In "Reclaiming Higher Ground", Lance Secretan, one of today's most sought-after speakers on corporate survival, presents a provocative prescription for change that puts heart and soul back into the workplace without sacrificing business values, productivity, or profit. 10 illustrations.
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Lance Secretan is not your conventional business consultant. A member of MENSA, he built a $100 million company from scratch by age 40 and then retired to work with other executives worldwide, conduct seminars, and write books about the route he believes will lead to real success. Reclaiming Higher Ground: Creating Organizations That Inspire the Soul--which pictures Secretan on the cover smiling broadly in dark suit, dark turtleneck, shaved head, and bare feet--is his manifesto for those seeking an alternative to the traditional corporate way of life. Secretan's ideas, combined with supportive examples from today's business world, are truly thought provoking.From the Back Cover:
We are precariously poised at a moment of great danger and great hope. Reclaiming Higher Ground is a book about hope. "Lance Secretan applies principles of higher consciousness to the business world. He is a "corporate missionary" who not only convinces us of the need to bring soul in to the workplace, but shows us how to do it. This book is extremely valuable."-Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love. "Reclaiming Higher Ground is a must read. There is nothing more important today than creating organizations that inspire the soul. We have to get back in touch with who we are."-Ken Blanchard, co-author of The One-Minute Manager. "An elixir for jaded executives and organizations recovering from reengineering, restructuring, and right-sizing. Secretan summons managers to Higher Purposes... "-Hazel Henderson, author of Building a Win-Win World. "Finally, a clear, compelling voice arguing that employees are not liabilities but instead are an organization's greatest asset."-author of The Wealthy Barber.
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