"Dr. Ferguson succeeds in advancing significantly our understanding of how to bring the spiritual side of our lives to the office on a daily basis. She shows, irrespective of one's particular religious credo, how to tap that often neglected side of one's persona and how to be a complete person. Her objective, besides increasing one's personal fulfillment, is to craft organizations with higher consciousness-firms that attend to all those they reach (customers, employees, stockholders, etc.) as people, not as objects. Dr. Ferguson lays out practical steps to achieve this. Francis D. Tuggle, Ph. D., former Dean of Business at Rice University and American University
"In a world where quarterly earnings can become a relentless focus, this book is a refreshing reminder that one's workplace interactions with others provide countless opportunities to learn about oneself and appreciate what's really important in life."
Lisa Long, Executive Vice President of Time Inc.
Dr. Linda Ferguson's recent book, Path for Greatness: Work as Spiritual Service, informs us in clearly understandable language how important our work and our workplace are to our own spiritual growth. It is a clearly written treatise, which if followed, will empower the worker and the manager to transformthe workplace into a more vibrant environment that will facilitate our own and our co-workers spiritual growth.
Dr. Ferguson has provided us with a powerful guide for elevating ourselves to a higher spiritual plan and for transforming our workplace into a more vibrant and satisfying work environment. This book gives us a whole new way of looking at ourselves as workers and our workplace in terms of spiritual growth. Richard Hawkins, Retired Exec. Director Roanoke Valley Speech and Hearing Center
"Linda, I loved your book and really want you to share about it in Pittsburgh and am glad you are being called to talk about it in other places. You have taken a step that others have been shy about doing. I am so honored to know that you come from our Hollins University faculty. I very much look forward to meeting you in person. I am most impressed with your "calling" and your response to it in such a concrete manner."
Elizabeth Hobbs, Hollins University Trustee & retired social workershow more