Often, a company’s competitive advantage depends on how intelligent the firm is at observing and interpreting the dynamic world context in which it operates.
Eleftheria Egel, PhD
Eleftheria Egel, PhD, is an independent scholar & management consultant. Her research interests center on workplace spirituality; in particular, on how spirituality can create the foundation for global leadership, sustainability and enhance harmony in multicultural organizational environments that include Muslim employees. She has held positions as adjunct professor at the International University of Monaco (www.monaco.edu) and the University of People (www.uopeople.edu). She mainly works as management consultant with the International Institute for Spiritual Leadership (http://iispiritualleadership.com/). Their goal is to assist organizations to maximize their triple bottom line through the implementation of a specific model of spiritual leadership, the Spiritual Leadership Model (SLM). Eleftheria aspires to contribute to the unfolding leadership trend that supports inclusive and sustainable development for businesses and their communities through spirituality.