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يدعوك مؤلف الكتاب الأكثر مبيعا والمرشد الروحي ديباك شوبرا كي تُصبح قائدا من النوعية التي نحن في أمس الحاجة إليها اليوم: القائد مع الرؤية، الذي يستطيع أن يجعل من هذه الرؤية حقيقة. لقد درّس شوبرا القيادة إلى كبار المديرين التنفيذيين، وكبار المسؤولين التنفيذيين مدة ثماني سوات، وعلّمهم المسار الواضح في روح القيادة والذي ينطبق على أي عمل، ولكن المبادئ نفسها ذات صلة في كل مجتمع ...more
Paperback, الطبعة الأولى, 224 pages
Published 2014 by دار الخيال (first published August 31st 2007)
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giao
Oct 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: education, favorites
I usually don't like self help books but have been searching for ways to learn about the role of a leader. I have struggled to understand why some leaders are afraid (and/or refuse) to grow deep emotional connections to empower their team. Chopra gave clear and necessary tools to expand my interest in collaborative work and how to sustain integrity in my practice. I think he provides a very zen approach to modern society. ...more
Stephanie
Mar 13, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: muse-fodder
I almost hate to admit it--Chopra has birthed so many cliches--but I really enjoyed this book. Not only that, I was inspired by it. So much so that I'm considering picking up copies for my coworkers. It's not that he says anything new; it's that he is very good at summarizing eternal truths and creating "action lists" out of them, without dumbing them down. Highly recommended for anyone who is wrestling with questions of power and leadership, and wants a deeper approach to handling the role of a ...more
Amy
Feb 24, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Not only is this a wonderful book for upper management, it provided some very interesting ideas and exercises for becoming the manager of your life, or whatever your sphere of influence is. This book is so much better than most of the business management books out there, and I think every manager should be required to read it!
Asma
Nov 18, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
In this book the writer who is Deeper Chopra laid his focus on one of the most important life skill, which is leadership. However Chopra’s definition of leadership does not only include those individuals with special attributes, but he views leadership as a potential skill to any person who can get inspiration from his soul to become a leader. He believes that being a successful leader requires evolving passion to what you do. The book is divided into three parts: in the first part he defines th ...more
Melanie
Sep 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Uplifiting and enlightening. I have posted the acronym LEADERS in my office to constantly remind me to Look and Listen, creating opportunities or take advantage of opportunities for Emotional Bonding, to make sure that I remain Aware of what is going on around me, the impact that I have on others and how I am allowing others to influence me, to remember to Do, to take action, to Empower myself and those around me to strive to be better, to reach higher, to dream bigger, to be Responsible for my ...more
Mckinley
L -look and listen -- observe, analysis, feeling, incubation
E -emotional bonding -- emotional freedom, shared enthusiasm, caring for other (their strengths, self-esteem), relationship building, nonviolent communication, conflict resolution
A -awareness -- centeredness, self-motivation, coherence, insight, creativity, inspiration, transcendence
D -doing -- action oriented, role modeling, feedback, persistence
E -empowerment -- trust, compassion, stability, hope,
R -responsibility -- self
S -synchron
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Carrie
Mar 17, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This was decent information being delivered, and while Deepak's words themselves can often be inspiring, his accent actually makes the audiobook less valuable. He is difficult to follow. At the same time, I was expecting more from the guts of the book. These ideas seemed to be on a very basic (maybe obvious) level. I felt like I was finishing it just to get it over with. ...more
Jane
Jun 12, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I really enjoyed and was inspired by this book. So inspired, in fact, that I'm going to buy myself and a few friends our own copies; it's not just for managers or leaders, but good guidelines and suggestions for life. Chopra is not necessarily saying anything new, but he pulls together a roadmap with actions items that gets the mind - and soul - paying attention. ...more
Marisa Renteria
Feb 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Very very good read, a breath of fresh air from the majority of business leadership titles. I need to warn you, this is not for everyone, I am afraid many would misjudge this book if they have not read Chopra before. I personally could have done book clubs for it. My former HR boss let me borrow it, and it was a very pleasant read.
Dina London
Feb 25, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is such an incredible, little book. I'm actually going to buy it and read it again. If you want to be a conscious, awake and intentional leader...in any aspect of your life...you have to read this book. ...more
AnaMaria Rivera
Excellent book on leading from your soul, touching upon Transcendant Leadership...

“Transcendence: Awareness ultimately has no boundaries. It exists in this world but endlessly goes beyond it. The world’s great wisdom traditions all derive from a higher reality that is indescribable but can be experienced. This is the greatest wonder and source of awe. As the ancient India sages declare, “This isn’t knowledge that you learn. It’s knowledge that you become.” When you fully absorb this insight, you
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Andrew
Dec 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Chopra's The Soul of Leadership is a surprisingly simple book. The subject seems so obvious, but I have never seen these concepts addressed so plainly and so fully. And it makes perfect sense.

