Named by Leadership Excellence Magazine as one of North America’s top 100
By Dr. John Izzo
If you want to know the secret to a happy life, ask someone who has lived one” Dr. John Izzo’s anticipated book has finally reached book stores shelves. Based on 235 interviews with people between 60-106. From Town Barbers to Holocaust survivors, from aboriginal chiefs to CEO’s, these people had over 18,000 years of life experience. this book will make you laugh, bring you to tears and inspire you to discover what matters long before you die.
“Like a profound conversation that lasts deep into the night, this book will captivate readers in search of purpose and a meaningful life.” – Richard Leider, author of The Power of Purpose and coauthor of Repacking Your Bags and Claiming Your Place at the Tribal Fire.
By John Izzo and Pam Withers
Praise for this title is rampant – originally published in 2000 by Prentice-Hall, this book was ahead of its time! Values Shift is in its 10th printing and making serious statements about the status of our corporate culture. Post Enron, WorldCom and of course post Martha Stuart, North Americans are taking a good hard look at the reasons why they work for the companies they do!
By John Izzo, Ph.D. & Eric Klein
Awakening Corporate Soul: Four Paths To Unleash the Power of People at Work is a 235 page book that makes the business case for “Corporate Soul” as a strategy that can re-inspire commitment in an uncertain workforce and create competitive advantage in a high pressure global economy.
By John Izzo, Ph.D., Eric Klein and Marian Baker
Take your team through the twelve-week renewal program based on the best selling leadership book “Awakening Corporate Soul”. This workbook walks through the Four Paths: Self, Craft, Contribution and Community and explores in depth actions and exercises that teams can work through together. This workbook is perfect for personal growth as well as team growth. It offers personal reflection exercises and team exercises to boost team cohesiveness and personal fulfillment in the workplace. Abundant with management tools and techniques!
By John Izzo, Ph.D.
Is it possible to age and keep the sense of wonder about life that we had when we were young? Can we age without becoming cynical? Is it possible that our willingness to hold on to our innocence and idealism influences our ability to discover joy in our lives and make a difference in our world? Does our experience in the world take away our innocence, idealism and sense of wonder or does our choice to give up those qualities shape our experience?