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Soul Traders - Six Influential Spiritual Leaders: Dalai Lama, Peter Koestenbaum, Deepak Chopra, Leslie Kenton, Yefim Shubentsov, Dr. V

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Soul Traders - Six Influential Spiritual Leaders
Global HR Magazine, December/January 2002

Businesses are turning increasingly to spiritual guidance, so you may feel it's time to gen up on some genuine philosophical gurus. Here are a few to start you off on the path to enlightenment.

Soul Traders - Six Influential Spiritual Leaders
Global HR Magazine, December/January 2002

Businesses are turning increasingly to spiritual guidance, so you may feel it's time to gen up on some genuine philosophical gurus. Here are a few to start you off on the path to enlightenment.

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to
spiritual guidance,
so
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time
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gen up on somegenuinephilosophicalgurus, Hereare a
few
to
start you
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path
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usiness
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this
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mpacton
the
business
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odds
are
that
they
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out
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Peter
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Handy, Tom
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they
are
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John
Harvey-Jones.You'll
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vainfora
ment
ion
of
the
Baghwan.
Butrecentdevelopments
suggest
all
that
mightbe
about
to
change.
A
growing
number
of
unashamedly
spiritual
philosophers
-real
gurus,
if
you
like -
are
making
inr
oads
into
the
businesswor
ld
.
When
anorgan
isation
as
traditionalist
as the
Chartered
Institute
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onne
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in
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conferences
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know
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ificantone.
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rootofthis
growing
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workplac
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it
owesmuchof
its
momentum
to
Western
society's
wider
adoption
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med
itationand
self-improvementtechniques
.As
the
boundaries
between home
and
working
life blur,
an
overspill
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kindisinevitable.As
many
US
organisations
demonstrated
in
the
20th
centur
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companies
can
often
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set
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shared
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belief
Bu
t
the
real
problem
with gurus
w
ill
always
lie
in
sort
ing
the
wheat
from
the
chaff
No-one needsreminding
that
this
is
an
area
in
wh
ich
charlatans
flourish.In
recent
years,
some
decidedly
questionable
organisations
have
specifica
ll
y
targeted
the
cor
poratewor
ld
in
theirrecruitment
campaigns.
They
have
managed
tocap
itali
seon
the
blurred
ground
bet
ween
management
"self-improvement"
techniques
and
something
m
ore
sinister.Here.
we
offer
a
potted
guideto
some
of
themore
obviously
benevolent
gurus
that
have
emerged
in
recent
years.Enjoy
the
karma.
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