Additional Books by Hamilton Beazley
Beazley, Hamilton (2005). Client Recovery Workbook. A workbook for clients of drug
courts who are mandated by the courts to get into recovery from alcoholism and drug
addiction. Center City, Minnesota: Hazelden Educational Materials.
Beazley, Hamilton, Larry C. Spears, and Julie Beggs, eds. (2003). The Servant-Leader
Within: A Transformative Path. A re-issuance of Robert K. Greenleaf’s book, Teacher
as Servant, and his essays, “Servant as Leader” and “Life’s Choices and Markers” in
one edition, edited, and with commentaries. Mahwah, New Jersey: Paulist Press.
Beazley, Hamilton, Jeremiah Boenisch and David Harden (September, 2002). Continuity
Management: Preserving Corporate Knowledge and Productivity When Employees
Leave. A program for preserving knowledge continuity between employee generations
in the face of impending baby-boomer retirements and high job turnover. New York:
John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 269 pages.
Payne, Claude E. and Hamilton Beazley (2000), Reclaiming the Great Commission: A
Practical Model for Transforming Denominations and Congregations, a case study of
organizational transformation under a visionary leader, the Episcopal Bishop of Texas.
San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, Inc., 251 pages.
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