Sacred Leadership: Leading for the Greatest Good is now available.

I am pleased to announce that my first book. Sacred Leadership: Leading for the Greatest Good is now available at our own eStore or on

This is a time of extraordinary urgency that calls for leaders who care about something greater than themselves. It is time to reconnect with our sacred purpose as human beings.

Sacred Leadership provides a pathway through a world in which Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity (VUCA) reign. It connects both the hard analytical side of leadership with the spiritual core that lies within the heart of every leader. Sacred Leadership weaves the power of sacred mission, shared and enduring values, and foresight into a leadership paradigm that is powerful, inclusive, sustainable and actionable in any organization.

Sacred Leadership is not about religion but rather about connecting to deep purpose in our work and in our lives. It is that deeper purpose that is sacred and that will sustain us in this increasingly chaotic world.

Sacred Leadership is the result of a long personal journey that began in a small town in Ohio, continued into the inner city of Los Angeles and led to the board rooms of non-profit and for-profit companies.

Share your reactions as you read the book.

Join the journey and leave with a blueprint for your own leadership practice.

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2 Responses to Sacred Leadership: Leading for the Greatest Good is now available.

  1. David says:

    As a new business owner and manager of a small team I’m eager to find any resources which will help me mention my business in a way that succeeds not only financially, but also in meeting the needs of my team members and giving to the society around me. I have been extremely disheartened by the leaders in my own city and on the federal level here in United States. none of them seem to grasp the ideas of integrity, responsibility, or their duties as a leader. The whole idea of a sacred nature in leadership is one desperately needed by leadership at all levels. I look forward to reading and sharing this book.

  2. admin says:


    I understand your frustration, which is shared by many. In fact, it is this frustration that led me to write the book. It is possible to run a profitable business and still honor a larger purpose and positive core values such as integrity and respect. In the book you’ll find several examples of businesses I have worked with who have done just that.

    Thanks for your comments. I hope you continue to participate in the dialogue.

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