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LEADERSHIP PAIN: THE CLASSROOM FOR GROWTH

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  By Samuel R. Chand; Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson (2015); Reviewed by MELISSA SILVA Samuel R. Chand communicates a beautiful, and sometimes difficult, spiritual leadership truth: a leader can only grow to the threshold of his or her pain. Since God uses ... More »

INFLUENCER: THE SCIENCE OF LEADING CHANGE

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  By Joseph Grenny, Kerry Patterson, David Maxfield, Ron McMillan, & Al Switzler; New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education(2013); Reviewed by GABRIEL GUTIERREZ, JR. The foundation and heart of this volume is found in the first few pages: “However, the shor... More »

BOUNDARIES FOR LEADERS

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  By Henry Cloud; New York, NY: HarperCollins (2013); Reviewed by OSEI DANIELS “You are ridiculously in charge!” This is one of the key phrases stated by Dr. Henry Cloud in his book Boundaries for Leaders. This book breaks down clearly how leaders are to ... More »

DECISION MAKER

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  By Dennis Bakke; Seattle, WA: Pear Press (2013); Reviewed by TOM STONE &CHARITY STONE Dennis Bakke, co-founder of AES Corporation, which employs 27,000 employees (p. 10), presents a decentralized model of leadership in his book The Decision Maker. T... More »

EXECUTIVE’S HANDBOOK OF MODEL BUSINESS CONDUCT CODES

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  Manley II, W.W. (1991). Prentice-Hall. Reviewed by William R. Auxier, CEO of Thompson Surgical Instruments, Inc., and doctoral student at Andrews University. Introduction If the current state of heart disease were like the current state of business ethi... More »