Cowboy Ethics: What Wall Street Can Learn From The Code Of The West by James P. Owen 2005-04-01

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Cowboy Ethics: What Wall Street Can Learn From The Code Of The West

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Stoecklein Publishing #ad - The book is beautifully illustrated with David Stoecklein's western photography Photography by David R. Veteran financier James P. Stoecklein. Owen shares his new perspective on Wall Street and how the Code of the West can and should be applied to business practices and the corporate world.

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Cowboy Values: Recapturing What America Once Stood For

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Lyons Press #ad - Photography by David R. It's as if "what's in it for me?" were our national motto. No wonder so many of us feel a deep yearning for a simpler time when civility was the norm and a handshake could seal any deal. But here's what we can do: Look to the bedrock values all Americans share. Stoecklein. For a definition of those shared values, we need to look no further than the Cowboy Way.

We can't turn back the clock or legislate our way out of society's malaise. We're upset by greedy corporate executives, who line their own pockets at others' expense; we're disgusted by gutless politicians, who pander to special interest groups; and we're appalled by a culture that glorifies materialism and self-gratification.

Cowboy Values: Recapturing What America Once Stood For #ad - Americans are known for being optimists, but it doesn't take a cynic to see that our country is seriously off-track. Living by a code that centers on principles like honesty, and courage, loyalty, the working cowboy is an enduring American hero--one providing just the kind of inspiration our country needs to find unity and hope in these troubled times.

Owen uses the language of the cowboy to deliver a nonreligious, nonpartisan message about qualities and values that people are yearning to incorporate into their everyday lives. With this inspiring book, filled with evocative cowboy imagery, James P.

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Cowboy Ethics: What It Takes to Win at Life

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Skyhorse #ad - Stoecklein. Frustrated by an epidemic of misbehavior, corporate management teams are going back to the idea that personal character and individual responsibility are the ultimate keys to integrity business—just as they were back in the days of the Open Range. When first published, Cowboy Ethics inspired businesspeople to look to the Code of the West.

They show us what it means to stand for something, and to strive every day to make your actions line up with your beliefs. Owen. This updated anniversary hardcover edition traces the evolution of this grassroots business movement in brand-new chapters while preserving the inspirational lessons and stunning photography of the original.

Cowboy Ethics: What It Takes to Win at Life #ad - A new introduction traces the rise of the Cowboy Ethics movement, while a new epilogue discusses how to live by the code. And isn’t that as good a definition of integrity as you can find?”In the years since, the book’s first publication “Ten Principles to Live By” have been embraced by scores of companies, universities, and even a state government.

Photography by David R. Once they did, rules, common-sense principles can be more effective guides to business leadership than a truckload of corporate mission statements, they discovered that its simple, and ethics manuals. Cowboys are role models because they live by a code, ” says author James P. It’s ideal for corporate gifts, business students, the new graduate, or any career person who cares about doing the right thing.

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