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Remoralizing Leaders for the Brave New World of Today

Counselling Leaders For Greater Meaning

From the Desk of:

B.Arch M.A. M.Ed M.Bus
Leadership Counsellor


To: Leaders, Entrepreneurs and Influencers


When it’s all said and done, the leader who inspires a greater meaning influences most profoundly. They stand to build a lasting legacy for the long term.

After all, in today’s transparent, competitive global marketplace, products, content, and services can (and will) sooner or later be copied.

But what can’t be copied so easily is the sense of meaning and purpose which is at the heart of a great organization and institute – which is what all great leaders create.

It’s from the meaning that a specific culture holds that then flows a constant stream of…

INSPIRED INNOVATIONS, INSPIRED CONTENT, AND INSPIRED SERVICES (The commonly agreed upon basis for all ‘competitive advantage’ and how to build a legacy that lasts)

As a leader, the question before you is whether you will embrace this truth and learn how to put this into continual practice… Or whether you’ll ignore this first principle and get buried in meaningless data, tidbit hacks, and shiny new objects.

In the 21st Century, amidst instant, on-demand information, the issue of meaning is dividing people across all levels of society like never before:

> On one hand, there are the people who are now empowered like never before to continually learn new skills, gain more insights – as to create new enterprises, to express untapped potentialities, and to live out ‘impossible dreams’…

> And on the other hand, there is the multitude who are ‘amusing themselves to death’ – trapped in the land of porn, the land of gaming, the land of social media… the real-life ‘Matrix’.

Like Never Before In History, Leaders Must Help to Answer This Question For Themselves and Those They Lead:

Will We Drown In More Information and Become Even More Distracted, More Disconnected, and More Disintegrated?

Will We Let Ourselves and Those We Care About to Get Dumber and Dumber,
Amidst a Brave New World Of Ever Smarter

Or Will We Choose To Become Much MORE, By Choosing a Pursuit of Greater Meaning (and Not Mere Entertainment) And Flourish Like Never Before?

Peter Drucker, the most influential management thinker of the 20th century, once made the observation that in life, we have two paths available for self-improvement – whether in life, in leadership, or in love:

  1. We Can Choose to Minimize Our Weaknesses.
  2. Or We can Choose to Maximize Our Strengths.

Most of us have a primary choice at play, whether we are aware of this fact or not. But all these paths are not created equal…

One path leads to ‘well-roundedness‘, and a conformity to the norm.

The other leads to sharpness of soul, and world-class excellence.

Most people choose the first path, the path of ‘blending in’ with the norm…

But all the great leaders choose the latter, the path that sets forth the norm.

The Center for Meaningful Leadership is for this second type of person.

Our Mission

Center for Meaningful Leadership is a unique leadership counseling organization that helps to unleash the power of a meaningful mission, within and without. Our mission being:

To Remoralize Leaders with the Power of a Meaningful Order

We support leaders to install the leadership Operating System from where engagement, enrollment, and excellence abounds. That is, the leadership that’s grounded in the deep understandings of human dynamics and the full power of meaning.

This is by no means easy and there are no ‘cookie cutter’ approaches either.

That’s why we begin with the foundations of the documentary film, The Great Aha! and the iReawaken Experience, from where we establish the essential first principles.

Welcome to our home.

Center for Meaningful Leadership is based in Melbourne, Australia, and is led by John Angheli – whose mission is to inspire leaders to reach for greater meaning and to rebuild the aims of the good society.

John Angheli is Australia’s foremost leadership counsellor. With numerous degrees, (in Architecture, Business, Education, Philosophy and Film Studies), lecturing in higher education, serving as president of the Australia Life Coaching Society, and much more - John brings fresh perspectives and innovative ideas for how to empower individuals and communities.

John Angheli’s mission is to revolutionize the traditional approach to leadership and tackle the current dysfunctional ideologies present in organizations today. With a focus on unleashing the power of meaning, his mission is to cultivate a new generation of leaders, as to rebuild trust within communities and foster a sense of freedom of expression and optimism about our future.

His latest project, the feature documentary ‘The Great Aha’ - an autobiographical movie that showcases our pursuit of happiness in life – links how our most innate pursuit, frames our entire leadership journey.

Our work is underpinned by three essential values:


[ORIGIN French integrite or Latin integritas intact, formed as + to touch.]

1. The condition of having no part or element taken away or lacking; undivided state; completeness

2. The condition of not being marred or violated; unimpaired or uncorrupted condition; original state; soundness

3. Freedom from moral corruption; innocence, simpleness; Soundness of moral principle; the character of uncorrupted virtue; uprightness, honesty, sincerity.


[ORIGIN Greek automania, from autonomous having its own laws, from AUTO + nomos law]

1. The right or condition of self-government of self, of community, of institution

2. Freedom of the will

3. Independence, freedom from external control or control; personal liberty.


[ORIGIN Old French magnanimite from Latin magnanimitas great + mind]

1. Well-founded high regard for oneself manifesting as generosity of spirit and equanimity in the face of trouble etc; loftiness of thought or purpose; nobility of design or ambition

2. Great courage; fortitude

3. Superiority to petty resentments or jealousy; generous disregard of slights

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