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Boundless Leadership provides a complete and systematic roadmap to finding meaning in your work, unleashing your full potential, and inspiring your team with resilience, innovation, compassion, and confidence. Contemplative neuropsychiatrist Joe Loizzo, MD, PhD, and executive advisor Elazar Aslan, MBA, PCC, reveal a new science-based vision of leadership that introduces disciplines of mind, heart, and body to help leaders cultivate clarity, compassion, and fearlessness for themselves and throughout their organization.
Boundless Leadership offers real-world applications to bring ease to leading oneself and others and provides examples from the authors’ experiences with clients, including CEOs of multi-billion-dollar businesses and hyper-growth start-ups, entrepreneurs, managers, and nonprofit leaders trying to balance the complex challenges of work and life in our interdependent age. Each section includes a range of transformational methods grounded in current neuroscience and contemplative practice, as well as practical applications to clarify intentions and decisions, deepen accountability and collaboration, and embody positive impact and purpose. Boundless Leadership also addresses the trend toward remote work and provides advice and guidance to remain productive and joyful when your work environment is in flux.
Whether you’re a CEO, manager, team leader, consultant, coach, social entrepreneur, or community activist, this book offers the tools you need to clarify your vision, lead others with grace and impact, and ignite positive change in the world — giving you a much-needed advantage in today’s fast-paced digital age.
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This is a big disappointment. I couldn’t even get past the 1st chapter. The introduction was painful enough. The authors talk carry on about themselves way too much. There is subtle and not so subtle Bragging. Perhaps there is content somewhere in the book but with so many good books out, I didn’t have the patience to continue. The tone set an annoyance that I could not find the credibility from the start. It’s irritating to have someone boast constantly.
Since it was mentioned on The Big Idea podcast (unbiased) I thought it be something I’d read because The Big Idea podcast is so spot on for what I can use.