Corporate Faith: How to Survive Corporate America and Still Be a Good, Faith-Based, and Moral Person (Paperback)
Have you ever felt spiritually and morally drained after a day at the office? Have you wondered how you're going to maintain your honest and moral values after continuing to be exposed to a competitive, cutthroat, aggressive corporate environment? Dr. Christina Fleming certainly does.
In Corporate Faith, a personal, spiritually-focused, and somewhat humorous memoir and guidebook, Fleming discusses some of the challenges she's faced throughout her career as a student and as a corporate professional. Fleming provides tips and tricks for preserving character and values while being chronically inundated by negative and undesirable business situations.
Fleming chronicles her life growing up Catholic and traveling the long road of education before entering the corporate world, a world often filled with less-than-optimal business encounters. She shares important bits of advice and wisdom that can help others be true to themselves and centered on their faith and on what's important in life-friends, family, and God.
About the Author
Christina Fleming, Ph.D. is a clinical pharmacologist with more than thirty years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. She earned a bachelor's degree from St. Mary's College of Notre Dame and her doctorate from University of Illinois at Chicago. Fleming was raised in the Midwest and currently lives in Northern Illinois with her husband and son.