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Yoga of Leadership

Author : Linda Lang
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The practical application of ancient wisdom for those who lead in extraordinarily challenging modern times. Tired of the normal prescriptions of do more, be more, do it faster, cheaper, better, smarter? Today's leaders need a break! This book shows leaders a way to be powerful and effective in the midst of it all while retaining (or reclaiming) sanity, serenity, and grounded focus. When times are tough, tough leaders apply the Yoga of Leadership. Access the secret that makes a great leader into an Exceptional Leader. The key is The Yoga of Leadership.* As a leader, do you feel overwhelmed, overcrowded, and overworked?*Wonder why time seems to be speeding up?*Is the speed and pace of the workplace today making you nuts?*Do you ever wonder why you can't relax, even on vacation?*Is this 24-7 plugged-in, turned-on life really all it's cracked up to be?*Didn't work used to be more fun, more challenging, more satisfying? What happened?*Why can't you slow down?§ You are come you still worry?*You are successful ....why can't you enjoy it more?*When you talk and move faster, are you more efficient? More productive?*What does yoga have to do with leadership?In this quick, yet evocative airplane read, we reveal the secrets that combat the distractions of the current speed-addicted, efficiency-crazed culture bred from technology, global competition, and market conditions. All those driven, excitement junkie, edgy, efficient-to-a-fault, multi-tasking, run-run-run executives we know and love have something in common that prevents them from being the exceptional leaders we know they can be... THEY DON'T BREATHE! This book enables leaders to achieve mastery through personal transformation of the internal landscape (i.e., mindset shifts), increased awareness, and making explicit the parallels between yoga principles and exceptional leadership...a primer for the very successful, on the way up, or 'arrived' business Executive.

The Yoga of Leadership

Author : Tarra Mitchell
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National Indie Excellence Award Winner!Big, bold success in the world begins in the private calm of a serene consciousness. Speaking and acting with control and clarity, the best leaders inspire their organizations to thrive. They establish cultures of wellbeing and purpose. This comprehensive guide to health, wellbeing and principled leadership shows you how to clear your mind, engage your team, and find greater satisfaction in your work and life. Tarra Mitchell shares exercises to help individuals and groups create an organizational culture that works for everyone - especially Millennials. Formative moments in her youth, education, and motherhood bring abstract wisdom down to earth. Her keen and touching reflections remind us of our common humanity and fundamentally similar needs. This book's approach has the power to build a generation of great, inspiring leaders, transforming lives, organizational cultures, and even societies. Deep roots in the business and yoga worlds support Tarra's unconventional but pragmatic look at what it means to be a leader, which ultimately reveals how success is intertwined with personal wellbeing. Drawing on the Upanishads, one of the world's oldest written spiritual texts, and her own rich life experience, she takes you through an examination of yourself as you create a plan that will enhance your health, happiness, and capacity to lead through principle. The Yoga of Leadership offers specific tools, techniques, and practices for: -Managing stress and improving concentration.-Refining communication and culture.-Identifying your purpose.You will return to Tarra's words throughout your life as you take on new roles, embrace new challenges, and inspire new constituencies. Current and future leaders, business school students, and anyone seeking inner calm and purpose cannot afford to miss this book.

Corporate Yoga

Author : Shiv Tripathi
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Products, services, technologies, and markets are often rather global now and so are many of our contemporary leadership and sustainability challenges. This book adds to the leadership debate by inspiring leaders, managers, and fellow leadership experts in academia as well as consulting with a new concept. Its authors propose corporate yoga as an effective and innovative idea to fundamentally reframe leadership, anticipate and avoid crises, and handle them differently. Transferring ideas from yogic thinking into the corporate world can generate next?level vision and mission statements. It can alter corporate strategies and governance. Corporate yoga redefines relationships among stakeholder groups, re?energizes organizations, and fosters change towards more sustainable and more humanistic companies and economies.

