Boundless Leadership: The Authors
“Boundless Leadership is the fruit of our two converging life journeys—part manifesto, part road map. It makes the case for the fundamentally new way of being and leading we need to navigate this final phase in our collective human transition to truly equitable global interdependence. And it lays out a step-by-step path of transformational learning and practice that can empower us to sustainably be at our best, inspire others to realize their best, and embody new ways of being human that can have far deeper and wider positive impact than any personal best we dreamed possible.” —Joe Loizzo
JOE LOIZZO, MD, PhD is a contemplative psychotherapist, a clinical researcher, and Buddhist scholar-teacher. He founded Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science, a nonprofit organization that interacts with over 12,000 people per year. On the faculty at the Weill Cornell Medical College and the Columbia University Center for Buddhist Studies, he lectures widely on the role of meditative learning in the future of health, education, and leadership, and teaches regular public classes and workshops. Visit Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science.
“The moral imperative that drives this book is that the path from our old way of being to the new one, despite the steep learning curve involved, is traversable by anyone who wishes to walk it. One’s leadership no longer needs to be guided by the pessimistic projections of a culture of self-limiting beliefs, when we can as easily lead by the boundless imaginings of a world of possibilities. With businesses now responsible for more than just profits, boundless leaders can arise and create a world we are proud to leave for our children and our children’s children.” — Elazar Aslan
ELAZAR ASLAN, MBA, PCC is an executive advisor, speaker, and entrepreneur. After a successful career as a business executive, he became a professional coach over a decade ago, bringing his meditative practice and leadership principles to corporations including Chase, D&B, MasterCard, American Express, and ADP, as well as hyper growth start-ups. He is the founder of A Day of Kindness in Philadelphia, President of the Tibetan Buddhist Center of Philadelphia, and a Nalanda Institute board member. For more about Elazar, visit elazaraslan.com.
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