The Rule of Benedict (by St. Benedict) has been governing monasteries for 1500 years, but the insights into how humans live and interact with each other remains as relevant today as it was when it was written. With clear examples of how the leader of the monastery should act, it translates directly to those in leadership positions today. From daily routines to dealing with troublesome community members, this is not your average management book.
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Contributor: Jack Dwyer
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Well that’s less than typical.
The thing about this book is that it’s not filled with dumbass management corporate speak.
I literally read this on the plane from SFO to LAX. I’m not sure why. But it feels like the right thing to have done.