Synopses & Reviews
In recent years a chasm has opened between many of our leaders and those who work for them.We have witnessed the sacrifices of airline workers and the unconscionable compensation of top executives, the ideals of Olympic Games and the conduct of certain committee members, the sacrament of religion and the priests who abused the sanctity of the human body, the needed services of United Way and their extravagant executive "perks," and the hopes of fairness through democracy versus the presidential election of 2000.The values of hard work, inalienable rights, fairness and public service held by most Americans is often lacking in our leaders. An ethical chasm has opened up in our midst, and unless we do something, our future will fall victim to our inadequacies. Our standing in the world in years to come will depend less on our military might, and more on our moral strength.We need to begin a united search for ethical leadership. Taking Torin's journey of discovery with him, we examine the roots of this loss of ethical leadership, and we begin to see a way out of this situation by applying the spiritual principles of Rudolf Steiner's anthroposophy. The Search for Ethical Leadership is grounded in practical tools that offer us real hope for the future of ethical leadership.