Working in partnership in a cross-cultural context can be quite a challenge. Often different leadership styles can cause misunder-standing and friction. This book is a dialogue between Western and Tanzanian Christian leaders on their leadership styles and their impact on cross-cultural partnerships. Together leaders from both societies discover the similarities and differences, strengths and weaknesses of each leadership style in terms of character, relationships, power and conflict and what they can learn from each other. The author proposes practical action steps how to move towards a truer Christian leader-ship style and more genuine partnerships.