The Workplace and Spirituality: New Perspectives on Research and Practice
Marques et al, eds.
Explore the benefits of workplace spirituality in making work
more meaningful and rewarding.
Even as the subject of spirituality in the workplace is gaining momentum, surveys show the number of workers satisfied with their jobs is decreasing. Based on many years of professional, practical experience, the contributors to this powerful anthology help you correct this drop in morale by showing you how to restore meaning and purpose to the workplace.
Offering new perspectives for a spiritual approach to work, each of the contributors to this innovative resource is a business leader, teacher, speaker, or writer on the topic of workplace spirituality. They represent the United States, Canada, Asia, Australia, Europe, and South America. Together, they present a comprehensive understanding of what it means to be a “spiritual workplace” and what it takes to create one.
In today’s rapidly changing, challenging work environment, this is a resource no business leader, business management student, policymaker, or rising leader should be without.
Richard Barrett Margaret Benefiel, PhD Jerry Biberman, PhD Kathy Lund Dean, PhD Satinder Dhiman, EdD Frederick T. Evers, PhD Linda Ferguson, PhD Charles J. Fornaciari, PhD Kerry Hamilton, CPCC, ACC Ellen Hayakawa Tanis Helliwell, MEd Craig E. Johnson, PhD Dr. Richard King Marjo Lips-Wiersma, PhD Joan Marques, EdD James F. McMichael, PhD Jacqueline Miller Julia Mossbridge, PhD Judi Neal, PhD Robert Rabbin Birute Regine, EdD Rev. Lucy Reid Rabbi Dennis S. Ross Lance Secretan, PhDMarques et al, eds.