SPIRIT AT WORK
Meaning and Purpose Through Source Connection
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Philip Merry at Phil@PhilipMerry.com or + 65 9728 0419
Today’s organisations are more insecure and produce more stress than in times gone by, and as such employees are experiencing an increased desire for meaningfulness and fulfilment at work. Research indicates that the more employees experience personal purpose and meaning at work, the more they are committed to the organization. This need for purpose and meaning has been called Spirit at Work.
Spirit at Work reflects a distinct state that involves profound feelings of wellbeing, a belief that one’s work makes a contribution, a sense of connection to others in a common purpose, an awareness of a connection to something larger than self, and a sense of transcendence. Spirit at Work is perceived as beneficial to employees, customers, and employers, in this unique workshop you will learn how to grow Spirit at Work in yourself, your team and organisation.
Spirit at Work defined
Meaning and Purpose at work
Psychological Safety to be “me” and celebrate my whole self
Connection with Community
Increase the sense of doing engaging work characterized by a profound feeling of well-being, higher purpose, alignment and being authentic
Enhance spiritual connection to something larger than self
Build sense of community: a feeling of being connected to others in a common purpose
Experience the mystical: seen as a positive state of vitality, transcendence, and joy
Develop qualities of inspiring leadership
Workshop method will be experiential, interactive, responsive and practical and include: creative learning exercises, group discussions and exercises, individual reflection and self-assessment, behavioural feedback from facilitator and peers, short theory inputs. The workshop is designed to enable participants to understand how they view themselves, others perceive them, and master new skills so that they can transfer the learning directly to improving effectiveness in life and work. Any “spiritual” exercises will be of a mindful and mediative nature where all beliefs and faiths are respected.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Wants to explore connection with spirit
Needs to build a workplace where people are free to express their spirit
Wants to understand how spirit at work helps grow success at work
Leaders who want to become more inspirational
WORKSHOP FACILITATOR PHILIP MERRY
Philip is an accredited facilitator and has consulted for 37 years in over 100 cities and in 59 countries as a global leadership trainer, speaker, consultant helping leaders, teams and organisations deal with stress and life/work integration issues and enabling them to thrive in our global multi-cultural environment. In demand as a facilitator, clients comment on his high level of skill when working in situations where difficult interpersonal dynamics are causing stress and impacting business results. Having spent 27 years living and working in Asia Philip is skilled at working with multi-cultural audiences, his clients commend his ability to put people at their ease and establish a learning climate where people from different cultures feel comfortable to discuss sensitive business issues. A Singapore resident since 1990, Philip is a highly experienced leadership and team coach with some of the world's leading organisations. A UK accredited family and marital therapist for 40 years Philip is well equipped to help participants develop the mindsets and tools that help build Spirit at Work.