The Congruent Life. Following the Inward Path to Fulfilling Work and Inspired Leadership

  • ID: 2217830
  • Book
  • 320 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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From Dagwood to Dilbert, the past fifty years haven′t seen much evolution in our attitudes toward work. Too many of us still believe that our work selves and our real selves, our professional and personal lives, are separate entities. This book is about how that concept is slowly, but surely, changing. It is about why it is changing. And, most important, it is about why it must change. C. Michael Thompson takes a compelling look at the connection between our inner lives and our work lives and shows how the development of the individual spirit can trigger not just personal fulfillment but much–needed organizational change.
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Foreword.

Preface.

Acknowledgements.

Introduction: Life in the Lost Provinces.

WORK AND THE SEARCH FOR MEANING IN OUR AGE.

The Great Divorce.

The Meaning of Work and the Work of Meaning.

SPIRITUALITY: AN ANSWER ANCIENT AND EVER NEW.

Spirituality––And Other Misunderstood Words.

Beware of Cheap Imitations (or, What Spirituality is Not).

Why Go There?

PSYCHOSPIRITUAL GROWTH AND ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP.

The "Fruits of the Spirit".

The Personal Fruits.

The Interpersonal Fruits.

INSPIRED LIVING AND LEADING: ANSWERING THE CALL OF A NEW AGE.

Toward the Future: Shifting Sands and Paradigms.

Personal Spiritual Growth.

Conclusion: The Hundreth Seeker.
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C. Michael Thompson
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