9 Results: honesty
In this dialogue, two pioneers of enlightened business look at what it will take to create a great shift on planet earth, concluding that we have to begin with bringing our own lives into full alignment with our ideals. In the end, they see the largest cultural shifts building from the seemingly small personal shifts in our lives.
- Audio Shorts
IN SEARCH OF HAPPINESS
by Vesela Simic
TWIN TELEPATHY AND THE ILLUSION OF SEPARATION
by Diane H. Powell
THE ADAPTIVE ORGANIZATION
by Carol Mase
A QUIET REVOLUTION: AN INTERVIEW WITH ADYASHANTI
by Steve Donoso
Frontiers of Research
The Return of Psychedelic Research
by Cassandra Vieten, PhD
- Spring 2009
George Zimmer is a member of the IONS Board of Directors.
He is Founder, Chairman of the Board, and CEO of The Men's Wearhouse, Inc. George Zimmer opened the first Men's Wearhouse in 1973 in Houston. Since then, Zimmer has led the company through every phase of its growth. Under Zimmer's leadership, the company has become the largest retailer of men's tailored suit and dress casual clothing in the U.S. and Canada with over 650 stores with $1.3 billion in sales. Zimmer personally grew with his company from an initial sales employee of a single store to a broad strategic corporate thinker and visionary. He attributes much of the company's success to integrating his Servant Leadership values into the corporate culture. The company's financial success and corporate values of collective honesty, sincerity, integrity, responsiveness, authenticity, mutual goodwill, and caring for each other have become a primary focus for Zimmer as CEO. One of Zimmer's proudest achievements is the inclusion of Men's Wearhouse on Fortune's "The 100 Best Companies To Work For" list since 1999.
Zimmer is a rare example of a company co-founder, entrepreneur, TV icon and CEO, who has transitioned his company over the years to $1.3 billion in sales and a listing on the New York Stock Exchange. His humanity developed simultaneously with the growth of his business acumen, which together created a Fortune 1000 company with a spiritual corporate culture.
Are spiritual experiences a by-product of brain chemistry, or do they reflect contact with a higher source? Such questions are the focus of an emerging field of scientific study that is finding common ground between the spiritual and the secular.
9 Results: honesty