The Cape is a children’s book written for all ages. It is written as a parable with lessons to be learned at ANY level from Kindergarten classroom to executive boardroom.
We can do so much more when we work together and leverage everyone’s collective strengths. Instead, in our present culture, we compete, compare, and criticize. We can do better together for EVERYONE when we learn to foster cooperation, collaboration, and compassion in our organizations at all levels.
Our mission is to inspire leaders of all ages to use their strengths and talents to reach their potential and become their best selves. We hope The Cape helps all who read it recognize that leadership is not about position, power, or assignment. What is its about is: #nothingbutlove, using out talents to help others, and creating success by working together to elevate everyone. Comparison, criticism, and competition permeate our classrooms, our clubs, our teams, our businesses, and our society. We’d like to The Cape to remind the world about cooperation, collaboration, and compassion and maybe, just maybe, make the world a better place
What is it?
The Cape is a children’s book…sort of. The fun pictures and simple story make it perfect for younger audiences. It’s parabolic message is ageless, with something for everyone, from Kindergarten classrooms to executive boardrooms.
How did it start?
It all started with an entrepreneur-crush. Simon Sinek’s pioneering work Leaders Eat Last spoke to my soul. I read this and all his books with the fervor of a kid after cookies.
Sinek’s message of servant leadership resonated with me. I’ve always believed in leading with love, but his message was both poignant and timely, and a powerful inspiration. As I pondered and prayed about my own leadership situations, the story began to take shape.
We saw a need. The inspiration came. The story unfolded. Glenn Harmon caught the vision and brought our words to life. Now, we need YOUR support and backing to move forward in and make The Cape available to all!
Why the World Needs The Cape
We can do so much more when we work together and leverage everyone’s strengths. In our present culture, we tend to compete, compare, and criticize. When we begin, instead, to foster cooperation, collaboration, and compassion everyone benefits at all levels in an organization. If we are to become the individuals, the teams, the businesses, the society that we are meant to become, we need the principles of The Cape.