Bonding: Integrating a Human Resource And Security Paradigm Change Through Effective Leadership
Throughout this book, author Thomas Ampeliotis provides insight written in the first person. Ampeliotis talks primarily from his experience through eleven years of Law Enforcement/Security experience, Security Management for an International Company, Human Resources, and through his educational background that includes two master's degrees and work towards an Ed D in Organizational Leadership.
A good security professional is always thinking of what could happen and how to stop it from happening. That is one reason I wrote this book. I wanted to help security/human resource personnel by giving them tools and forethought to prepare against the unexpected. If there is not a designated security professional in an organization, the task of security is always given to the human resource or safety department. So it only makes sense that human resources should prepare against security issues and have necessary tools.
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According to the author's bio, he has two master's degrees. He must have gotten said degrees from a Cracker Jack box. I know the type of person that wrote this book; they use big words to try to make themselves sound smart. To me, human resources functions are two fold- protect the company and help the company's most valuable assets; the people. The author clearly only cares about himself. How can the people help ME get ahead; not how can WE help the team.
Quoting the introduction above, "A good security professional is always thinking of what could happen and how to stop it from happening." If the author was such a good security professional, then why was he caught red-handed in an extra-marital affair?
I don't share the level of education that the author does, but I always try to be humble and adhere to strict FAMILY values. I would never think of leaving my wife for a younger woman.
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