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[This chapter describes how the immigrant experience of his family inspired Hsiao to practice as a leader the Japanese concept of kaizen, which means “change for the better” or “continuous improvement.” Recounting that his parents made sacrifices to leave their native Taiwan to pursue better...
[This chapter describes how a leader applies practices and principles found in Quaker and Buddhist traditions to senior living and care. Kelly’s organization was founded by Quakers, and he has adopted that faith’s idea of “continuous revelation,” which he translates to mean, as good as something...
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