Introducing our upcoming International Learning Series over the next 9 months. We will be exploring the intersection between spirituality, science, culture, business, leadership and governance.

The first event will take place on November 9th.

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The SCMLi Spiritual Capital Assessment

Discover your personal “store” of Spiritual Capital
Learn how to engage in the Spiritual Capital formation process
Learn how to transfer your personal Spiritual Capital to your organization

The SCMLi Dark Side Assessment

Discover the areas where you can grow as a leader
Identify your unique barriers to more effective leadership
Begin the journey toward holistic moral leadership

Recent Articles

Why We Need Spiritual Capital

Why We Need Spiritual Capital

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On May 20th, 2009, in the aftermath of the American-spawned global financial crisis, the United States Congress passed legislation entitled The Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act of 2009, which simultaneously created the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission to oversee the recovery efforts and explore the precipitating causes of the crisis (FCIC,...
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What is Spiritual Capital?

What is Spiritual Capital?

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Let’s face it, the words “spirituality” and “religion” carry a heavy load in most contemporary societies. An increasingly diversified, globalized and commoditized world has lead to an endless variety of practices, understandings and expressions of spirituality and religion. As a result spirituality and religion are often viewed as pertaining to...
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Why Moral Leadership Renovates the Corporate Structure to Welcome Conflict

Why Moral Leadership Renovates the Corporate Structure to Welcome Conflict

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This Old House Imagine a very old small house being lived in by a quite large family that keeps adopting international kids. The space stays the same, but feels evermore restrictive while the people and their needs keep growing and changing, placing increasing pressure on the old structure. The foundation...
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“The course was eye opening for me and through it, I have improved my moral compass and competency….the learning, I believe has changed my life for the better, both personally and professionally.”

Sohail Daroogar, Dubai – United Arab Emirates

“This course provided me with knowledge and skills to work with a moral issue very close to my heart – which I can use now as a starting point to work with my clients. I really liked the way we were provided research information and we were then given the space and time to discover the learnings ourselves and to then apply the learnings in practical steps to our case study…”

Yuet Mee Ho, Malaysia The Virtues Project

“… I have improved the way I identify, communicate and deal with the increasing complexity of moral issues that arise in today’s global businesses. An essential course if you want to improve the moral values and long-term social sustainability of your business.”

Francisco Viyuela – Madrid,Spain Independent Advisors”

“Before taking the Moral Leadership Course, I thought Moral leadership was about personal values and ethics…Through deep dialogues with the other participants, we come to the same conclusion: leading your organization to service excellence is not possible without Moral Leadership competence. I now feel ready to take on the challenge.”

Stanley Nyoni, Senior Advisor at The Natural Step International

“The great value of this course is the presentation of a new framework, a new style of leadership based on Truth, Nobility, Service and Transcendence. A wonderful program! ”

Gilles Cavalli, France

“This has been … quite extraordinary. My journey has thrown up all sorts of surprises; it has unbalanced those things I felt confident about, set my mind racing, enthralled me with new found knowledge and confidence, and changed some relationships in wonderful ways. ”

Ralph Blundell, London/Southern France

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