New Leaders, New Change-Agents
In conclusion, I would like to draw the reader’s attention to what I believe
is the key concept of this book.
For the most part, the decisions we make each day as individuals and
groups are based on our subconscious and conscious beliefs about sat-
isfying our individual and collective needs. These beliefs are a reflection
of our personal and cultural conditioning concerning what we have to
do to maintain or enhance our individual or collective internal stability
and external equilibrium within the framework of our existence.