Although this is a somewhat interesting listen, I take two exceptions to this book. Firstly, it is hardly about business ethics at all, but actually about devout christians who "honour the lord" through their work. The second part, is that the interview subjects are not leaders at all, but are people that I have never heard of. Some of the interview subjects aren't even winners - they are people who are ex-bankrupts and convicted felons.
What I did see as a recurring theme is that the interview subjects came from a a very small geographic area, and all speak about their love of god. This should really be in the religion section with an appropriate title!
If you really want to hear and learn about Business Ethics, try Fred Kofmans e-book - also available on audible. Its 50 times better value, both in cost and educational value.
Religous studeis not ethics
This book does not cover business ethics.
Within the first few words the truth is revealed - this is a book about people who chose to live the way Jesus taught.
- Lisa V
not abut ethics, more about religion.
Would you try another book from Ken Blanchard and/or Ken Blanchard?
What was most disappointing about Ken Blanchard’s story?
It wasn't Ken's story.
How could the performance have been better?
talk about business ethics not religion.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
I'd like my money back on this one