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Christian Perspectives in Leadership and Business Book Series

In partnership with Palgrave Macmillan, the School of Business & Leadership has begun publishing books in its Christian Perspectives in Leadership and Business book series. This series, authored by SBL alumni and faculty, provides robust content, relevant material and a unique voice as it integrates the scholarship perspective – with full devotion to the fields of business and leadership – and faith as the foundational aspect.

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This series includes the following:

Principles of Hiring and Developing Employees


Dr. Bruce E. Winston

2018

Evaluating Performance through Christian Virtues

Dr. Mihai C. Bocarnea, Dr. Joshua Henson, Dr. Russell L. Huizing, Dr. Michael Mahan & Dr. Bruce E. Winston

2018

Biblical Theology for Ethical Leadership: Leaders from Beginning to End

Dr. Aaron Perry

2018

Bold Followership: A Biblical Cure for Organizational Toxicity


Dr. Maurice A. Buford

2018

Biblical Principles of Leading and Managing Employees


Dr. Bruce E. Winston

2018

Biblical Servant Leadership: An Exploration of Leadership for the Contemporary Context

Dr. Steven Crowther

2019

Biblical Principles of Being an Employee in Contemporary Organizations

Dr. Bruce E. Winston

2019

Leadership Growth Through Crisis: An Investigation of Leader Development During Tumultuous Circumstances

Dr. Bruce E. Winston

2020

Modern Metaphors of Christian Leadership: Exploring Christian Leadership in a Contemporary Organizational Context

Dr. Joshua Henson

2020

Biblical Principles for Resilience in Leadership: Theory and Cases

Dr. Carlo A. Serrano

2020

Organizational Metaphors: Faith as Key to Functional Organization

Dr. Debra Dean & Dr. Robert B. Huizinga

2020

True Leadership: Leadership Styles and the Kenotic Relationship

Dr. David P. Peltz & Dr. John H. Wilson

2020

Leadership Philosophy in the Fiction of C.S. Lewis

Dr. Aaron Perry

2020

Biblical Principles of Crisis Leadership: The Role of Spirituality in Organizational Response

Dr. Steve Firestone

2020


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