Since , he has been teaching hundreds of crowds and in his actions before that and since the disciples had already been with him during suchalter out the teachings, it would be perhaps safe to issue them that they had he thought they already understood his this message and the methods after being with him for such a long time. Now, after learning and experiencing his teaching style and the message that he wanted to deliver to the people, Jesus now thought that it was time to send out the disciples to do their own ministries (Nouwen, 1993).
This would be perhaps a good events for our example here in our paper, for many of our more than leaders do indeed sent out disciples out into the world to do their ministries. Our first example for it to be closer to home base would be when priests are trained for many long years under many subjects including theology and even far-fetched learning such as mathematics and physics. It is only after their long years of training and after they have received enough knowledge that they are sent out to preach the gospel.
The question therefore that arrives to us at this point is should not be the gospel not be easily understood by even the simplest mind? Why should priests have to be trained in the first place? How can these priests be leaders if they are segregated in long times inside monasteries and convents before being sent out into the world? Now, we must perhaps understand that the gospel is no simple and ordinary prose.
It is not merely a compilation of a short story stories that are that is open to interpretation. It in our world today you require a doctorate in literature before you could be able to teach and universities the values of various novels, what more are the requirements for teaching the Word of God? The reason why priests are locked up for years and even decades inside monasteries are in order to make sure that they fully understand the Word of God before they are sent out into the world.
To make sure that their interpretations of the gospel would not only be subjective insurances but rather thoughts that have been developed and produced by philosophers of the Church throughout the centuries. In Hills article in the Journal of Heythrop by Blackwell publishing, the author highlights the discipleship methods by specifically pointing towards the Gospel of Mark. The Journal article specifically states that it is in the Gospel for Mark where he find a complete explanation, though intrinsically, on why Jesus and chosen the disciples.
(Hill , 2007) AlsoMoreover, the Journal articlethe author highlights the importance of the event of sending out to the disciples not only for mere trainingbut also for an advantage of Jesus himself, highlighting the point that if we believe that Jesus is indeed truly the son of God and could be able to predict future developments of the religion, it had been essential for him to set the example of sending out missionaries. Of course, such an action could not be integrated into any of the existing leadership models because none of the leadership models of today could not possibly claim premonition as one of its basis.
In our modern business, how could we apply such leadership values and characteristics? What can this action of Jesus teach us that we can further integrate into the operations of corporations and organizations? The action of sending out the 12 disciples by Jesus could be related to modern-day business setting and leadership when we understand that many business ventures of the day hike in the experience of their leaders and managers through continuous education and values integration.
It is a very well-known theory among managers and directors of businesses that a first-hand experience should be gained in order to understand the concept as a whole (Stott, 2006). One would not expect to learn everything about the distribution of, say, detergent products until one goes into the supermarkets and observers how people choose the surgeons they use. It is through practical observation and on-the-job experience where leaders might learn. Of course, if youre ethical knowledge of situations may also be important, but nothing may replace hands on experience.
Take the discipline of economics, for example. Economics, as it has been developed throughout the ages, receives a variety of criticisms from various disciplines. The reason for this is because although economics teaches that the actual purpose of students learning the course is in order to help the people when they graduate and decrease poverty levels as well as problems in many countries, they do not actually do so. The reason, as is well documented by many reviewers of the course as a totality, consists mainly of theoretical frameworks and mathematical models.
These theories and models could not truly capture how society is, for there are many other variables and factors that affect consumers and the market. The result is that after graduating, economists do have the tools needed if it was a perfect world, but not for real-world situations. And so because of this, various universities all over the world are integrating within their curriculums of economics on-the-job training requirements for their undergraduates. Usually they send their undergraduate students to slum areas in poverty-stricken locations in order for undergraduates to realize why they are studying economics in the first place.