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The 15 Commitments of
Conscious Leadership

Integrating one commitment is life changing. All fifteen together are revolutionary. That’s big talk, but these are big commitments. Distilled from decades of practice and experience with leaders around the world, you won’t look at leadership the same after this read.

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"Practical, actionable and transformative. The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership is an invaluable tool for anyone who cares about leadership. A must-have resource."
Chip Conley, Founder, Joie de Vivre Hospitality
"Learning the skills in The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership has been one of the most important experiences of my life. It dramatically changed me as both a person and a leader."
Justin Rosenstein, Co-Founder Asana
“The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership redefines what it takes to be a truly effective leader. Chapman, Dethmer, and Klemp offer a refreshing wake-up call to anyone who thinks that work is a self-driven, zero-sum game."
Mellody Hobson, President, Ariel Investment / Chairwoman of the Board, Dreamworks Animation / Board Member, Starbucks
"I am at the heart of the increasingly voluble discussion on "conscious leadership" and "culture" in dynamic companies. I have run companies, and I routinely advise early and mid-stage companies on practices to increase effectiveness and develop more transparent communication structures."
Sue Heilbronner, CEO BoulderIdeas
This is an outstanding summary of what we know leaders to do to lead authentically and influentially.
Phil Gore, PhDDirector of Leadership Team Services, Texas Association of School Boards
This book should be on the NYT bestseller list on the end cap at every airport book store. If leaders read and grasped this content workplaces would transform around the world and people would enjoy being at work.
Christopher Littlefield