Finding Earth, Finding Soul
The Invisible Path to Authentic Leadership

By Tim Macartney

Finding Earth, Finding Soul
Paperback, 192 pages £10.95
Published: 28th June 2007
ISBN: 9781903998991
Format: 234mm x 156mm

Category: LITERATURE, ART & SPIRIT

Finding Earth, Finding Soul is the story of one man's search for meaning and purpose in a society that is captivated by values and beliefs that are assaulting the Earthís lifesystems and collapsing society in upon itself. Tim Macartney intertwines several themes ñ the quest for meaning and purpose, organisation leadership, nature, conformity, and the role of ordinary women and men in seeking and securing a future that will serve our children well. Finding Earth, Finding Soul vividly asserts the power of imagination, the joy of walking our own way, and the profound intimacy of finding relationship with others, and with life. It demonstrates how pain, loneliness, and some measure of suffering can become doorways to courageous acts that have the potential to illuminate our lives. It tells how Tim Macartney, starting as a gardener in a management training centre, went on to become Head of Consultancy there within three years, and then started a ëpeople and organisation developmentí company, working with the chairmen of multinationals. His inspirational approach to leadership development resulted in him being given a 50-acre Devonshire smallholding by an appreciative client to develop his vision

The dream pathway
The garden growing
Venturing abroad
Advances and setbacks
In the balance
Leaders and followers
Close encounters
Being and doing
Keeping quiet

Offers great insights in what it means to be a leader of our time. This book will inspire your soul.

- Joseph Jaworski, author of Synchronicity: the inner path of leadership

An inspiring call for every human as a leader to break free and play their part in this important time.

- WindEagle and RainbowHawk, authors of Heart Seeds: a message from the ancestors

Tim Macartney

Tim 'Mac' Macartney is the founder and CEO of Embercombe, a social enterprise which seeks 'to inspire committed action for a truly sustainable world' (www.embercombe.co.uk). He is an inspirational speaker, giving talks to business leaders and others. He lives in Devon.



Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 192 pages
ISBN: 9781903998991
Format: 234mm x 156mm
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BIC Code: RNT
BISAC Code:  NAT010000, SOC026000
Imprint: Green Books


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