Business can and must first pull itself out of the gutter and return to moral and ethical principles.
Hoschton, GA (PRWEB) February 17, 2014
Author David Eakin has over 30 years of experience in training leaders within various industries and churches. While many businesses tout their new-age business models or claim to have valuable trade secrets that get them to the top, Eakin relies on business teachings from more than 3,500 years ago. In his new book, "The Jethro Principle: Rediscovering Leadership" (published by CrossBooks), Eakin covers this, and what he sees American businesses and government doing poorly.
Eakin believes readers, businesses and the government alike can benefit by utilizing the leadership style Jethro taught Moses in the Bible. Eakin believes this largely due to the fact that the principles not only cover leadership, but also efficiency, responsibility, sharing authority and providing an environment that encourages positive growth.
"Business can and must first pull itself out of the gutter and return to moral and ethical principles," Eakin says. "Commitment to honesty and integrity in leadership, and to personal accountability by leaders, has fallen on hard times. There is a desperate need to rediscover leadership."
"The Jethro Principle" is filled with knowledge on what Jethro’s original principles were, as well as how they can be adapted to work in a modern society. Whether the reader is a business owner, government employee or a parent, Eakin is confident the principles have stood the test of time, and can still work today.
About the Author
David Eakin has more than 30 years of experience in public speaking, organizational development and leadership training. He has worked as a management systems consultant and trainer with a variety of industries around the world. He and his wife, Jan, have two sons and live in Hoschton, Ga. This is his first published book.
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