Bhagavad G t and Leadership

Author : Satinder Dhiman
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This book shows how the Bhagavad Gītā (part of the great Indian epic — the Mahābhārata) can be approached as a powerful tool for change management and as a catalyst for organizational transformation. It presents time-tested leadership strategies drawn from the Bhagavad Gītā that are relevant for today’s leaders. This book focuses on how to harmonize the needs of the individual with the needs of society, and by extension, how to harmonize the needs of employees and the organization. It employs an inside-out leadership development approach based on Self-knowledge and Self-mastery, the two highly important areas for practicing effective Self-leadership. The Gītā is a non-sectarian spiritual text with a universal message for living a life of meaning, purpose, and contribution and for leading from our authentic self. It shows how to manage oneself, as a necessary prelude to leading others. Students and organizational leaders will learn to integrate leadership function more effectively into all aspects at the individual, team, and institutional level.

The Yogi Leader

Author : Leila Naderi
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Leadership with a Twist of Yoga

Author : Shar McBee
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Are you in leadership? An entrepreneur? If you supervise people, this book is for you. Author Shar McBee had never received leadership training when she was suddenly put in charge of managing over 500 people. It was hard. Then a wise mentor taught her a secret that made it easy to get people to say yes. Leadership & yoga principles.

Ethical Leadership

Author : Madhumita Chatterji
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This original contribution to business ethics brings together chapters by leading European and Indian scholars and practitioners. Addressing issues of human values, ethics, spirituality and leadership in business the authors aim to create a dialogue and interchange between Indian and European cultural traditions. Topics include spiritual orientations to business in Hindu, Buddhist and Christian traditions; the effect of spirituality upon contemporary leadership theories; sustainable business models in India and Europe and a comparison between Indian and European philosophies of leadership. In exploring what India and Europe can offer to one another in the development of ethical business leadership, Ethical Leadership aims to demonstrate ways to achieve sustainability, peace and well-being.

Progressing in Leadership and Success

Author : Sadhana Sihgh
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Spirituality and Business

Author : Sharda S. Nandram
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We, Sharda and Margot, feel very honored to be able to write and edit such a book. Our spiritual journey has led to the passion of bringing together and sharing the thoughts we ourselves have come across in our lives by meeting gurus, swamis, like-minded seekers, managers, teachers, entrepreneurs, academics, students, and by reading books and practicing spiritual techniques. We also have gained much spiritual inspiration from the teachings of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother to whom we are grateful. The thoughts presented in this book already exist in the East and West. Integr- ing them into the way we do business, can help us to regain trust and respect in business even in the current economic crisis. We aim to convince others of our deep belief that spiritual practices and a spiritual orientation help make life more enjoyable and makes us better human beings through helping us to live in line with our karma in every context of life, in our roles as employees, entrepreneurs, managers, leaders, mothers, or fathers, etc.

Gurus of Modern Yoga

Author : Mark Singleton
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Within most pre-modern, Indian traditions of yoga, the role of the guru is absolutely central. Indeed, it was often understood that yoga would simply not work without the grace of the guru. The modern period saw the dawn of new, democratic, scientific modes of yoga practice and teaching. While teachings and gurus have always adapted to the times and circumstances, the sheer pace of cultural change ushered in by modernity has led to some unprecedented innovations in the way gurus present themselves and their teachings, and the way they are received by their students. Gurus of Modern Yoga explores the contributions of individual gurus to the formation of the practices and discourses of yoga today. The focus is not limited to India, but also extends to the teachings of yoga gurus in the modern, transnational world, and within the Hindu diaspora. Each section deals with a different aspect of the guru within modern yoga. Included are extensive considerations of the transnational tantric guru; the teachings of modern yoga's best-known guru, T. Krishnamacharya, and those of his principal disciples; the place of technology, business and politics in the work of global yoga gurus; and the role of science and medicine. As a whole, the book represents an extensive and diverse picture of the place of the guru, both past and present, in contemporary yoga practice.

New Yoga Studio Encourages Positive Impact on Community Through Communication and Leadership

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New yoga studio encourages positive impact on community through communication and leadership.

Timeless Leadership

Author : Debashis Chatterjee
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The timeless leadership wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita explained Although it was written well over two thousand years ago, the Bhagavad Gita ("Song of God"), a revered Hindu religious text, contains an immense wealth of ageless wisdom that speaks directly to the needs of today's business leaders. Timeless Leadership takes this unlikely resource and teases out important lessons on 18 aspects of leadership, from commercial vision to motivation, decision-making, and planning. Looking in detail at what the Gita has to say about these and other issues of interest to business professionals, Timeless Leadership focuses on one central point: that once the basic thought process of man is improved, the quality of his actions will improve as well, leading to better results. Uses an ancient religious text to highlight and explain key Western management concepts Explores the leadership ideas in the Bhagavad Gita and helps managers and leaders apply them to modern business life Weaves together the threads of wisdom from the Gita to shed light on issues and challenges for leaders at all levels Covering teachings and ideas that have only got better with time, Timeless Leadership adapts the wisdom of millennia past for today's business leaders.

