Hebraic leadership involves leading in a Godly manner. It is guided by the words of God, as such Hebraic leaders tend to follow the examples of Biblical leaders, like Abraham, Moses, Elijah, David, etc.; inorder to lead successfully or achieve their earthly mission.
Hebraic leaders tend to look into history to study the problems that some great Christian leaders faced and understand how those problems were resolved, so as to walk smoothly through their leadership journey. Hebraic Leadership also involves the acknowledgment and respect for diversity. Hebraic leaders are very much tolerant of others opinions, and cultural and religion beliefs.
Hebraic leadership is recognizing your responsibility to both God and your neighbor; ensuring that you build and maintain a healthy relationship with God, and that you seek the welfare of your neighbor always.
Hebraic leadership means embracing politics as a gift from God. A Hebraic leader is one who recognizes the significance of coercive power, especially when it aims at creating order, and enforcing morality.