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In The Leadership Wisdom of Jesus, Charles Manz looks to the New Testament to see what it holds for today's leaders. What he finds are powerful leadership lessons that can enable both leaders and followers to maintain integrity, live on a higher plane, and ultimately, reach personal and professional goals through sound practical principles. Time and again, companies that practice these lessons, putting the welfare of their employees and customers first, rise to the top. Manz offers some seemingly strange but powerful leadership lessons such as "racing for last place", "putting the gavel away", and "the power of golden mustard seeds", that are deeply resonant with the approaches taken by today's most successful business leaders.
©1998 Charles C. Manz., Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.; © and (P)1999 HighBridge Company

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  • Stephen
  • 30-09-05

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The information in the book is insightful, but don't try to drive anywhere in your car with the book playing. The reader is quite dry and mechanical, and the sound quality is flat. A more conversational reader could have held my attention better while at the wheel; I found myself rewinding quite a bit. This is a nice little book of meditations that perhaps is best heard over and over again.

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