Leadership Secrets of the Salvation Army [Audio] by Robert Watson

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Business guru Peter Drucker referred to the Salvation Army as ''The most effective organization in the U.S.'' The Salvation Army has long been revered for it's passionate adherence to it's mission and purpose of delivering humanitarian and spiritual aid to anyone, no matter who they are. In this important book, former commissioner of the Salvation Army in the U.S. Robert Watson outlines those principles that not only guide that organization, but also can apply to companies, ministries and organizations anywhere.

The Five Principles that are layed out in Leadership Secrets of the Salvation Army are:

1. Clarity of Mission
2. Ability to Innovate
3. Measurable Results
4. Dedication
5. Putting Money to Maximum Use


About Robert Watson

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Robert A. Watson has served as a commissioned officer in The Salvation Army for forty-four years, four of them as National Commander, the highest-ranking officer in the United States. In his role as national commander, Commissioner Watson oversaw a vast non-profit operation reaching into every community in the country, generating over $2billion in revenues and involving some 3.2 million officers, employees and volunteers. Commissioner Watson has served on over twenty national and international boards, including the Vice President's Coalition on Welfare to Work. He has represented The Salvation Army in sessions before Congress, at the White House and with other world leaders in the business and the non-profit community. Ben Brown, a veteran reporter and editor for more than two decades, was a founding staff member of USA Today and founding executive editor of Time, Inc's. Coastal Living magazine. This is his third book.
Published February 1, 2013 by Mission Books. 175 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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Here Watson, who held the position of the Salvation Army's National Leader for the United States from 1995 to 2001, updates his 2001 work about the charity, originally published as The Most Effective Organization in the U.S. He presents the guiding principles of the Salvation Army and explains ho...

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