Moral Leadership tells you all you need to know to lead. Nothing is left to guess work. Whether you are in the military, corporate world, or the church--the sound leadership skills in this book can enable you to effectively communicate, make decisions, and build teams. The author, leading by example, shares the moral basis of genuine character, enabling leaders to be people of integrity and properly lead those in their spheres of influence, whether family, friends, or those they work with. The cumulative effect can turn your life around, and turn America around, and put her on moral ground. ""Without reservation, I highly recommend this work to all who seek to be effective leaders in their spheres of influence."" --Dr. Ralph Bell, Former Associate Evangelist, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association ""Linzey pulls no punches in dealing with leadership, professionalism, or integrity."" --Rear Admiral Bennett S. Sparks, USCG-Ret., Former Secretary General, Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers, Chartered by NATO ""Chaplain Linzey builds the moral, ethical and God-centered foundation of leadership coupled to the technical aspects of developing leadership skills."" --Rear Admiral Paul K. Arthur, USNR (Ret.), Former Technical Director, White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico ""Moral Leadership has captured the thoughts that are essential for leadership, both in the military and in the corporate world."" --Brigadier General Dick Abel, USAF (Ret.), Former Executive Director, Military Ministry, Campus Crusade for Christ Chaplain (Major) James F. Linzey is a decorated member of the United States Army chaplaincy. His personal experiences as the supervising chaplain of the largest mobilization and demobilization in US in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom led him to put together a team of military chaplains to produce and become the bestselling author of the Modern English Version Bible. In his twelve years of active duty, and twelve years in the Reserves, he served in support of Operation Desert Storm and Operation Noble Eagle, in support of the missions in Afghanistan, Kuwait, Israel, and Iraq, and as the first full time chaplain at the Leader's Training Course at the US Army Cadet Command at Fort Knox, KY. He uses his personal experiences to help others to prepare for any challenges they face in life.
Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Linzey, James F.
Publisher: Resource Publications (CA)
Size: 8.40h x 5.70w x 0.50d
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