The Leadership Dojo is written for emergent business leaders and personal growth seekers alike. It re-defines leadership, then goes about explaining the role of the mind-body-spirit as a unified force in creating leadership presence, true collaboration, high-trust team environments, and visionary results.
Richard Strozzi-Heckler’s approach in this book blends Western and Eastern thought, from Plato to the Bhagavad Gita, in order to create a comprehensive education that teaches the values of exemplary leadership.
Throughout this revolutionary work, a leader will find a new perspective on how to develop their mind and body and reach their highest potential.
Flores develops an in depth look at how we can develop healthy relationship models in the free market. This includes our relationship with ourselves and relationships with others. If you’ve ever wanted to get a deeper look at Ontology, this is a great place to look.
Floresis the master of distinguishing ways to create productive and trusting relationships; the skills that will enable us to build networks of commitments for the sake of producing value for ourselves, for our families, for the organizations in which we participate, for our communities, and for our world as a whole.
George Leonard, one of the architects of the human potential movement, draws upon his expertise in the martial art of aikido to discuss Mastery. This processes and principles he shares allow for an individual to develop a method of their own, finding a deeper level of satisfaction within their lives.
This book holds the potential to improve many aspects of life including the career, the family, and self-value. Through the practice of mastery, a student can obtain a harmonious balance between the many different aspects of the self, creating a fulfilled and actualized leader.
Waitzkin divulges his knowledge and mastery in martial arts, the inner workings of the mind, and in developing a reinvented self. Through understanding and application of these major concepts, anyone can reveal a world of strength they may not have even known existed.
During a time of war, humans face many ethical questions, each of which is emotionally-charged and critical to the battle front. In this insightful and ground breaking novel, the author is asked to teach Eastern awareness disciplines ranging from aikido to meditation to a group of twenty-five Green Berets.
Strozzi-Heckler chronicles the processes needed to create a more moral military and an enhanced soldier. In this sympathetic and personal novel, one may find many secrets to unlocking a more purposeful self, just as the soldiers did under Strozzi-Heckler’s training.
In Hamill’s thought provoking writing, the world of leadership is cracked open, and the author redefines many of the perceptions society has locked leadership into. By breaking open these locks, Hamill creates a new process, full of “deep practice” and self-cultivation.
Cultivating a blend of neuroscience, psychology, and ancient philosophy, Hamill forges a path for everyone to become an inspiring leader.