noncharismatic

noncharismatic

(ˌnɒnˌkærɪzˈmætɪk)
n
a person or group not involved in the Christian charismatic movement
adj
(esp of a leader) lacking charisma not relating or belonging to the Christian charismatic movement
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Charismatic and noncharismatic leaders: Differences in behavior and effectiveness.
11) While the details of this doctrine can be debated, my point is that it has been precisely this specific interpretive approach that historically has set apart Pentecostal readings of Acts in particular and of the Bible in general from those in non-Pentecostal and noncharismatic ecclesial traditions.
This excellent and well-researched biography leaves the impression that the noncharismatic Calles may have cast a longer shadow over Mexico's history than any of these more heroic figures.
While I was a field missionary in Bolivia, I was not simply noncharismatic (a stance required by the two mission agencies under which I served), but I was anticharismatic.
At the same time, Protestant influence and numbers, especially among conservative evangelical groups and independent noncharismatic churches, have grown considerably.
Interestingly, Waldman, House & Ramirez [1996], found that charismatic leaders make more strategic changes following their appointment than do noncharismatic leaders.
She's such a mixture of strong and modest - feeling that she's a shy, noncharismatic person of no great presence.
It may be noncharismatic, provided by a group rather than an individual, based on knowledge rather than a surfeit of testosterone, and may have much more to do with eliciting the moral attachments of a political community than with creating them.
Alternatively, research can also focus on differing reports by the same news agency on different kinds of leaders: the entrepreneurs versus the big corporate executives, or charismatic versus noncharismatic leaders, such as Burr versus Frank Lorenzo, the technician-like CEO of Texas Air and Eastern Airlines.
Tensions surfaced, however, both between middle-aged Western leadership and younger leaders of the Third World churches, and between charismatic and noncharismatic evangelicals.
According to this interpretation, a given president may be seen as effective and charismatic in this pool, another may be viewed as ineffective and noncharismatic.