â€ â€œFight for Your Familyâ€) â€¦ Axiom brokers accessible wisdom from one leaderâ€™s journey, as well as emboldens you to nail down the reasons why you lead like you lead.