Spirituality in the Workplace
A Tool for Relations, Sustainability and Growth in Turbulent and Interconnected Markets
- Available for pre-order. Item will ship after April 27, 2021
As we become more and more of a global trading world, the challenges of leading and managing within this turbulent environment and its associated, complex, interconnected markets and disconnected relationships, "How far can any change requirements be practically engaged with, whilst also keeping the employee at the organisations central core?" Today’s business world cries out for people who can lead with a cross-cultural global perspective, who can lead from the heart as well as the mind and address and manage problems on not just an integrated local level, but also with a, healthy, holistic perspective. The subject of spirituality has been long discussed within academic research, but there still seems to be misunderstanding and stagnation of both its real meaning and application amongst business academics, the population and organisations alike.
This book aims to provide a realistic message, to help those who are looking for some answers; for those who are looking for a way to advance their own skill-set and progress both their careers and the organisations current standing; to move from being confused and insecure about strategies and tactics, to positively contributing to the employees wellbeing and the businesses overall purpose and intention. By basing the content upon real and relevant, interesting, modern-day perspectives, applications, requirements, opportunities and benefits, all combined into a manual for thought and a practical framework for action, this book will significantly and realistically move the subject of spirituality forward.
This book will be of interest to researchers, academics and students with a special interest in the influence of spirituality within the workplace and every day, healthy, living.
Table of Contents
1. Setting the scene. 2. What is it, all and not, about? 3. Not starting the spiritual journey. 4. Culturing cells. 5. Inventing the wheel for the global era. 6. An ending without a conclusion. 7. Leviticus: Now vs The best guesstimate.
Dr Stephen J Broadhurst is an Independent Consultant, Change Agent and Expert in Business Administration, UK.