Good Work: Meditation for Personal & Organisational Transformation
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Laurence Freeman defines good work as 'work that brings out the best in the people who do it, and brings enduring benefit to those who are influenced by it'. This book is about how meditation helps to make work, good work, while transforming the workplace environment through more humanly rich and enjoyable encounters. The first part concentrates on the fundamentals of meditation as a universal and inclusive practice found in all wisdom tradition. It then shows how the experience enriches the experience of work itself with meaning. In the second part of the book, successful leaders from the corporate world who practice meditation speak from experience about the value of a contemplative approach to work and leadership.
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