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Mastering the Management Buckets Workbook: Management Tools, Templates, and Tips From John Pearson Paperback – September 19, 2017
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John Pearson, a management and board governance consultant, served 30 years as a nonprofit CEO, including 25 years as CEO of three national associations: Christian Management Association (now Christian Leadership Alliance), Willow Creek Association, and Christian Camp and Conference Association. John is the author of "Mastering the Management Buckets: 20 Critical Competencies for Leading Your Business or Nonprofit," and is the co-author of "Marketing Your Ministry: Ten Critical Principles," with Dr. Robert Hisrich. His next book, “Lessons from the Nonprofit Boardroom" with Dan Busby, president of ECFA, will be published in 2017. John is also the editor and publisher of "Your Weekly Staff Meeting," a complimentary eNewsletter that includes a book review and a "management buckets" commentary every issue. John has reviewed more than 400 leadership and management books since 2007 and his articles have also appeared in numerous magazines and journals over the years. His consulting firm, John Pearson Associates, Inc., is based in San Clemente, Calif.
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PLEASE NOTE: I've never written this nice of a review before. Maybe it's that special pour-over coffee I tried today. Or maybe, it's just that I've tried John's stuff for years and found it to be extremely effective. I may sound a little hyped up, but it's for good reason. John's advice works.