Achieving Success Through Effective Business Relationships: Based on God's Relationship with Man
Tate Publishing, 2011 - 145 pages
Everyone wants to be successful in life, but success and how to achieve it are different for each of us. Joseph Harris has spent over twenty-five years in management positions helping others achieve success. Drawing on his extensive experience and close study of the Bible, Harris shares his secrets in Achieving Success through Effective Business Relationships.
Harris begins with an examination of mankind's needs and shows that the best way to meet our own needs is to focus on meeting the needs of others. Sources from the Bible to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs demonstrate that a person can only achieve success through interpersonal relationships. Using man's relationship with God as an example, Harris focuses mainly on leader-follower relationships to show how we can be more effective at work, at home, and in church and civic groups.
A concise, inspiring guide drawing from personal anecdotes and Scripture, Achieving Success through Effective Business Relationships will help you in all your relationships and set you on the path to achieving success.
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