Working for Good: Making a Difference While Making a Living

Jeff Klein

Sounds True,  September 2009

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A Practical Guidebook for Building and Operating a Successful Conscious Enterprise

The words "business" and "social change" may seem contradictory, but the fact is a successful business may be the most powerful force for positive change in the world today. With Working for Good, Jeff Klein presents a how-to guidebook for becoming a conscious entrepreneur -- one who addresses social issues while running a profitable business based on integrity and self-actualization.

Putting the tools of conscious business development firmly in our hands, Jeff takes us step by step through the five essential skills of Working for Good, showing how to:

  • Deeply engage others with your work by expressing your humanity through embodied awareness
  • Sustain both your business and your values by establishing purpose grounded in principles
  • Generate rich experiences in and outside of work through a network of spirited connection and collaboration

For anyone who has yearned to make a good living in service of real social change, Jeff Klein offers an indispensable read that is at once deeply inspirational and wholly practical.

Paperback | ISBN: 9781591797265 | Publication Date: September 2009

Reviews:

"Jeff Klein provides insights on how to uncover one's best self and help co-create businesses where everyone flourishes."
-- John Mackey, chairman and CEO of Whole Foods Market

"Jeff's work will resonate with readers through his focus on the gratifying and lucrative results of building teamwork, collaboration, community, and trust in your organization -- all while making a living."
-- Kip Tindell, chairman and CEO of The Container Store

"Working for Good provides insights, inspiration, and tools for cultivating the skills to do exceptional things in service to your business and the greater good."
-- Chip Conley, founder and CEO of Joie de Vivre and author of PEAK: How Great Companies Get Their Mojo from Maslow