Conscious Business: How to Build Value Through Values

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Nov 1, 2008 - Business & Economics - 606 pages
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Consciousness is the main source of organizational greatness. Conscious business, explains Fred Kofman, ""means finding your passion and expressing your essential values through your work. A conscious business seeks to promote the intelligent pursuit of happiness in all its stakeholders. It produces sustainable, exceptional performance through the solidarity of its community and the dignity of each member. ""
 

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Business is an essential part of our lives. Doing business consciously, Fred Kofman, a co-founder of the consulting firm Axialent, is an essential part of living consciously. The author presents a ... Read full review

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Great book, i total recommend to use this as the guideline for employee lectures

Contents

Conscious Business
1
Unconditional Responsibility
43
Essential Integrity
96
Ontological Humility
150
Authentic Communication
205
Constructive Negotiation
258
Impeccable Coordination
317
Emotional Mastery
370
Epilogue
461
Further Reading and Viewing List
479
About the Author
488
About Sounds True
489
Front Cover Flap
490
Back Cover Flap
491
Back Cover Material
492
NOTES
494

Entering the Market with Helping Hands
422

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Fred Kofman has been awarded Teacher of the Year distinctions by the University of California and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.). His work integrates current and emerging insights from the fields of economics, strategy, philosophy, cognitive science, systems thinking, and organizational learning. He is the founder of Leading Learning Communities (L.L.C.). Since its origin in 1992, L.L.C. has worked with Chrysler, Shell Oil, General Motors, Xerox, Intel, Phillips, Microsoft, academic institutions, and many other organizations throughout the world. Fred Kofman is the author of Metamanagement (Granica, 2001).

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