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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FROM THE BLOG

Global Leadership in Dubai
Recently, Dr. Ella Egel, President of IISL, and I traveled to Dubai, UAE to participate in the International Conference on Leadership, Innovation and Entrepreneurship as driving forces of the Global Economy  (ICLIE). The conference was organized by the Canadian University of Dubai (http://www.cud.ac.ae/).  Our presentation was  on Global Leadership. The main questions we tried to […] > Continue reading
A recent article in Business Insider , “Leaked ISIS Documents: The Majority of Recruits Know Nothing About Islam,” examined thousands of documents which revealed that 70% of ISIS recruits had just a “basic” knowledge of Shariah (the Islamic law), while 24% had “intermediate” knowledge, and 5% advanced. This seems to indicate that these recruits did not […] > Continue reading

VIDEOS

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.

Presentation Given at Exeter University, UK on Four Approaches of Spiritual Leadership for Organizational Transformation