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12 Leadership Lessons from the Life of Christ


February 11, 2023

Book Details

Thousands of years after the birth of Jesus Christ, individuals worldwide still follow and adhere to His teachings. Bestselling business author Kimball Fisher unlocks twelve leadership lessons from the life of Jesus Christ through rich examples, stories, and tips. Discover how to motivate, empower, resolve conflict, and delegate, among a host of other leadership lessons that will enrich your home, business, and everyday life.

Author Description

Kimball Fisher has spent thirty years as a consultant specializing in training leaders and teams to be more effective. He has worked with about twenty percent of the Fortune 100 corporations—places like Apple Computers, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Capital One, Chevron, GE Capital, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, McDonald's, Microsoft, NBC, Nike, and Weyerhaeuser—teaching leadership and team skills across the Americas, Europe, Scandinavia, Asia, and Africa. He's also worked with several universities, churches, and government organizations including the IRS, the US Departments of Treasury and Agriculture, and the staff office of the US Senate. He is the author/co-author of the business best sellers Leading Self-Directed Work Teams and The Distance Manager (with Mareen Fisher).Fisher received a leadership scholarship from BYU, where he graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Humanities and a Master's degree in Organizational Behavior. He was the first recipient of the prestigious William G. Dyer Award for outstanding contributions to the field of management.He and his wife live in Portland, Oregon.

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