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37 review for Awake Ethics: A System for Aligning Your Actions with Your Core Intentions

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bill G

    Awake Ethics is an ideal handbook on its own for any type of leader and work environment. Through my years with the government and private industry as an engineering team member, project and program manager, executive and successful startup founder, I never encountered training programs or even structured discussions about ethics. Usually ethics becomes an issue in a reactive sense, when problems happen. The book provides a way to put the horse before the cart - to properly create an ethical tho Awake Ethics is an ideal handbook on its own for any type of leader and work environment. Through my years with the government and private industry as an engineering team member, project and program manager, executive and successful startup founder, I never encountered training programs or even structured discussions about ethics. Usually ethics becomes an issue in a reactive sense, when problems happen. The book provides a way to put the horse before the cart - to properly create an ethical thought process when competing for customers and funding, performing technical work, adhering to cost controls and profitability, and in dealing with co-workers and team members. Awake Ethics is a system of ten principals that helps leaders (and, in fact, anyone) cultivate human-centered progress by creating a peaceful environment that values both collaboration and individual success. It is an integrated approach. The first four principals are related to practices of collaboration with others and will probably seem most familiar to most readers. The most interesting are five principals none of us generally think about - practices toward ourselves. The tenth principal relates practice to others, ourselves and the world. For me, Control of Energy (the third principal) strikes home as something any reader will identify with. There is guidance related to controlling behavior, emotions, actions related to others. Proper energy control, thinking about the areas described in the book, will go a long way toward improving any leader’s, team’s or organization’s progress. This guidebook can be the solution for any person or organization to move ahead, rather than to stall because of reasons like lost personnel, lost clients, harsh treatment of employees, slow growth, and low profitability. Leadership can become ineffective if there is a lack of ethics. When you read this book, you realize that great leadership skills can get to the next level with a clear understanding and application of ethics. This book complements and enhances the practices conveyed in Hilary Jane Grosskopf's first book - Awake Leadership. Awake Ethics, like Awake Leadership, is a soft cover book that you can easily carry, read in bite-sized chapters, and keep as a reference for your entire career. You get meaningful guidance without sitting through lectures or seminars. Ultimately, Awake Ethics fills a gap that virtually every student and professional organization currently never addresses directly. A small investment in this easy-to-read book will result in huge dividends of progress. I really appreciate this book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sumit R

    Awake Ethics has been one of the most helpful books in my personal leadership development. The book is centered around how to drive progress while maintaining peace in the workplace. It does this by closing examining the human aspects behind behavior in the workplace and breaking them down into 10 essential principles for ethics. These principles are rooted from the ancient chakra system and neatly apply to interactions in the modern working world as well. This guidebook is unique in that engages Awake Ethics has been one of the most helpful books in my personal leadership development. The book is centered around how to drive progress while maintaining peace in the workplace. It does this by closing examining the human aspects behind behavior in the workplace and breaking them down into 10 essential principles for ethics. These principles are rooted from the ancient chakra system and neatly apply to interactions in the modern working world as well. This guidebook is unique in that engages the reader to identify their behavioral blind spots both through the description of the principles and the exercises included within each section. Identifying the blind spots is a crucial step towards changing behavior for the better. The guidebook provides many prompts and actionable insights for how to adjust behavior such that it aligns closer your personal values and intentions. It is truly a transformational tool to improve both your overall productivity and mental wellness in your work!

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    Michelle Pulignani

    Good insight.

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