We, the authors, provide statistically validated scales for each of the nine fruit of the Spirit. At present, no studies/books exist that provide statistically validated scales for the fruit of the Spirit, thus this project is a contribution to the theoretical and practitioner literature. These scales provide a useful set of measurement tools for human resource training and development programs, as well as for individuals to self-evaluate their level of each of the nine fruit of the spirit. In the book, we provide forms that evaluate the nine fruit from the perspectives of self, peers, subordinates, and superiors. The authors will present examples of radar charts that can be used to see a comprehensive 360-degree profile.
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