I first heard of the author from an article in Leader to Leader magazine when I was in business school. At first the title of 'Love Leadership' admittedly seemed a bit too pie in the sky, but when I read excerpts from his book I knew that what he was explaining was not only all true, absolutely necessary for our long-term success as a society.
We can deny all we want about what we really want and need in our lives, but this author 'says it plain': we need to give and receive love. He explains using interviews with business leaders and public service leaders the five principles of love leadership.
He is suggesting throughout that if anyone applies these principles then they will experience a life of meaning, love and wealth.