Women s Leadership in Marginal Religions

Author : Catherine Wessinger
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Women's leadership in Spiritualism and Christian Science / Ann Braude -- The feminism of "Universal Brotherhood," women in the Theosophical Movement / Robert Ellwood and Catherine Wessinger -- Emma Curtis Hopkins, a feminist of the 1880's and mother of new thought / J. Gordon Melton -- Myrtle Fillmore and her daughters, an observation and analysis of the role of women in unity / Dell deChant -- Woman guru, woman roshi, the legitimation of female religious leadership in Hindu and Buddhist groups in America / Catherine Wessinger. -- Part 3. Contemporary women as creators of religion: Ritual validations of clergywomen's authority in the African American Spiritual churches of New Orleans / David C. Estes --. - Twentieth-century women's religion as seen in the feminist spirit.

Paradigms to Shape the Holistic Development of Globally oriented and Innovative Leaders Across Sectors Engaging Pluralist Landscapes in Africa and Beyond

Author : Nithi Yoga Yogeswaran
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Indigenous reflections on African leadership and its development often reiterate the prevalence of incongruent worldviews, paradigms, training approaches and meaning-making methods. Some foreign and local perspectives conversely attribute African leadership challenges to elements in the latter's indigenous culture. In reviews of indigenous literature across varied African regions and sectors, African scholars consistently echo how inherited and diffused foreign leadership paradigms, educational models, curricula and values do not holistically nor broadly equip African leadership in varied sectors to concretely address and reform dynamically changing African realities in an integrated and contextualized manner. Accordingly, the appreciative inquiry approach was engaged within representative leadership training institutions in Africa to mutually evaluate indigenously meaningful leadership and its development whilst concurrently determining outstanding gaps and opportunities across contexts. This inquiry broadly engaged indigenous participants across linguistic, national, vocational, organizational and denominational boundaries. In light of Africa's placement and functions globally, collective African evaluations were subsequently reviewed alongside evaluations of prevalent leadership development paradigms and approaches in a broader global context embodying complementary ethnic insights and experiences from diverse fields and sectors. Converging African evaluations across literature reviews and field research delineated indigenously meaningful leadership paradigms and formational approaches. Simultaneously, broader global and multidisciplinary evaluations of leadership and its development poignantly echoed convergent African evaluations in several respects. These include (amongst others) evaluations concerning ethnocentric paradigms, sacred-secular dichotomies, parochial specializations emphasizing particularities, pluralism, globalization, institutionally-oriented individual-competency approaches, holistic transformation and proactively innovative leadership in dynamically evolving local and global environments. Fusing converging global and interdisciplinary insights with indigenously meaningful evaluations of leadership development, a vision for change encourages alternative mindsets, attitudes, values and processes to shape a renewed learning culture facilitating the holistic development of globally-oriented and innovative leadership across sectors engaging pluralist landscapes in Africa and beyond.

Leadership Infosys

Author : Matt Barney
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‘Powered by intellect, driven by values’—Infosys has been at the forefront of a new India Inc. since 1981. Leadership @ Infosys is the first book to codify Infosys’s unique history, values and leadership practices that account for the firm’s stellar rise from US$ 200 seed capital to a multibillion dollar global enterprise. As an extension of Infosys’s tradition of growing leaders through a programme called Leaders Teach, the book captures the origins of Infosys’s leadership approach and leverages advanced psychometrics to identify current leaders who are exceptionally effective in Infosys’s leadership model. These leaders share approaches that they believe account for their successes, and are candid about where they stumbled in the past to help junior leaders avoid their mistakes. Chapters based on Infosys’s Leadership Journey Series include discussions of strategic leadership, change leadership, operational leadership, talent leadership, relationship and networking leadership, content leadership and entrepreneurial leadership by thought leaders in each area, and feature a state-of-the-science review of leadership research along with practical examples that leaders can use to improve their performance and aptitude to take on increasing levels of responsibility.

