To go from Edelman to leadership consciousness is not only a bridge too far
but has absolutely no logical connections. How about:
"In Search of Excellence" Waterman and Peters, classic old text on
leadership in business.
Or "The Noasshole Rule" by some economist at harvard. Very interesting.
But forget about learning about leadership consciousness by reading books
about consciousness because the latter is befuddled and damning. We don't
"Tim Egan" <timegan1 from cox.net> wrote in message
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> Hello -
>> I am very interested in reading more about your model of
> consciousness. I am on the faculty at Pepperdine University in the
> School of Business. My research interests focus on the evolution of
> leadership consciousness.
>> Warm regards,
> Terri Egan
>> Associate Professor of Applied Behavioral Science
> Pepperdine University