Chicago (PRWEB) October 18, 2011
Businesses have often run under the assumption that efficiency and productivity automatically equal success, measured solely in terms of profit. From his energy-based approach to interior design and his appearances on HGTV, readers familiar with Cary G. Weldy will appreciate this new offering, " Spiritual Values In The Workplace: The Soul of Success in the 21st Century (published by Balboa Press), in which Weldy discusses the new paradigm that is emerging, in which companies, larger or small, are producing greater results and happier work environments.
A new model based on transcendent values is developing, one where businesses both large and small are led by values, instead of being driven by sales and profits. Spiritual Values In The Workplace illustrates how employees and leaders are moving towards the attitude of ‘how may I serve’, instead of ‘what’s in it for me’, and basing their actions on love, rather than fear and ego.
“During my tenure in working for Fortune 500 companies, I became disenchanted with the contradiction between what companies said they stood for and what was happening in the workplace,” says Weldy. “It became apparent that most companies lack heart and soul, and they seem to focus on key drivers such as profitability, goals and competition.”
Spiritual Values In The Workplace teaches how people can excel by practicing intuition, rather than relying on facts and data, and using the power of synchronicity to accomplish more, as opposed to the traditional way of needing to perform faster in a pressured environment. Diversity can be celebrated and expressed in a company culture, rather than forced, and the development of inner work for the individual will benefit companies more than classical teamwork and training programs. The book addresses how meditation can be one of the most powerful tools for fostering creativity and product development, and also shares natural and practical ways that companies can improve productivity.
About the Author
Cary G. Weldy worked for Fortune 500 companies in sales and marketing management for 12 years before leaving the corporate world behind to start his own construction business. Realizing that many of his clients needed design help, he expanded his company into a design and construction firm, Cary Weldy LLC. Cary’s projects have been featured in print media and on HGTV, including a 2008 episode of the hit TV show “My Big Amazing Renovation.” Weldy is writing his second book about creating healing and nurturing environments, and also looks forward to future television projects. For more information, visit http://caryweldy.com/.
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