The Tao of Influence: Ancient Wisdom for Modern Leaders and Entrepreneurs (Business Management, Positive Influence, Eastern Philosophy, Taoi
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People are yearning to make an impact and create much needed change. Building a business, starting a movement, generating a new initiative in the workplace, creating change within a family, or supporting a non-profit enterprise in the community? People want to be part of the solution. Author Karen McGregor believes the 4000-year-old "Four Pillars of Influence" of the Tao Te Ching may be the key.
A unique leadership skills book. The Tao of Influence stands apart as a business book. It speaks ancient wisdom to the modern-day leader, while providing practical and tangible actions that lead to high levels of sustainable influence and positive power. Discover an easy-to-follow roadmap to creating lasting change in your workplace, community, and family, while navigating chaotic and demanding environments.
The power of influence to create much needed change. As "old world" manipulation, hidden agendas, control and greed crumble, people are seeking replacements. The Tao of Influence fills the gap between old and new world influence through the teachings and applications of the 4000-year-old wisdom of Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu.
Positive vibes and how to influence others. Author Karen McGregor is an international keynote and TEDx speaker, and a guide to thousands of entrepreneurs and professionals seeking to become more influential leaders. In this book each chapter begins with a quote from the Tao Te Ching that connects with that chapter's theme, then concludes with reflections and recommended actions. Learn to:
- Handle challenges and difficult people
- End the dynamic that heightens power struggles and destroys influence
- Create stillness and space to generate authentic power
If you have read books such as Weconomy, Leaders Eat Last, or Eckhart Tolle's A New Earth, you will want to read and learn from Karen McGregor's The Tao of Influence.