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Responsible Leadership - The Ethic Of Right Behavior (Wausau, Wi), C. William Pollard Oct 2003

Responsible Leadership - The Ethic Of Right Behavior (Wausau, Wi), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Speaking at the 2003 Wausau Luncheon and Excellence in Leadership Forum (Wausau, WI), Pollard calls on business leaders to run their organizations as moral communities oriented to the "development of human character."


Speech At National Association Of Convenience Stores Prayer Breakfast, C. William Pollard Oct 2003

Speech At National Association Of Convenience Stores Prayer Breakfast, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this speech at the 2003 National Association of Convenience Stores Prayer Breakfast (Chicago, IL), Pollard draws from his experience at the helm of ServiceMaster in order to reflect on the integration of work and faith.


Responsible Leadership - The Ethic Of Right Behavior (River Forest, Il), C. William Pollard Oct 2003

Responsible Leadership - The Ethic Of Right Behavior (River Forest, Il), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Speaking at the Concordia Business Friends Breakfast, Pollard calls on business leaders to run their organizations as moral communities oriented to the "development of human character."


The Way Of Improvement Leads Home: Philips Vickers Fithian’S Rural Enlightenment, John Fea Sep 2003

The Way Of Improvement Leads Home: Philips Vickers Fithian’S Rural Enlightenment, John Fea

History Educator Scholarship

Offers a look at the life of Philip Vickers Fithian, a diarist from southern New Jersey, in an effort to assess the influence of the Enlightenment in the British American colonies. Profile of Fithian; His perception on personal morality and behavior; Political and social issues tackled in his journal; Efforts to reconcile the pursuit of Enlightenment self-improvement with passion and love for home.


A Charge To Keep, C. William Pollard May 2003

A Charge To Keep, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this address at the Emmanuel University's (Oradea, Romania) 2003 commencement ceremony, Pollard encourages the graduating seniors to see themselves as going out to serve and engage the world for Christ in whatever field of work they may enter.


Responsible Leadership - The Ethic Of Right Behavior (London), C. William Pollard May 2003

Responsible Leadership - The Ethic Of Right Behavior (London), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Speaking at the CRPA Dinner in London, Pollard calls on business leaders to run their organizations as moral communities oriented to the "development of human character."


Growing In Wisdom And Stature And In Favor With God And Humanity: Holistic Christian Mentoring With A Small Group Component, David Paul Koppel May 2003

Growing In Wisdom And Stature And In Favor With God And Humanity: Holistic Christian Mentoring With A Small Group Component, David Paul Koppel

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Preaching Doctrine In A Postmodern World, C. Mark Gooden May 2003

Preaching Doctrine In A Postmodern World, C. Mark Gooden

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Patience And/Or Politics: Augustine And The Crisis At Calama, 408-409, Peter Iver Kaufman Feb 2003

Patience And/Or Politics: Augustine And The Crisis At Calama, 408-409, Peter Iver Kaufman

Jepson School of Leadership Studies articles, book chapters and other publications

Few scholars would quarrel with Ernst Dassman's observation that early Christian "reserve" toward the political cultures of antiquity--a mixture of difference and indifference, which only occasionally gave way to hostility--turned Christians' outcast status into something of a virtue.Still fewer are likely to dispute the assertion that influential fourth-century Christians unreservedly welcomed the changes that came with Constantine and anticipated the "Christianization" of imperial, if not also local, politics. But evaluations of Augustine's enthusiasm later that century and early the next never fail now to elicit disagreement