4 edition of Zen leadership found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 198-200) and index.
|LC Classifications||HD62.15 .U94 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||93114498|
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Leadership is lifting a person's vision to high sights, the raising of a person's performance to a higher standard, the building of a personality beyond its normal limitations. —Peter Drucker Dr. Ginny Whitelaw is both a leadership expert and roshi (Zen master) in the Chozen-ji line of Rinzai Zen. She is the author of The Zen Leader, and founder of the Institute for Zen Leadership. She is also the President of Focus Leadership, and has taught and coached in global leadership .
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"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/5(28).
Great tips for the modern leader. The zen wisdom of the 8th - 10th centuries is beautifully taught. Through the ancient teachings, an appraisal method of today's leaders is developed. If the reader stays with it and reads the whole book the true zen of leadership is disclosed/5(14).
“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!”. Less a book about/out of Zen than a compilation of aphorisms and teaching stories for leaders, especially the abbots of Zen monasteries.
The sayings date to the Song dynasty (10thth centuries CE), which were perceived by those living then as a decline from Zen 4/5.
Ginny Whitelaw talks to Ken Wilber about her new book, The Zen Leader, offering an exceptionally simple guide to help maximize your health, happiness, and productivity.
The benefits of integral leadership extend far beyond your professional life, and have as much impact in your living room (and even your bedroom) as they do in the boardroom. Zen leadership is a term that gets thrown around as a “new age” leadership philosophy.
It sounds cool and cutting edge; however, the real principles of Zen leadership are deeply rooted in balance, mindfulness and a deep understanding of one’s self.
Zen and the Art of Winning: Phil Jackson’s Team Leadership. Phil Jackson won 11 NBA Championship rings as a coach—6 with the Chicago Bulls and 5 with the LA Lakers.
He’s the most winningest, successful coach not only in NBA history, but in the history of professional sports the world over. A maestro of managing egos, Jackson got people like Kobe Bryant, Shaq, Scottie Pippen.
The most important aspect of zen leadership is self-awareness. When people fail to recognize and be open about the things that cause stress. Reading is a critical skill, especially for would-be leaders. Become a better, more informed leader by devouring these inspiring, 15 best leadership : Joe Vennare.
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This is a great book for experienced leaders who have at least an initial understanding of Zen ideas. It would not be a good introduction to Zen for leaders. It focuses on how to apply foundational Zen principles to leadership/5. Effective leadership is about the duality of Master and Servant – a Zen-like philosophy.
The concepts of leading without leading, flowing among leadership styles, and understanding the role of leader as both Master and Servant are essential to effective leadership and to eliciting excellence.
Over the last three decades I have discovered the power of lean and Zen, and have found how the concepts are remarkably complementary to one another. This book describes, with short summaries, how the concepts can be used to simplify personal and professional leadership, thereby reducing chaos and stress while improving effectiveness and balance.
Zen Leadership, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 96 likes. Welcome to Zen Leadership's Facebook page. This page is a forum to share ideas, stories and research to help us along our journey of self Followers: He is known for his engaging, experiential presentations that integrate mindfulness and emotional intelligence practices and training.
He is the author of 4 books, including Seven Practices of a Mindful Leader: Lessons from Google and a Zen Monastery Kitchen, and CEO of ZBA Associates, an executive development and leadership consulting company. Zen and Budo, written in by Omori Sogen Rotaishi, is one of the core texts for priests and lay practitioners at our dojo.
The short text of 23 pages challenges us 5/5. Ginny Whitelaw (). The Zen Leader: 10 Ways to go From Barely Managing to Leading n Plains, NJ: Career Press.
Ginny Whitelaw is a leadership expert and roshi (Zen master). She is the author of The Zen Leader and founder of the Institute for Zen Leadership.
She has taught and coached in global leadership programs for nearly 20 years. Zen and the Art of Teaching Leadership (Workshop presented at 2 nd International Leadership Conference, a nonfiction bestseller in Asia because it was seen not as a business book but as a book Author: John Richford.
I wish you could know Ginny - a former NASA biophysicist, Aikido black belt, Zen priest and superb executive coach and facilitator. The most no-nonsense and most productive colleague I’ve met in ages, she has articulated in her Zen Leadership book ten “flips” of consciousness that take the labor out of coaching by redirecting leaders’ energy and attention.
Zen and the Art of Student Affairs Leadership The fundamental premise of Zen is a deep understanding of oneself and how it aligns with the world around you. Contrary to some assumptions, it is more of an attitude or a philosophy than a belief or a doctrine. By tuning in to our true. Prior to Zendesk, Marc held senior leadership positions in investment banking and equity research at Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Salomon Brothers and Cowen and Company.
As an Institutional Investor ranked analyst, Marc built a track record with investors and companies in industry thought leadership. In Zen Lessons The Art of Leadership, a range of Zen masters comment on sundry slippages from the Noble Eightfold Path.
Start reading this book anywhere and you'll find a trenchant homily, relevant to contemporary practice, or an earthy, dishy slice of life.5/5(4).This book on Zen and leadership covers numerous topics. Some of these include the following: Englightened virtue, study and learning, great and small evil, honesty, modesty, rules, worry and trouble, work and the way, safety and danger, three essentials of leadership, leadership and the community, mastering mind, mistrust, Chan adepts, knowing Reviews: