Our Souls at Work How Great Leaders Live Their Faith in the Global Marketplace

ISBN-10: 0578039893
ISBN-13: 9780578039893
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Authors: Mark L. Russell
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List price: $19.95
Publisher: Elevate
Publication date: 1/1/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

Foreword
Introduction
Calling
Dennis Bakke on the purpose of secular work
Howard Dahl on the sacred/secular dichotomy
David Miller on the theology of work
Ed Meese on opportunities in the workplace
Ken Eldred on the "calling" myth
Bonnie Wurzbacher on business as a calling
Bonnie and Steve Wurzbacher on fruitful work as both a blessing and expectation of God
David Miller on hunger for discussion of faith in business
David Miller on the relevance of faith in the marketplace
David Miller on connecting faith and work
Leadership
Dennis Bakke on the most fun workplace in human history
Howard Dahl on the call of leadership
David Morken on following Christ's example in leadership
Dennis Bakke on influencing leaders
Harri Sundvik with various lessons for leaders
John Tyson on faith in leadership
Steve Reinemund on leaders sharing faith in the workplace
Ed Meese on decision making
Dennis Bakke on delegating decisions
Ed Meese on dealing with the media
Character
Howard Dahl on integrity
David Miller on authenticity in faith-friendly initiatives
Corey Bell on respect and kindness
Corey Bell on adversity
Howard Dahl on spiritual growth through difficult times
Stephen Lynn on growth through hard times
Ben Chatraw on allegiance
George Kettle (as told by Mr. Spencer Brand) on leadership: example, perseverance, and philanthropy
Success
Mo Anderson on Keller Williams Realty: values that feed the soul and fuel growth
Brian Lewis on success and failure
Harri Sundvik on a definition of success
Henry Kaestner on doing the right thing
Wendy Murphy on competing as a woman
Tyler Self on two essential characteristics for success
Steve Lynn on a success stories
Katherine Foo on identity in Christ
Money
Teal Carlock and Max Anderson on a Hippocratic oath for business-value versus profits
David Miller on money
Steve Reinemund on CEO compensation
Ken Eldred on the myth that poverty is noble
Howard Dahl on greed
Ed Meese on the economy
Steven Lynn on giving and saving
Bonnie Wurzbacher on business as the only creator of wealth
Stewardship
Blake Mycoskie on for-profit philanthropy-the success of TOMS Shoes
Blake Lingle on a faith-reflective business model
John Tyson on bio-fuels
Kimberly Yerino on business as ministry and an answer to poverty
Balance
Henry Kaestner on four core values
David Morken on the discipline of work/life balance as a CEO
David Morken on fitting in ultra-marathons
David Morken on establishing and maintaining discipline of family times
Steve Reinemund on work/life balance
Scott Harrison on work/life balance
Steven Lynn on life models
Wendy Murphy on balance
David Miller on balancing roles as a woman
Ken Eldred on the myth that Christians must be the last ones out the door
Rick Schneider on the Sabbath
Disciplines
Ken Eldred on praying for business
Ed Meese on faith in politics
Stephen Lynn on accountability
Harri Sundvik on spiritual disciplines
Wendy Murphy on reliance on God
Wendy Murphy on being salt and light
Steve Reinemund on Scripture memorization
Matthew McCreight on suggestions for spiritual growth
Fonny Surya on obedience
Katherine Foo on the God of peace and hope
Bonita Grubb on God's guidance
Relationships
Ed Meese on Reagan as mentor
Dennis Pemberton on the value of small groups and marketplace Bible studies
Ed Meese on prayer breakfasts and small groups
Katherine Foo on fellowship
Ed Meese on reinforcing relationships
Wendy Murphy on learning the hard way
Pluralism
Jeff Russell on creating a pluralistic business culture
Matthew McCreight on thriving as a Christian in a secular company
Bonnie Wurzbacher on faith in the workplace
David Miller on chaplains in the workplace (especially at Tyson)
David Miller on creating faith-friendly businesses
John Tyson on the faith-friendly workplace
Dennis Pemberton on building a faith-friendly environment
Steve Reinemund on diversity in the workplace
Ethics
Wendy Murphy on CEO ethics and the CEO's conscience
Wendy Murphy on CEO compensation
John Tyson on animal rights
Steve Reinemund on obesity
Jeff Metzner on an ethical framework
Giving
Coca-Cola: water and systems in times of disaster
PepsiCo: community development through water purification
Scott Harrison on the story of charity: water
Afterword
Acknowledgements
Contributors
Team
Appendix: MBA Oath & Dahl Letters

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