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Learn how you can harness your inner spirit to help yourself and those around you approach work with a renewed sense of purpose and satisfaction. In this book, Moxley shows how spirit can spawn a more vital and vibrant kind of leadership-one that, in turn, promotes the creativity, vitality, and well-being of others. Here, Moxley examines various leadership practices: those Learn how you can harness your inner spirit to help yourself and those around you approach work with a renewed sense of purpose and satisfaction. In this book, Moxley shows how spirit can spawn a more vital and vibrant kind of leadership-one that, in turn, promotes the creativity, vitality, and well-being of others. Here, Moxley examines various leadership practices: those that elevate people's spirits and those that cause the spirit to wither and wane. He offers specific suggestions on what each of us can do to reach a new level of awareness regarding leadership. And he demonstrates how a spirited leadership that values rituals, celebrations, and employee input creates a totally engaged workforce; one that brings the whole person-mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual-to work.


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Learn how you can harness your inner spirit to help yourself and those around you approach work with a renewed sense of purpose and satisfaction. In this book, Moxley shows how spirit can spawn a more vital and vibrant kind of leadership-one that, in turn, promotes the creativity, vitality, and well-being of others. Here, Moxley examines various leadership practices: those Learn how you can harness your inner spirit to help yourself and those around you approach work with a renewed sense of purpose and satisfaction. In this book, Moxley shows how spirit can spawn a more vital and vibrant kind of leadership-one that, in turn, promotes the creativity, vitality, and well-being of others. Here, Moxley examines various leadership practices: those that elevate people's spirits and those that cause the spirit to wither and wane. He offers specific suggestions on what each of us can do to reach a new level of awareness regarding leadership. And he demonstrates how a spirited leadership that values rituals, celebrations, and employee input creates a totally engaged workforce; one that brings the whole person-mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual-to work.

30 review for Leadership and Spirit: Breathing New Vitality and Energy Into Individuals and Organizations

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa Foll

    Excellent book on the connections between leadership and spirit -- which is to say all human beings possess physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual energy. Too often organizations have relied solely on the physical (skilled labor) energies of their workers or only on their intellectual (mental) contributions. Moxley demonstrates that an organization that engages all four aspects of a person is a spirited organization. This book was written right at the turn of the century and millennium (1999 Excellent book on the connections between leadership and spirit -- which is to say all human beings possess physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual energy. Too often organizations have relied solely on the physical (skilled labor) energies of their workers or only on their intellectual (mental) contributions. Moxley demonstrates that an organization that engages all four aspects of a person is a spirited organization. This book was written right at the turn of the century and millennium (1999/2000) and so many of the shifts Moxley was speaking about (need for partnership and collaboration over top down leadership) have certainly taken place. I'm happy to see how far the workplace has come in bringing all of one's self, one's full humanity to work, even if there is still plenty of room for growth. Quick read; great introduction to the topic.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Flossie O'Leary

    If I had read this when it came out I would have given it a 5 as it was ahead of its time. I’m grateful that we’ve accepted, applied and grown familiar in the last 2 decades w what was shared. Still a lot of fine perspectives

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stephen

    READ AUG 2017 This is a good resource for leaders looking for balance between a rational and more symbolic or spiritual approach to leading teams and organizations. Nice companion piece to Boleman and Deal's work, Reframing Organizations. READ AUG 2017 This is a good resource for leaders looking for balance between a rational and more symbolic or spiritual approach to leading teams and organizations. Nice companion piece to Boleman and Deal's work, Reframing Organizations.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Leah Adrian

    I had to read it for grad school. It is kind of hokey, but is uplifting enough and is easy to read. Makes you want to change the way things work in the workplace.

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