Billions of dollars are spent on leadership development and training globally – America alone spends 14 billion annually – but organizations have little to show for it; stories of leadership crises and failures dominate media coverage; outstanding leadership stories are rare.
What’s missing is an inner awakening, the cultivation of the single most important asset of leaders – their souls – because leadership roles seldom come with scripts and playbooks.
1. Understanding the Role of Leaders and the Nature of Leadership
2. Soulful Leadership: Triggering an Inner Awakening
3. Enabling Factors Intrinsic to the Leader: Personality (ego, self-reliance), Mind (depth, vision), Action (risk, perseverance)
4. Expected Behaviors Beyond the Leader: Employees, Customers, Communities, Planet
5. Implementing Soulful Leadership: The Sacrifice Framework
Billions of dollars are spent globally and in America on leadership training and development - yet stories of leadership crises and failures dominate media coverage.
What's missing is an inner awakening, the cultivation of the single most important asset of leaders - their souls. Unfortunately, traditional leadership training can't trigger this inner awakening.