Simply put, Chopra addresses Leadership from the perspective of Maslow's hierarchy of needs. "In rising order the group's needs are for safety and security, achievement, cooperation, understanding, creativity, moral values, and spiritual fulfillment."

Even though this concept seems so obvious and basic, lea
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Kari Olfert
May 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I was skeptical going in to read The Soul of Leadership because it wasn't brand new, and for me, Chopra has become a little cliche over time. So I was super surprised that this book spoke to me and gave me multiple epiphanies 😂 which is ultimately the reason I gave it a 5 Star. The exact book that I needed at the exact right time.

{I should note that I'm going to be reading several leadership books which is why I choose this one in the first place, the library had 2 books ready and this was one
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Jessi
Deepak Chopra brings his views of the world to the work place. To do that, he takes the word "Leaders" and brings it down as a mnemonic device to talk about "Look and Listen, Emotional Bonding, Awareness, Doing, Empowerment, Responsibility, Synchronicity." Each phrase is gone into in depth, bringing Chopra's well-known gentle humanitarianism to the corporate world. Is it game changing? Not really, but is a look that not just any author would be able to bring with conviction. ...more
Mike
I had heard a lot of good thing about Deepak Chopra, but to be honest, this book did not have many great insights for me. I felt like much of what was here was simply an organized way of looking at basic leadership skills. I most enjoyed the two stories at the end that were used as examples of leadership and wish there were more of those in this book.
Jacob Petrossian
Apr 09, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Quite an awesome handbook about leadership. I consider myself to be a natural leader, and so this book gave me a sense of grounding. A leader never forgets what it's like to fail, empathises with their team and the actions of the leader are for the benefit of the whole team. ...more
Adam
Jun 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I started listening to this book and thoroughly enjoyed it. However, it is so packed with useful information and applications that I had to stop listening so I could get a physical copy. This material should be consumed in a format that allows you to experiment on what is being taught.
Siva
Aug 09, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is my first Deepak Chopra book, he has a lot of good values for leadership, that can be applied in life to various scenarios. Several things he explains made me think about my own leadership skills! Books like this tune our thought process, thereby our lives...Worth a read...
Karen Ann Bulluck
This book has some thought-provoking information and suggestions. I didn't agree with all of it, but there were a lot of ways to incorporate spirituality into leadership that I did appreciate. Good read for those that want to bring more of their higher self to work. ...more
Elizabeth Schlatter
Ridiculously good and not as "woo-woo" as you might think. Just excellent advice in general about being a thoughtful (or soulful) leader. Way too many tips to keep track so I recommend just reading it and letting it "sit." ...more
Megan Lehn
Jan 18, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
So many basic ideas that we often forget. Control your emotions and understand that you are in control of how you react, think and help others.
Smooth Via
Jul 03, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I had to skim through entire sections of mumbo jumbo, but there are definitely great pearls to find throughout.
Troy Mind Write
May 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Gotta read more of his stuff. Great book btw
Stacey Slager
Jun 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I need to read this again.
NajatAbdulla
Jun 22, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Amazing book it empowers us all to become leaders in our own right.
Guillaume
Jun 30, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I really enjoyed this book, but it was more of a "listen for inspiration" than a "step-by-step" book. At least, for me. ...more
whichwaydidshego
It has great information and is definitely enriching, but is largely geared for specific kinds of leaders. That said, I am glad I read it as it has valuable insights.
Erika Birdsley
I began reading this book in the summer of 2012, on a trip to Trinity in California, with my friend Randy.

This book is more of a textbook, than a "reading" type of book, like a novel.

I am still on page 66.

I like most of Deepak Chopra's material, but sometimes I feel it is impractical in Western society and leaves out the evolution of people who don't start out with a silver spoon in their mouth, as he did, with good parents, a good home environment, (basically having all his emotional, physical,
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Vishnu
This book is kind of all over the place. There are a lot better books on leadership out there. This book attempts to span far too much material, from the minutiae of day-to-day management to "synchronizing" oneself to the wholeness of the universe. As a result, it's pretty thin and not very substantive.

Still, leadership is a great topic to learn more about, and some of the ideas presented are really quite useful. It's just unfortunate that the gold in this book is buried in so, so much of Chopra
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Joyce
Nov 17, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: work-related
I found this a rather warm & fuzzy management read. It did have some good points from a more feeling/emotional stand point. It also gave some excellent advice for finding your way. I'd probably recommend it to someone who was early in their career or just thinking about a leadership/managerial role. Within this train of thought, there was some good review information for me about folk who tend to be more feeling/emotive. As someone who is more product driven, the feeling/emotive aspect are less ...more
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