ulie Meeks, Richard Bellingham “The Manager's Pocket Guide to Spiritual Leadership"
HRD Press | 2001-01 | ISBN: 0874256178 | 144 pages | PDF | 1,1 MB
The quality of life in organizations is deteriorating. People don't have a sense that their work has meaning. Cynicism reigns. People don't want to live and work in this way and organizations don't function optimally when they do.
As we transition from the Age of Information to the Age of Ideation, leadership will need to attend to our source of enthusiasm and inspiration' our soul. The Age of Information focuses on knowledge and technology. The Age of Ideation will focus on people, culture, and generating new sources of gain. Leadership style that suited the information age will not work for the Ideation Age. A new style of leadership is required, one that makes collaboration, empowerment, and innovation possible.
This guide provides methods for engaging in the transformational process. It contains practical ways to measure healthy communities, healthy people, and quality of work life, and is also grounded in reality. The authors have spent more than 25 years, in hundreds of organizations, seeking out and developing spiritual leaders.
In The Ultimate Search for Meaning Victor Frankl observed that, "Meaning is seeing possibilities against the backdrop of reality." This guide will stimulate the reader to find new possibilities against the backdrop of their own reality.
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