"A gutsy book. Marcic has spoken honestly about the responsibilities and motivations at work in a way no one has dared before. [This book] should be read by everyone interested in management and organization." -Lawrence M. Miller, President, Miller Howard Consulting Group
"Dorothy Marcic has found some men and women in business who are chasing sales and profits like everyone else, but who are living in a different world than many of us a world of trust and faith and love and even serenity! This book shows us how that is possible." -Peter Vaill, author of Learning as a Way of Being and Managing as a Performing Art
"With the discipline of a good scholar and the insight of a sage, Dorothy Marcic has extracted the most profound lessons from the world's wisdom literature, and has synthesized them into a compelling guide for those who would manage with the wisdom of love. But don't expect wispy new age idealism here, because Ms. Marcic has illustrated her material with persuasive, specific examples from today's American workplace." -James A. Autry, former CEO of Meredith Corporation and the author of Confessions of an Accidental Businessman, Love and Profit, and Life and Work
"Moves the reader beyond today's poverty stricken business to a business of well-being....It also provokes the inevitable for everyone: the discovery of self." -John Hormann, coauthor of Creative Work
[For use on front cover:] "It is a time of virulent change. Many are being left far behind. Cynicism is rampant. But Dorothy Marcic offers a message of hope and, yes, love. Work...Virtue...Love. The three can and should fit in the same workspace. Read this book, then ask, 'Why Not?' " -Tom Peters
"This book is a must for those in leadership positions who are committed to establishing people- and team-centered organizations that are truly empowered." -Carl M. Skoogland, Vice President, Ethics Director, Texas Instruments Inc.