In his ground-breaking work, Sandel does not dispute the value of merit itself. He exposes the hollowness and oppression of a society built primarily on meritocracy. Grappling with uncomfortable questions, he offers a radical re-evaluation of how everyone’s participation in the global economy should be judged and rewarded.
This inspiring book provides practical leadership development advice. Radebe's love for developing leaders is apparent throughout, expressed through his life experiences, and his various roles and responsibilities in his family, church, and career. The book highlights the importance of character, faith, and values in leadership, and the impact they have on those around us.
The Magnificent Exit by Neil Hart explores the art of leadership transitions, drawing on the wisdom of Jesus as the ultimate example of leadership. Hart highlights seven insights that show how to raise leaders: Belong, Envision, Affirm, Test, Correct and Commission, and Release. Ultimately, the book provides a comprehensive guide to leaders and organisations seeking to make successful leadership transitions.
Larry Sharp addresses the importance of professionals living out their faith through their work. The book is not about new missionary methods, but rather an expression of God's mission to bring his kingdom on earth. Our work is an expression of our calling to live a holy life, serve others, and bring them to do the same.
Anointed for Business is Ed Silvo’s testimony that encourages and equips believers who are in the marketplace on the why, what and how to advance the kingdom right in the place where we work. If you are in the marketplace and feeling a little ineffective as opposed to those who are in fulltime ministry – this book is for you. Wanting to know how you can use your influence to change the world? This book is for you. This book is also for church leaders who are looking to equip their communities on doing God’s work, while at work.
Does Christianity have a legitimate role to play in politics, business, law, medicine, journalism, and education? Or are secularists right when they relegate religion to the strictly private realm of ‘personal values’? Nancy Pearcey offers a razor-sharp analysis of the now accepted split between the public and private - revealing how every worldview (including secularism) is ultimately based on beliefs. A brilliant, intellectual read for Christian professionals who want to know how to extricate the gospel from issues of individual morality, and translate it into language and application suitable for the public square.
n this short but profound book, Andy Crouch argues that modern technology has empowered us to pursue ‘mastery without relationship’ and ‘abundance without dependence’. We’ve essentially traded our personhood for superpower, without realising the hidden trade-offs that diminish our 'muchness'. The good news is that there is a way to change from slaves of devices into masters of instruments – creating a world where we can be both connected, and fully alive.
With a successful (and scandal-free) track record of four decades, Martin Kuscus proved himself one of a rare breed of credible public sector leaders who shaped the South African democratic landscape for the better. His memoir calls on emerging leaders to redefine the game of power, and live with admirable character in a world dominated by self-serving compromise.
Part of the 'purpose-driven life' genre, Garden City's most valuable contribution lies in its lucid exposition of how to integrate work and rest. It provides a Biblical, effective antidote to contemporary culture's consuming drive to work (and consume) more than ever before.
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