MONDAY, Aug. 29 (HealthDay News) — The width of a CEO's face may predict how well a company performs, according to a new study.
OK, so here's proof that most leadership theory is just that-theory. It's not how wide your face is, it's what your face is set toward. "Then I set my face toward the Lord God…" (Daniel 9:3). Another recent study suggested that successful CEOs are also more likely to be named "Peter" (note obvious biblical irony). Truth is that there is no better "power" in leadership than character and a focus on a power beyond oneself. Nobody understood this better than Jesus, who "set his face" toward Jerusalem and carried his mission all the way to the cross.