Setting the Agenda: Meditations for the Organization's Soul
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Setting the Agenda addresses the spirituality of those working for non-profit organizations.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 290
Vendor: Herald Press
Publication Date: 2011
ISBN: 0836195566
ISBN-13: 9780836195569

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Setting the Agenda offers practical advice on how to govern an organization from a spiritual vantage point. The first part focuses on the importance of spirituality and the way it is expressed in the boardroom. Edgar Stoesz and Rick M. Stiffney encourage directors to lift themselves out of the present and peer into the future-which is itself a spiritual exercise. The second part consists of more than ninety meditations by a variety of writers. The meditations address different moods or challenges that boards face in their work. 292 Pages.

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