7 Lenses

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  Axiom Business Book Award Winner

— Amazon Best Seller in Kindle Business Ethics Books

— Amazon Kindle Top Rated Book in Business Ethics 

— iTunes Best Seller in Management & Leadership Books

 

 

Foreword by Stephen M. R. Covey

 

  • Upgrade your thinking

  • Learn the ethical nuances of leadership through 7 Lenses & 14 Guiding Principles

  • Learn how to lead in ways that build lasting trust

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“Throughout 7 Lenses, Fisher Thornton invites leaders to think beyond themselves, and communicate openly about ethical responsibility and how to take action in our connected, interdependent world. Ultimately, the 7 Lenses and 14 Guiding Principles are meant to be transformative, and to release positive energy into the workplace, creating great places to work. ”      ActionableBooks.com     

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“‘Decisions based only on profit and convenience do not lead us to a better world,’ writes Linda Fisher Thornton, who teaches in SPCS. Her book offers principles for ethical leadership that produce results and transform communities.”            University of Richmond Magazine (page 11)

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“In 7 Lenses, Linda Fisher Thornton provides a strong framework for leading through the various ethical dilemmas people encounter in the workplace and life in general.”    ValuesBasedLeader.com 

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“I found this book to be a good read on ethical leadership behavior.  It is worth adding to your Leadership library and testing out its ethical conduct actions on your organization.”The Ryde Guy

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“Thornton provides plenty of thoughtful discussion that fleshes out her lenses and how to use them. It’s a very useful book and provides a constructive way of viewing problems.”       Talking Ethics Blog

 

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