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Radical Embrace - Integrating Leadership, Embodiment, Compassion, and Sustainability Paperback – 20 Sep 2015
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It is a small, easy to read book, but don’t let it fool you, this little book can bring about a revolution! It is succinct, sensible, scientific and sane, pulling together the many diverse issues facing us - community, environment, creativity, spiritual, compassion, political, making a difference, embodiment - showing a way for both personal and planetary happiness. Einstein said “we cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them”. This book suggests a new mindset, a new paradigm, to solve the complex challenges of today’s world.
Radical Embrace offers a simple model, the 4 Ps, to clarify the different aspects of the challenges facing us and from there how to “pick our battles”. Each chapter focuses on one of the 4Ps - Power, Posture, People, Planet.
Briers offers a new mindset for sustainable, compassionate leadership that is in harmony with ourselves and the planet. The existing paradigm for successful business has been driven by an institutionalised psychopathy. Radical Embrace gives new concepts and practical, easy to do action to move us away from this.
We are given new concepts to consider, for example "regeneration", which moves on from the concept of "sustainability". He gives a call to action at the end of each chapter, focusing thought, intention and action. Briers offers high quality questions, based on his work with Appreciative Inquiry. He does this with a ruthless compassion, keeping to the path, focused, but with heart and gentleness. A true warrior outlook.