New York, N.Y. (PRWEB) November 10, 2016
Management consultant Paul Ohana and psychologist David Arnow analyze 40 Bible stories and for each give readers a simple take-away to cope more effectively with the leadership challenges they face at work and at home. In “Leadership in the Bible: A Practical Guide for Today” (published by iUniverse), the authors provide examples from the business world and contemporary society that illustrate the usefulness of ancient stories in helping to manage the tests we face as 21st century decision makers.
In a clear and concise way, “Leadership in the Bible” highlights situations encountered in everyday life and interprets them in light of what we can learn from the successes, and occasional failures, of 3 key biblical leaders—Abraham, Joseph, and Moses.
“Many books that look to the Bible for wisdom are preachy and seek to make readers more religious,” Arnow says. “Our goal is to extract essential lessons from familiar stories that will help you make more effective decisions today.”
Utilizing short case studies and the latest research from the fields of management and psychology, “Leadership in the Bible” will appeal to those with or without a background in the Bible. The authors extract lessons from the Bible about basic tasks of leadership including: successfully launching a project; preventing harmful miscommunication: learning from failure; retaining hope in the face of trial; managing, if not avoiding, crisis; and empowering those who rely on you. “Leadership in the Bible” demonstrates that with a fresh approach there’s much to learn from Bible stories that have been central to Western civilization for so many centuries.
Interested parties may learn more at http://www.leadershipinthebible.com and facebook.com/leadershipbible.
“Leadership in the Bible: A Practical Guide for Today”
By Paul Ohana and David Arnow
Paperback | 6 x 9 in | 264 pages | ISBN 9781532003141
E-Book | 264 pages | ISBN 9781532003134
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Authors
Paul Ohana is an international consultant who has managed large organizations and start-ups. He has been training clients in leadership for over 40 years and is the author of five books on management. He has a multidisciplinary education that he received in ENS Telecom, La Sorbonne in Paris and in the USA (Harvard Business School, Pittsburgh Graduate school of Business.) He lives in Paris.
David Arnow, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist. He is an investor with decades of leadership experience in the non-profit sector, has published two books on the story of the Exodus and the festival of Passover and was a participating scholar in the web site “Exodus Conversations: How the story of the Exodus Speaks to Jews, Christians and Muslims. He lives in New York.
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