Integrity every day: "faith, promises
and relationships" - May - June, 2005
James F. Bracher, architect for the renewal
of integrity-centered leadership, founder of the Bracher
Center for Integrity in Leadership, broadcasts three
sermons on the global radio network of "Day 1" and
the Episcopal Media Center.
The Reverend Mr. James F. Bracher, Founder of the Bracher
Center for Integrity in Leadership and Chairman of Dimension
Five Consultants will be the featured speaker Sunday,
May 29, June 5 and June 12 on "Day 1," the
award-winning inspirational radio program. "Day
1" is broadcast on 160 stations nationwide, globally
on the American Forces Network, Sirius Satellite Network
and online at www.day1.net.
Jim Bracher's sermons for the "Day
are titled "Faith for all Seasons" (May
29, 2005), "Fulfilling Promises" (June 5,
2005) and "God Knows You" (June 12, 2005). The
interviews were conducted by Mr. Peter Wallace, executive
producer, "Day 1."
Formerly known as "The Protestant Hour," "Day
1" is celebrating 60 years of weekly broadcasts. It
has won numerous awards, including the George Foster
Peabody Award and the 2003 Crystal Award for Excellence
in inspirational radio. It is produced by Canon
Louis "Skip" Charles Schueddig of the Episcopal
Media Center in association with the Cooperative Baptist
Fellowship, the Episcopal Church, the United Methodist
Church, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the Evangelical
Lutheran Church in America and the United Church of Christ.
Jim Bracher created the Bracher Center for Integrity
in Leadership in 2002, as an extension of his 33 years
advising individuals and organizations. Those who have
sought Jim's counsel include entrepreneurs, corporate
executives, and individuals addressing succession concerns. Jim's
leadership development firm Dimension Five Consultants,
Inc., of which he is Founder and Chairman, is located
in Monterey, California, and was established in 1980.
Prior to Dimension Five, Jim, an ordained clergyman,
served ten years as a chaplain, associate minister, and
senior pastor. His assignments were Saint Louis
Country Day School in Ladue, Missouri; Second Congregational
Church in Greenwich, Connecticut; First Congregational
Church in Terre Haute, Indiana; and Community Church
of the Monterey Peninsula in Carmel, California.
The motivation for the Bracher
Center grew from suggestions
of clients. They realized that Dimension Five was
collecting data concerning effective and integrity-centered
leadership that would enable leaders to gain insight
into their own operational effectiveness as well as that
of their organizations. Jim also saw a need for
a Resources section on the
website focused on learning, study, and knowledge concerning
the role of integrity in effective leadership. The
Bracher Center shares insights that have been gained
by Dimension Five in consultation with 8,000 leaders.
Jim's education includes a Bachelor of Arts, Elmhurst
College; and a Master of Divinity, Eden Theological Seminary. He
has continued his education at Whittier College, The
American School, Jerusalem, Israel, Oxford University
and the Hudson Institute.
His work has been featured on network television, in
national newspapers and business journals. He is
the originator of the "Talking with Leaders" symposia. Jim
writes a weekly newspaper column, Integrity
Matters, and he is published
in both English and Spanish. Jim is also co-author of
the book Integrity
Daniel E. Halloran.
Jim's professional experience includes advisory councils
and boards of directors. Along with his own counselors
and faculty at the Bracher Center, he restores integrity
Two ways secure additional information about the "architect
for the renewal of integrity-centered leadership" Jim
Bracher and his productivity-enhancing consulting services
which improve leadership effectiveness: firstname.lastname@example.org .
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