In this age of unprecedented change, we yearn for enduring wisdom to help us succeed in this topsy-turvy world. We seek inspiring role models, a sense of purpose, and connection to a deep source of meaning in life. We search for reliable sources of guidance as we navigate a daily array of daunting, seemingly impossible situations. In Leadership in the Bible, authors Paul Ohana and David Arnow will help you make wiser decisions at work and at home. Based on current thinking and research from the fields of management and psychology, Leadership in the Bible provides guidance about the most effective ways of responding to forty challenging situations you encounter every day. This guidance is grounded in the wisdom of three key figures in Hebrew ScriptureaAbraham, Joseph, and Moses. It explores how they coped with similar challenges, and it provides recommendations about how to respond to these situations at work or at home. Each chapter ends with an essential lesson, a lesson that was true thousands of years ago and remains so today. Leadership in the Bible is the product of a journey taken through the Bible by a management consultant and a psychologist. The authors merge their two perspectives to create a unique way of thinking about familiar ancient stories and how they relate to the difficult questions you encounter in life today.6 Eleanor Bloxham, aHP: Same Issues, Different Year, a Fortune, February 10, 2012, ... %20submitted%20paper_1.pdf;C. R. Snyder etal., aHope and Academic Successin College, a Journal of EducationalPsychology, 2002, vol.94, no. 4 (2002) :820a826; ... He too was offered the land, and he also insisted on paying for it(2 Samuel 24:21a25; 1Chronicles 21:23a25). 4 Simon Johnson, aYou Get What You Pay For ... from a lawcode orteaching manual thatdatesback tothe second centuryCE.
|Title||:||Leadership in the Bible|
|Author||:||Paul Ohana; David Arnow|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2014-09-08|