When the Souls@Work movement started right before the pandemic, we had no idea what a window would be opening. Now it's here, freedom has unstoppable momentum. This article by Adam Grant nails the breadth of freedom people are now depending.
Building soul connections with your co-workers creates a path for souls at work. Clearing assumptions with your colleagues is a great place to start! Check out this Forbes article by Gia Storms on exactly how to do it.
Written in 1996, and still relevant today, David Whyte perfectly articulates the inner conflict our souls encounter in the workplace. Note: This is not a book a poetry, but beautifully written prose that may serve as a companion as your move through your soul's journey at work.
Companies are showing their souls like never before. In times of crisis, some leaders have stepped up and shown that soul comes first. Watch as this historically un-emotional leader, steps into the arena in this 5:24 video.
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In order to have soul at work, we need to renegotiate the social contract between employee and employer. What is fair in the modern workplace? Just because it's GOOD doesn't mean it's FAIR.
CEO (and CXO) compensation is soaring. Is this unchecked power? Should employees have a voice in how that money is allocated?
Here's a company that faced big challenges and still found soul. If they can do it, you can too.
A recent Gallup poll found that '67% of employees say they are sometimes, very often or always burned out at work.'
What are we doing to ourselves!? Read more on the top 5 causes of burnout here.
Pixar's short 'Inner Workings' shows us all what it can be like to overcome and oppressive work life.