Calcutta Yoga

Author : Jerome Armstrong
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'An often surprising and always sure-footed survey of the magic of yoga and Calcutta's role in bringing it to the world' JOHN ZUBRZYCKI 'Interweaving historical facts with Armstrong's own experiences ... the result is a book which is neither an autobiography nor a purely scientific work - quite a unique mixture ... it moves me' CLAUDIA GUGGENBÜHL 'I wish I was doing what he is doing [in Calcutta Yoga]' BISHWANATH GHOSH The epic story of how Buddha Bose, Bishnu Ghosh and Yogananda took yoga from Calcutta to the rest of the world. In Calcutta Yoga, Jerome Armstrong deftly weaves the multi-generational story of the first family of yoga and how they modernized the ancient practice. The saga covers four generations, the making of a city, personal friendships, and shines light on the remarkable people who transformed yoga and made it a truly global phenomenon. Along the way, we also meet the people who founded the schools of yoga that are so well known today. Enriching the cast of characters are the internationally renowned B. K. S. Iyengar, Mr Universe Monotosh Roy, even as the book uncovers the truth about Bikram Choudhury, the founder of Bikram Yoga. We follow them and others from the streets of Calcutta to the United States, London, Tokyo and beyond, where they perform astounding feats and help revise Western perceptions of yoga. Cleverly researched and enjoyably anecdotal, Calcutta Yoga gives a holistic picture of the evolution of yoga, and pays homage to yogic heroes previously lost from history, while highlighting the pivotal early role the city of Calcutta played in redefining the practice. A culmination of rigorous fieldwork and numerous interviews, this book is as much about yoga as it is about history, relationships and human nature.

Linkage Inc s Best Practices in Leadership Development Handbook

Author : Linkage Inc.
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Leadership development is a planned effort that enhances the learner's capacity to lead people. Building on the success of the first edition, Linkage conducted a study of over 300 top organizations and their needs in organizational change and leadership development that identifies approaches to leadership development that have proven to be successful. The work offers practical "how-to" instructions developing leaders and engaging in leadership development. It provides current in-depth models, assessments, tools, and other instruments that can be used for immediate application within a variety of organizations.

Beyond the Mat

Author : Julie Rosenberg
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Achieve professional and personal success by following the philosophical principles of yoga, along with powerful poses that can be done at a desk, in flight, or on the go Yoga is thought of by many as a fitness hobby--a gentler alternative to SoulCycle and CrossFit--but its underlying philosophy offers much more than a good workout. Yoga can relieve stress, focus the mind, and provide a path to reinvention, resilience, and a meaningful life. In Beyond the Mat, physician, executive, and yoga instructor Julie Rosenberg reveals how the essential lessons of the four-thousand-year-old Yoga Sutras contain a relevant framework in which to thrive both personally and professionally, with: Principles for achieving work/life balance, building resilience, cultivating compassion, and working effectively with others Practices to manage time, avoid distractions, and get in "the zone" Breath-control exercises to mitigate stress and anxiety Power poses that can be done at home, at a desk, or on the go

Expressing Leadership and Success

Author : Sadhana Singh
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Inclusive Leadership

Author : Swami Bodhananda
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This book reflects on the models of leadership espoused by ancient Indic traditions, in particular the Advaita Vedanta tradition. Focusing primarily on the Rajarshi – ‘the philosopher king’ – the essays in this volume showcase how using these models in contemporary society could lead to the creation of self-aware and empathic leaders and an inclusive society. The book explores examples of the Brahmarshi, or the wise scholar; Rajarshi, or the wise ruler; and Devarshi, or the visionary, to bring together all the ideal virtues of inclusive leadership in the current cultural and political space. The essays in the volume adopt a critical sociological, philosophical and management lens to analyse Indic traditions and dharmic concepts. The volume uses concepts such as dharma, karma and, yoga along with organisational psychology, technology, and management, to arrive at the concept of transcendental leadership. It theorises new definitions of the Rajarshi ideal, which can be used towards public service, social transformation and self-discovery. The volume will be useful for scholars and academics interested in Indic philosophies of leadership and governance, sociology, and social and political inclusivity. It will also be useful for readers in public administration, business and management.