Artful Work: Awakening Joy, Meaning, and Commitment in the Workplace

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Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 1995 - Business & Economics - 127 pages
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Artful Work sets forth an entirely new way of thinking about all of the work we do, and the organizations that contain our work. The author shows how to bring all four human energies - physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual - together in our workplaces. He offers a compelling guide to honoring artistry in our work, organizations, and leadership roles, and creating workplaces that truly honor our passion. Artful Work speaks to the courageous and hopeful among us who seek to make our work and workplaces more joyful and productive.

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User Review  - Razinha - LibraryThing

Mostly fluff, though I'm sure the author didn't think he was writing fluff. A door closed in my attempted open mind when he started talking about spiritual energy and how we have to incorporate it in the workplace. Physical and mental, yes; even emotional energies, but spiritual? Read full review


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The Spiritual Undercurrent

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Richards is a consultant on matters of leadership, organization change, career development, personal growth, and teamwork to companies in the United States, Europe, and Canada.

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