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Spirituality in Leadership with Andrew Cohn

Spirituality in Leadership is a platform for conversations with leaders at all levels about bringing our spiritual dimensions to our leadership, our teams, and our workplaces in order to achieve greater success and fulfillment and build and sustain healthier organizations. “Spiritual dimensions” refer to the parts of each individual that might be deemed “spiritual “, beneath the body, mind, and emotions. Essentially, we will be exploring core human qualities, such as presence, acceptance, loving, stillness, forgiveness, and peace. These qualities are needed in the workplace more than ever before. Spirituality in Leadership is an opportunity to engage in healthy and authentic conversations to enable us to do our best work and live our best lives.




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