Reviews of four business-related books by Maine authors. In "Moral Courage," pu
Reviews of four business-related books by Maine authors. In "Moral Courage," published by William Morrow, ethicist Rush Kidder argues that in an age of corporate scandals, companies should look to hire and promote people who demonstrate moral courage. Kidder is the founder of the Institute for Global Ethics in Camden and London. With additional reviews of: "Changing Members: The Maine Legislature in the Era of Term Limits," by Richard Powell, Kenneth Palmer and Matthew Moen and published by Lexington Books; "Core Themes: Discover Your Own Unique Roadmap to Greater Career Satisfaction," a self-published e-book by Ray Inglesi; and "Budget! It's Not a Four-Letter Word," written by Leslie Linfield and published by FLA Publishing.
Books, Inglesi, Ray, Kidder, Rushworth M, Linfield, Leslie, Moen, Matthew C, Palmer, Kenneth T, Powell, Richard J
Hardcastle, Nate, "Reviews of four business-related books by Maine authors. In "Moral Courage," pu" (2005). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 3044.
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