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Spiritual Capital

Wealth We Can Live by

by Danah Zohar

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Berrett-Koehler Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mind, Body, Spirit,
  • Personal finance,
  • Management - General,
  • Organizational Behavior In Business,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Values,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Negotiating,
  • Business Ethics,
  • Free Enterprise,
  • Business & Economics / Business Ethics,
  • Business & Economics/Free Enterprise,
  • Corporate Culture,
  • Organizational Behavior

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8748482M
    ISBN 101576751384
    ISBN 109781576751381

    The Law of Spiritual Capital. Marcus Dods, D. D. Matthew It is he who has even a little capital to begin with, and who makes a right use of it, who soon leaves far behind the man who has none, or who neglects to invest what he has. And the more this capital grows, the more rapidly and the more easily is it increased. Manyost of the world’s religions include a concept of ‘the great chain of being’, a holarchic understanding of existence where spiritual attainment (in this context, the accumulation of spiritual capital) leads to different levels of being (3).

    Spiritual Capital presents a new vision of capitalist society that transcends the greed, materialism, and meaninglessness so rampant today. It offers an idea of wealth, profit, and capital that's about more than simply money. "Profit," under this system, would be not merely for . Spiritual capital is a concept that is being embraced by a range of theorists in response to the great destruction being wrought by the global economic crisis.

    Spiritual Capital: Wealth We Can Live By by Danah Zohar. In their new book Danah Zohar and Ian Marshall envisage two scenarios. The first is business as we know it today - all short-term interest, short-term gain, isolationist thinking, with the material bottom line as king. The second envisages a business culture driven by fundamental values.   A soulful makeover for capitalism. 8/2/ If you think financial capital is all you need for happiness, think again. According to Danah Zohar, a physicist, philosopher, and management thinker, and Ian Marshall, a Jungian-oriented psychiatrist, capitalist culture and the global business that extends from it are not sustainable. Zohar and Marshall call for leade.


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* Spiritual capital, associated with being and spiritual intelligence, the wealth contained in our shared meanings, values and ultimate purposes. Much of the book is concerned with identifying the states of being in which a person or an organization can find itself and the principles required for transformation to a state in which higher values can be met and higher needs satisfied and the system remains Cited by: Spiritual Capital: A Moral Core for Social and Economic J and millions of other books are available for Spiritual Capital book Kindle.

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The second alternative is "spiritual capital"-a values-based business culture in which wealth is accumulated in order to generate a decent profit while acting to raise the common good. Rather than emphasizing shareholder value, spiritual capital emphasizes "stakeholder value," where stakeholders include the whole human race, present and future, and the planet itself.

Spiritual Capital This book is written to help anyone interested in knowing and understanding what spiritual capital is and how to develop it. The book discusses how those interested in gaining a deeper insight into the spiritual dimension of life can objectively. Spiritual capital nourishes and sustains the human spirit.

Danah Zohar and Ian Marshall introduce the concept of spiritual intelligence (SQ), and describe how it can be used to shift individuals and our culture from a state of acting from lower motivations (fear, greed, anger, and self-assertion) to one of acting from higher motivations (exploration, cooperation, power-within, mastery, and higher service).

This book tells a story, a story about America’s spiritual capital. Spiritual capital is the fund of beliefs, examples, and commitments that are transmitted from generation to generation through a religious tradition, and which attach people to the transcendent source of fulfillment and happiness.

Pilgrimage and Spiritual Capital By Niamh Kelly The retelling of personal stories becomes significant for the validation of spiritual capital in societies and communities that have rejected the validity of Author: Niamh Kelly. SPIRITUAL CAPITAL IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE Peter L. Berger and Robert W.

Hefner Institute for the Study of Economic Culture, Institute on Religion and World Affairs, Boston University For more than a century social scientists have grappled with the question of the role of religion and values in the creation of modern capitalism and democracy.

DEFINING SPIRITUAL CAPITAL Despite its intuitive appeal the term “spiritual capital” lacks any clear definition. Spiritual capital is a catchy phrase – a linguistic union of the academically-respectable concept of capital (both “human” and “social”) and the vague but popular notion of spirituality.

“Spiritual Capital is an inspired and thoughtfully written book on how we can help to create a better serving and more caring society. Danah Zohar and Ian Marshall continue to break new ground in contemporary leadership writings.” —Larry C.

Spears, President and CEO, The Robert K. Greenleaf Center “Extraordinary. Brilliant. Amazing. The Abraham Maslow's pyramid was overturned on this book The first and the most important need to pursue is indeed the need for self-actualization and then the basic needs will come along with.

Then spiritual is not a fanaticism to a spesific religion, its /5. Spiritual capital is a concept that is being embraced by a range of theorists in response to the great destruction being wrought by the global economic crisis. Spiritual Capital seeks to re-focus discussion on core social values, on individuals' value systems and the internal dynamics that impel human beings to live by truth, Author: Bernadette Flanagan.

The book provides practical tools for measuring a personal or organizational store of spiritual capital, along with clear guidelines on how to engage in spiritual capital formation. These will benefit business leaders interested in developing viable and sustainable enterprises capable of avoiding the disconnection between economic policy and Brand: Taylor And Francis.

Book Description Presenting a thorough, comprehensive theory of spiritual capital based on solid academic research, 'Spiritual Capital' serves to reinforce and amplify the notion of a moral economic core that is beginning to feature in contemporary economic arguments. Dana Zohar and Ian Marshall, who wrote the book, Spiritual Capital: Wealth We Can Live By, 1 are a fascinating, couple married to each other.

Zohar is broadly trained and thus taps into diverse resources such as classical literature, physics, religion, and psychology. Spiritual Capital - Danah Zohar The world as we know it today is one based on the bottom line. Self-interest, short-term gain and isolantionist thinking dominate much of our business-led culture.

Spiritual intelligence (SQ), spiritual capital, and sustainability are crucially linked. SQ is our intelligence that we access to define our life purpose and search for meaning.

Therefore, spiritual capital reflects a leader’s or an organization’s spiritual intelligence because it reflects what it exists for, believes in, aspires to, and takes responsibility for.

The book provides practical tools for measuring a personal or organizational store of spiritual capital, along with clear guidelines on how to engage in spiritual capital formation.

These will benefit business leaders interested in developing viable and sustainable enterprises capable of avoiding the disconnection between economic policy and. The second alternative is "spiritual capital"-a values-based business culture in which wealth is accumulated in order to generate a decent profit while acting to raise the common good.

Rather than emphasizing shareholder value, spiritual capital emphasizes "stakeholder value," where stakeholders include the whole human race, present and future /5(7).

About Spiritual Capital. Our capitalist culture and the business practices that operate within it are in crisis. Capitalism as we know it today—an amoral culture of short-term self-interest, profit maximization, emphasis on shareholder value, isolationist thinking, and profligate disregard of long-term consequences—is an unsustainable system, a monster set to consume itself.The book provides practical tools for measuring a personal or organisational store of spiritual capital, along with clear guidelines on how to engage in spiritual capital formation.

These will benefit business leaders interested in developing viable and sustainable enterprises capable of avoiding the disconnection between economic policy and.Conceptions of spiritual capital on offer range from those by Fogel to Coleman to Berger and Putnam and more regularly in the economic and social science literature and popular accounts.

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