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By: Dr Emmett Emery, Sr.

You Better Stand Your Watch - A Call To Being A Spiritual Leader In The Workplace

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The surge of spirituality in the workplace is not necessarily about religion, but about sharing an inner desire to find meaning in what we do. Written for those who are called to being a spiritual leader at work, this book addresses the issues that spiritual leaders face when encouraging spirituality at work, both for the benefit of the individual and the organisation. It explores factors that hinder progress in a multicultural and religious workplace setting and provides leadership and decision-making models to fit. Standing your watch or remaining loyal to the Lord is a key success factor. The text is based on the Bible book of Ezekiel - a narrative history that was written by the prophet Ezekiel in approximately 511 BC. Your purpose as a spiritual leader in the workplace is to sound the alarm to wake up the office and encourage the employees to allow God to be present. This book is a great how-to guide.

Dr. Emmett Emery, Sr. is the president, CEO, founder of Emery Consulting Firm. He has a AA degree, BS degree, MSBA degree, and DBA degree. Dr. Emery was also president, CEO, founder of True Believers' Christian Family Service Center from 2006 to 2008, the business was categorized as a social service and welfare organization. Dr. Emery pastor two churches from 2003 to 2008, Round Lake Christian Center and True Believers' Christian Center.

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  • Deborah Allen

    This book has a large amount of information to increase leadership abilities.

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