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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Google conducted extensive research and discovered that team effectiveness depends not so much on personal qualities of the team members but on the members’ interaction. The skills and character traits that Google discovered necessary for effective teams are inherent in the Spiritual Leadership Model. Spiritual leadership is about creating hope/faith in a compelling vision […] > Continue reading
In the aftermath of the Paris and San Bernardino and other carnage world-wide, our attention was attracted by the profiles of Islamic terrorists. David Garner  wrote in the Financial Times that in Europe the pool of potential recruits are primarily dissatisfied Muslims – specifically: “children and grandchildren of some Muslim immigrants, (who) suffer from a […] > 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.