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Executive Influence is full of sound advice on "taking your faith to work" from over forty Christian businesspeople. These well-respected executives and professionals talk candidly about the challenges of using their positions of influence while not abusing their authority. Their personal stories and practical suggestions will help all believers become more effective witnesses at work. Most Christians are called to the marketplace as their sphere of service. Even in Jesus' day, only a few disciples were told to give up their jobs and make their living from the gospel. The vast majority of believers, then and now, are to dispense salt and light in daily doses while earning a living in the work-a-day world. It's hard for pastors to tell businesspeople how to express their faith at work. Those who are called to the same vocations are better suited to this task. In Executive Influence, fifteen high-profile executives reveal how they are sharing their faith without abusing their management or leadership positions. Book jacket.
From more than 40 business professionals comes advice on how to take the Christian faith into the marketplace. These well-respected executives and professionals talk candidly about the challenges of using their positions of influence while not abusing their authority.
Crane studied at the University of Vienna and received his B.S. in finance summa cum laude from Boston College and his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. In 1992 he bought COMPS InfoSystems, Inc., a commercial real estate information company.
Mike Hamel is a former pastor who served churches in Colorado, Oregon, and Illinois, for more than fifteen years. Mike has authored several books, and his articles appear in Life@Work, First Priority, and Focus on the Family. The saga of Matterhorn the Brave and his friends originated as bedtime stories Mike shared with his four children who are now fully grown. Along with his wife, Susan, he lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.