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An important reference work on a practice that is needed more than ever in a VUCA world, this book helps readers understand the importance of responsible and constructive practices and behavior in leadership.
The broad approach to inclusive leadership presented in this volume highlights correlations between inclusive leadership and myriad issues, qualities, and circumstances that serve as foundations or impact factors on it. Some contributors review contemporary concepts and challenges such as change, innovation, the bottom line, sustainability, and performance excellence against inclusive leadership. Other contributors reflect on critical practices and qualities such as trust, passion, ethics, spirituality, and empathy, and their relationships with inclusive leadership. A range of religious and spiritual influences are also evaluated in the context of inclusive leadership, such as (but not limited to) Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, Jainism, and Christianity.
Postgraduate students, instructors, and coaches will appreciate this comprehensive look at inclusive leadership, which has become an urgent concept to be internalized and practiced by all, regardless of positions, possessions, locations, or generations.
Part I: Mindful Considerations 1. Mindful Leadership in 21st Century Work Environments 2. The Value of Trust 3. Stakeholder Engagement as a Mindful Practice 4. Being Mindful of Change 5. Mindful Leaders and Emotional Intelligence 6. Mindful Leaders and Sustainability 7. Mindful Leaders and Innovation 8. Mindful Leadership and Performance Excellence 9. Mindful Leadership and the Bottom Line 10. Understanding Impermanence 11. This Too Shall Pass 12. At the End of the Day… Part II: Mindful Intersections 13. Workplace Spirituality and Mindful Leadership 14. At the Intersection of Passion and Mindfulness 15. At the Intersection of Ethics and Mindfulness 16. At the Intersection of Spirituality and Mindfulness 17. At the Intersection of Mindfulness and Happiness 18. Mindful Leadership and Empathy 19. Mindful Leadership and Buddhism 20. Mindful Leadership and Taoism 21. Mindful Leadership and Sufism 22. Mindful Leadership and Christian Values 23. Mindfulness and Meditation 24. Mindfulness, Entrepreneurship, and CSR 25. Mindful Leadership and Wellbeing Part III: Mindful Leadership Practices 26. Mindful Self-Leadership 27. Awakened Leadership 28. Pro-Social leadership 29. Servant Leadership 30. Mindful Leadership and Soft Skills 31. Mindful Transformational Leadership 32. The Place of Compassion and Humility in Mindful Leadership 33. Transcendental Leadership
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