Bath, ME, June 29, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- In an era of corporate ethics violations, Wall Street bailouts and a new economy, a book on practicing nobility in business continues to receive kudos four years after its release.
Written by Darwin Gillett, Noble Enterprise: The Commonsense Guide to Uplifting People and Profits was recently named one of the “Top 40 Business Books” by John Spence, a noted business consultant and seminar leader.
The new leadership
In a blog post at http://blog.johnspence.com/2012/05/top-40-business-books/, Spence explains that when he served as an instructor for the Entrepreneurial Masters Program at MIT last month, long considered one of the most prestigious programs of its kind in the world, attendees, who were from various points around the globe, asked for his top business books recommendations. Spence’s list includes Gillett’s Noble Enterprise.
In fact, in November of 2008, John Spence called Noble Enterprise, “One of the best business books I have ever read…It does such an incredible job of getting to the heart and soul of what it takes to run a truly successful business in modern times.”
As an expert adviser and inspiring speaker who helps companies get back on track, Darwin Gillett’s pioneering approach stresses the importance of nurturing the character and spirit of a company and its people as the only true path for achieving sustainable business success.
A competitive advantage
Gillett says that nobility is a sustainable competitive advantage for businesses. He explains, “Not only is nobility not easy to replicate; it isn’t even seen by most competitors, who are looking for surface drivers.”
Building on his book’s success, Gillett, who is founder and president of a consultancy called Noble Advisors, has developed the Noble Enterprise Pathways to Success program for companies facing difficult business challenges.
Gillett’s website at www.NobleAdvisors.com provides more information on the program and the book, and also invites visitors to read the first chapter of his book free of charge.