“At this critical time in our world history when the very survival of our planet is at stake, a deeper understanding of practical ways to provide authentic leadership is needed. Kathryn Goldman Schuyler’s carefully selected collection of essays weaves together provocative ideas on leadership from a rich variety of perspectives that if taken to heart can begin a much needed transformation. She has connected the wisdom teachings of Tibetan Buddhism and their relevance to the perils and promises of the modern world in a way that is timely and comes as a blessing to us all.” Tsoknyi Rinpoche, , author of Open Heart, Open Mind; Carefree Dignity, and Fearless Simplicity; globally-respected teacher of Tibetan Buddhism, whose projects include the preservation of sacred Tibetan texts and the spiritual care, education, and welfare for over 3,000 nuns in Nepal and Tibet

“I have long been interested and amazed at how the influence of the Tibetan People, which is a tiny population from literally the end of the earth, has become so great in modern society. Kathryn Goldman Schuyler’s Inner Peace—Global Impact helps us understand this phenomenon which continues to ripple through our modern culture in many ways. A fascinating read!” R. Adam Engle, JD, MBA , Co-Founder and former President, Mind and Life Institute

“This is not leadership as usual. This is leadership as genuinely needed for the challenges of today. The stellar and impeccably credentialed writers Kathryn Goldman Schuyler brings to her volume are well chosen. Together, under her leadership, they powerfully make the vital connections between inner and outer peace. We can’t go on without it.” Anne Carolyn Klein, PhD /Rigzin Drolma, Author of Heart Essence of the Vast Expanse and Meeting the Great Bliss Queen

“Inner Peace – Global Impact is a gift to the world at a time when the wisdom of Tibetan Buddhism is more relevant to humanity than ever. We are at a critical turning point in human development, and if we can grasp and put into practice the teachings shared in this book, we will be able to collectively move ourselves to a higher level of development. Our leadership and our organizations need to be more compassionate, just, and selfless, and this book provides both the inspiration and the examples that can guide us to our greater potential as a global human family.” Judi Neal, Ph.D., Director, Tyson Center for Faith and Spirituality in the Workplace, Sam M. Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas

“Like all great wisdom traditions, Tibetan Buddhism is a “Mansion” with many doors, often intimidating to an inquirer. Kathryn Goldman Schuyler has provided rich access through a door that connects to central concerns of work and leadership. In doing so, she gifts all who wish to deepen their exploration of Tibetan Buddhism’s important contribution to contemporary organizational concerns.” Andre L. Delbecq, PhD, J. Thomas and Kathleen L. McCarthy University Professor; Director, Institute for Spirituality of Organization Leadership; Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University

Inner Peace—Global Impact brings a great deal of new information to those interested in Tibetan Buddhism, including scientists. The authors present a thorough and rich view of this tradition that is so fundamental to a person I love and respect deeply—the Dalai Lama. I learned a lot from this!” Paul Ekman, PhD, Author of over 100 articles and 11 books, including Emotional Awareness, co-authored with the Dalai Lama

“In this ground-breaking collection of essays, scholars, Buddhist teachers, psychologists, business leaders, coaches, philosophers, and artists come together for the first time to examine the contributions of Tibetan Buddhism to leadership from their own field of expertise and from their own lengthy meditation experience. This fascinating volume is an essential reading for anyone who wants to know about this emerging paradigm.” Antoine Lutz, PhD, Senior Scientist, Waisman Lab for Brain Imaging & Behavior, Center for Investigating Healthy Minds, Univ. Wisconsin-Madison, author of 3 book chapters and over 24 peer-reviewed neuroscientific studies of the brain and consciousness.

“Considering that we have so much "inner discontent—global conflict" in the world, what Inner Peace—Global Impact and its eminent authors present is wise and very relevant. A high quality of themes, authors, and messages for leaders.” Prasad Kaipa, PhD, CEO Advisor and Coach, Kaipa Group, Sr. Fellow, Center for Leadership, Innovation, and Change, Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, India