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HUMBLE INQUIRY: THE GENTLE ART OF ASKING INSTEAD OF TELLING

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By Edgar H. Schein; San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler (2014); Reviewed by STANLEY E. PATTERSON Edgar H. Schein brings “50 years of work as a social scientist and organizational psychologist” to bear on this simply written but profoundly insightful book. He pr... 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 »

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LEADERSHIP PAIN: THE CLASSROOM FOR GROWTH

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By Samuel Chand; Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson (2015); Reviewed by MARK BORRETT Samuel Chand’s Leadership Pain is a book on leadership and its struggles and victories. But most important this is a book about experiencing and working through our pain, hurt, disa... More »

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MENTORING WITH COMMON SENSE

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By Roy W. Harris and Alton Loveless Ashville, OH: FWB Publications (2015) Paperback, 140 pages Reviewed by PHILLIP TSE The author of Mentoring With Common Sense, Dr. Roy W. Harris, introduces the concept of mentoring as a ministry that is well worth the invest... More »