Based on the Buddhist practice of the Eightfold Path, Buddha: 9 to 5
provides you with a hands-on set of tools to re-awaken yourself, your
employees, and your organization. Using the Buddhist concepts of
Intention, Mindfulness, and Right Action, you'll be able to reap
prosperity not just in profits but in stronger connections with your
employees and your customers.
Incorporating principles the author herself used to create and grow a successful multimillion-dollar business, Buddha: 9 to 5 is filled with practical exercises and examples from real-life companies. Buddha: 9 to 5 is the manager's guide for authentic and successful leadership.
Buddha: 9 to 5, Nancy Spears, Adams Media, Hardcover, 6 x 6", 2007, 184 Pages, $16.95
Nancy Spears is a former marketing executive who embraced spiritual practice as a means to survival in the corporate workplace. Nancy was the founder and CEO of the national marketing and production agency, Creative Event Marketing, Inc., which she later sold to Golin/Harris International. Her corporate clients have included Eli Lilly and Company, GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals, MasterCard, Turner/Time Warner, Toyota, Verizon, and AIG. Today, much of Nancy's time is spent assisting nonprofit organizations in development and marketing. She serves on the board of directors for the Shambhala Mountain Center, the Aspen Center for Integrative Health, the Children's Health Foundation, the Books for Life Foundation, and the Aspen Education Foundation. She resides in Aspen, CO.