The Ethics of Executive Pay: A Christian Viewpoint
Written by Richard Higginson and David Clough, this study highlights how themes of justice, accountability and proportionality actually have a direct bearing on the issue. It proposes some clear criteria by which differentials might be evaluated.
Available from Amazon and Grove Books.
The Great Divide
Mark Greene’s latest publication about the sacred secular divide which is limiting our potential impact wherever God has placed us. Order from the LICC website and find out what you need to do and where you can get help!
The Church on Capitalism
“The Church on Capitalism: Theology and the Market” by Eve Poole, one of CABE’s trustees and Deputy Director at Ashridge
Eve has just obtained her PhD in capitalism and theology at Cambridge University in 2010.
Transforming Capitalism: Entrepreneurship and the Renewal of Thrift
Peter Heslam has just publised his new Grove Booklet in the Ethics series “Transforming Capitalism: Entrepreneurship and the Renewal of Thrift” which clearly lays out a biblical framework for a new and much needed economic culture. ‘Healthy economies require entrepreneurship and investment. This booklet presents a cogent and lively argument that thrift provides both with a powerful stimulus.’ Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, former Chairman of Royal Dutch Shell and Anglo-American
Effective Christian Leaders in the Global Workplace
“Effective Christian Leaders in the Global Workplace” by Peter Shaw. Do we as Christians rise to the challenge of making a difference and does our faith ought to act as an ‘active, palpable agent’ in the world of work? The book takes us through four R’s: rooted (values, beliefs), radical (living through change), reflective (listen, learn, keep nourished), renewed (thinking ahead)…
The Best Idea in the World: How Putting Relationships First Transforms Everything
“The Best Ideas in the World” by Mark Greene, Executive Director of LICC. “…very readable, whilst being thought-provoking. I loved the relevance to modern society and daily life (and the humour alongside that)! Speaks honestly and accurately about the heart of Christianity and God’s message of love for the world…”
Good Value: Reflections on Money, Morality and an Uncertain World
Good Value: Reflections on Money, Morality and an Uncertain World by Stephen Green, Chairman HSBC.
Read the Wall Street Journal review
“Deciding Well: A Christian Perspective on Making Decisions as a Leader” by Peter Shaw.
Tough leadership decisions come in many shapes and sizes – strategic direction, resourcing, priorities, communications, the management of staff. Christian faith does not protect us from hard decisions or allow us just to dump them on God. To the contrary, God gave us brains to reason with, emotions to help us understand, and an awareness of the needs of individuals.
Get a Life!
Get a Life – by Paul Valler (former Finance and HR Director of Hewlett Packard). “This heartfelt, wise and vigorous book has the potential to help its readers do exactly what it says on the cover. May it be so for you” (Mark Greene, Executive Director LICC). [Download not found].
God at Work!
God at Work – by Ken Costa (Vice Chairman of UBS). “This book could transform the way you work” (Lord Griffiths of Fforestfach, Vice Chairman Goldman Sachs), “practical and life changing steps to live out your faith at work” (Rick Warren, Pastor and Author, The Purpose Driven Life). [Download not found].Buy here.
The Profit of Values
– Uniapac’s latest publication on A Christian Vision of Corporate Social Responsibility. To order your copy email Jackie Nelson.
The Four V’s of Leadership
The Four Vs of Leadership – Peter Shaw [Download not found].
Making Difficult Decisions
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