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Love Works: Seven Timeless Principles for Effective Leaders
By Joel Manby (Zondervan, 2012)

The Facts: Tapping his decades of experience as a high-level executive in the auto and entertainment industries, Joel Manby offers seven principles that emphasize love-centered leadership that get results.

The Slant: Love Works is aimed at business people, but it applies to leaders in any context. Through winsome stories of success and failure, Manby describes a constructive leadership style that achieves maximum results while demonstrating the power of love in the cutthroat world of the auto industry. Love works in the boardroom of a fortune 500 company or the office of a parish church. Clear and enjoyable, this book is an ideal resource to aid leadership teams of all kinds.—Barnabas Piper

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From Issue:Ministry's Core, Fall 2012 | Posted: November 5, 2012

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