This book is the result of a five-year study of six exceptional social leaders. Frank Loy is a diplomat who helped refugees, served as an Assistant Secretary of State, and is recognized throughout Washington, D.C., as an enduring positive force. Steve Percy, a former CEO of BP Americas, and a corporate Board member since, once served Warren Buffett's Shaw Industries, through an assignment with my firm across three years. Eileen Fisher is the legendary multi-decade and recognized fashion designer, and owner of her own global brand, Eileen Fisher. Linda Coady, who my agent says is the most intriguing of the bunch, is the former Sustainability and Planning Director of the Vancouver Olympics, where she dealt first-hand with issues exactly like the pandemic now before the world. Linda's lifework will reach many trying to reconcile social unrest with the needs of their organization. The other two leaders are financial leaders, one a CEO of a $22 billion progressive investment house known as Calvert Investments and Research. I call the final case study on Jack Robinson "The Rock of Dignity." You will need to read his case to understand the rich implications of all of us for our next century.