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Spiritual Performance & Chaplaincy: Recommended Course Readings


Arneal, L. (n.d.). How to turn your group into a team. Nonprofit Hub Magazine. Retrieved from


Barnes, C.M., & Doty, J. (2010). What does contemporary science say about ethical leadership?. Military Review, 90-94. Retrieved from


Bush, K.W. (2014). Moral leadership in a post-everything culture. The Chaplain Corps Journal. Retrieved from


Coutu, D., Kauffman, C., Charan, R., Peterson, D. B., Maccoby, M., Scoular, P. A., & Grant, A. M. (2009). What can coaches do for you?. Harvard Business Review, 87(1), 91-97.

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Goleman, D. (2004). What makes a leader?. Harvard Business Review, 82(1), 82-91.

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Green, E. (2016). Even the government’s smartest lawyers can’t figure out religious liberty. The Atlantic. Retrieved from


Inclusive America Project,, & Aspen Institute. (2013). Principled pluralism: Report of the Inclusive America Project. Retrieved from


Rath, T, & Conchie, B .(2009). What strong teams have in common. Gallup Management Journal. 

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Rigoni, B., & Asplund, J. (2016). Coaches: essential to building strengths-based companies. Gallup Business Journal, 1.

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Sears, D. (2017). Building resiliency: How special operators and their families are bouncing back. Military Officers Association of America. Retrieved from


VanVactor, J. D. (2007). Risk mitigation through a composite risk management process: The U.S. Army risk assessment. Organization Development Journal, 25(2),133-138.

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