Reawakening the Spirit in Work

The Power of Dharmic Management

Jack Hawley (Author)

Publication date: 05/01/1993

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Reawakening the Spirit in Work

"The key questions for today's managers and leaders," writes Jack Hawley, "are no longer issues of task and structure, but questions of spirit." Not only do we all yearn for spiritually rooted qualities at work, those very qualities-integrity, character, love, inspiration, faith, reverence-are key factors in an enterprise's success.

Through real-life examples, Hawley shows how people can create improved workplaces and more resilient, effective, and successful organizations. He shows how leaders and managers who are motivated by a spiritual vision will liberate the best in people, and explains why all leadership is spiritual.

Hawley offers examples of people actually living by their inner truth at work, and shows how such people can create an improved place to work and a more resilient, effective organization.

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"The key questions for today's managers and leaders," writes Jack Hawley, "are no longer issues of task and structure, but questions of spirit." Not only do we all yearn for spiritually rooted qualities at work, those very qualities-integrity, character, love, inspiration, faith, reverence-are key factors in an enterprise's success.

Through real-life examples, Hawley shows how people can create improved workplaces and more resilient, effective, and successful organizations. He shows how leaders and managers who are motivated by a spiritual vision will liberate the best in people, and explains why all leadership is spiritual.

Hawley offers examples of people actually living by their inner truth at work, and shows how such people can create an improved place to work and a more resilient, effective organization.

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Jack Hawley has been involved for thirty years in many successful programs for improving organizational effectiveness. He is the founder of Team Climate Associates and the president of his own management consulting firm. He is the author of Reawakening the Spirit in Work.

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Table of Contents

Contents
Part I: Respiriting: Reawakening to Spirit in Management and Life
1. The New Management Agenda
2. Constant Spiritual Awareness
3. Working with Energy and Spirit

Part II: Revering: Love and Reverence in Work and Life
4. The Reverence Continuum in Organizations
5. Respect, Caring, and Big Loving
6. Shyness about the "L-word" in Business: Love
7. The Six Landscapes of Love
8. Putting Love to Work

Part III: Repowering: Realigning Beliefs, Thoughts, and Being
9. The Power of Beliefs and Thoughts
10. High Belief and Moments of Faith
11. Bending Space and Time: Already-Thereness and Instantaneousness
12. Untethering from Worldly Life: True Freedom

Part IV: Recharactering: Strengthening Personal and Organizational Integrity
13. Living by Your Inner Truth
14. Adding Dharma: Right Action, Fearlessness, and Spirituality
15. Endowing Individual and Organizational Character

Part V: Reinspiring: The Spiritual Core of Leadership
16. All Leadership is Spiritual
17. Roles and Practices of Spiritual Leadership
18. A Visit with a 6,000-Year-Old King

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Endorsements

"Hawley's intriguing work distinguishes the spiritual from the merely religious and shows how managers can liberate their organizations by addressing higher levels of concern, such as purpose, meaning, character, and integrity. For all management collections."

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"This is must reading for everyone who wants to, or professes to be,

living with integrity."


"Spirit, truth, character, and integrity are certainly on the list of essential elements necessary to rekindle life and meaning in today's unpredictable world of work. Jack Hawley is the first writer to boldly and directly explore the depths of these sensitive topics in a business book."

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