Science and creativity come together in a learning story for overwhelmed leaders

Accepting power and recognizing possibility guiding others into a new paradigm of life and business

INDIANAPOLIS, Jan Byars and Susan Taylor release ‘A Call to Wholeness: Empowering Organizations through Possibility.’ This story is simple and short. It considers a reality of coherence and order, where interconnection is primary, and our decisions and actions have the profound impact we intend. One where science and creativity come together to bring out our best selves. Where we can take the time to work for our common good, incorporating our communities and allowing Wholeness and healing to emerge,” authors Jan Byars and Susan Taylor state.

Told as a fictional story underpinned by David Bohm’s understanding of “Undivided Wholeness and Dialogue,” the book is titled “A Call to Wholeness: Empowering Organizations through Possibility” (published by Balboa Press). Combining Byars and Taylors’ years of experience in counseling and coaching both individuals and organizational leaders to offer hope and help to those desiring to move from the turmoil of overwhelm and burnout into a peaceful state of clarity and coherence.

More than just a story, the second half of the book is filled with enhanced by tools, practices, and resources that invites overwhelmed leaders to plant the seeds of transformation, explore self-care, and ultimately uncover their own path deeper into Wholeness.

“It offers leadership literature and science integrated into a story and it is applicable to individuals, organizations, and leaders. The exercises and practices suggested reduce stress and improved critical thinking, clarity, and memory — all of which are essential for today’s realities. Using mindfulness, combined with physiological resilience, and integrating tools to engage more fully to build more effective leaders and organizations. The story itself expands perception, enabling a broader view of what is possible and does this through light humor,” the authors point out.
Leaders will take away an understanding of how to:
Work from Wholeness and interconnection; sensing and knowing there is a solution embedded within every problem.Be responsible for our own internal state and the impact we have on the organization.Commit to our own development and bring ourselves back into coherence, moment to moment.Support each other through this process.Take this capacity into the organization to unlock possibility.Step out of our limited self into an expanding sense of Wholeness.
For more details, please visit
“A Call to Wholeness: Empowering Organizations through Possibility”
By Jan Byars, PhD and Susan Taylor Foreword by Joseph Jaworski
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 182 pages | ISBN 9781982276683
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 182 pages | ISBN 9781982276669; E-Book | 182 pages | ISBN 9781982276676
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Authors
Jan Byars, PhD has integrated multiple fields of study into a distinctly innovative approach that encompasses the whole person and organization. She holds a doctorate degree in leadership and change, a MS in clinical counseling, and is a licensed professional clinical counselor and professional certified HeartMath coach and trainer.
Susan Taylor is a transformational coach and consultant who has worked with thought leaders in the domains of emotional, spiritual, and leadership intelligence for more than 25 years. She helps clients fulfill their deeper purpose by fostering creative and inspiring business environments that support people to learn, grow, and thrive while delivering extraordinary results
Balboa Press, a division of Hay House, Inc. – a leading provider in publishing products that specialize in self-help and the mind, body, and spirit genres. Through an alliance with the worldwide self-publishing leader Author Solutions, LLC, authors benefit from the leadership of Hay House Publishing and the speed-to-market advantages of the self-publishing model.

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