Maximizing The Triple Bottom Line Through Spiritual Leadership

book-coverOne of the greatest challenges facing leaders today is the need to develop new business models that accentuate authentic and ethical leadership, employee well-being, and social responsibility without sacrificing profitability and revenue growth. In effect, they are experimenting with and adopting sustainable business strategies that emphasize the triple bottom line or “People, Planet, and Profit.”

The International Institute of Spiritual Leadership (IISL) serves companies who seek new business models to remain competitive and succeed in today’s chaotic and global Internet Age as well as those who are committed to co-creating a conscious, sustainable world that works for everyone.


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A recent HBR article, “Don’t Let Your Company Culture Just Happen,” could not be more relevant given today’s chaotic, hyper-connected business environment. In fact this may the most important task leader’s face for strategy implementation. The article’s focus is on systematizing culture design through a conversation about three key elements of organizational culture: Outcomes, Behaviors, […] > Continue reading
IISL Goes to Nigeria
I recently was invited to be a keynote speaker and conference participant at the 2016 Audit Committee Institute Conference in Lagos Nigeria. What I discovered during my visit is that Nigeria is a paradoxical nation of contrasts. It has the highest percentage intellectual class in Africa and, as evidenced by several of the attendees, an […] > Continue reading


This video explores connections between leadership, spirituality & religion in the workplace. In it Dr. Fry explores the role of spiritual leadership and the spiritual leadership model within this context.

Dr. Jody Fry offers a comprehensive overview of the spiritual leadership model as a paradigm for maximizing the triple bottom line.