The Zen Leader does not encourage you to just "be peaceful." Neither does it suggest you work harder, faster, or ignore the pressure. Quite the opposite: it's about using the pressure to propel "flips" in consciousness that create transformational leaders, leaders who create the future with joy and enthusiasm, rather than drive themselves and their people to exhaustion.
©2012 Ginny Whitelaw (P)2013 Career Press, Inc
"The Zen Leader is an important and very helpful book in the science and art of leadership. Based on everything from Zen to Integral Philosophy, it outlines 10 fundamental 'shifts' or 'flips' that can move you from small mind to Big Mind, bringing an expanding capacity of leadership with each one. Give it a try and see for yourself!" (Ken Wilber, author of The Integral Vision)
"A terrific contribution filled with original insights and solutions." (Jim Loehr, New York Times best-selling coauthor of The Power of Full Engagement)
"As most leaders know, the best answers are often found in how one frames the question. In this remarkable book, Dr. Ginny Whitelaw sharpens the reader's abilities to reframe everything. Offering a genuinely innovative amalgamation of Eastern thought and the world of work, Dr. Whitelaw provides the reader grounding in practical leadership application, just as she introduces the next stretching insight. This book is a gift that keeps on giving." (Ed Bernard, vice chairman, T. Rowe Price Group)
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