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Manifesting Love at Work

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Manifesting Love at Work

Love is the most powerful energy in the world. When you have that, you’re not weaker; you’re actually a lot stronger. That’s the narrative that’s missing out there and needs to be told.

- -John Mackey- -

Manifesting Love at Work

In an insightful excerpt from ‘Shakti Leadership: Embracing the Feminine and Masculine Power in Business’, authors Nilma Bhat and Raj Sisodian express the innovative concept of brining caring and love into the workplace. Conscious companies are embracing this form of leadership, as CEO’s of different companies speak about how to manifest love in a capitalist business world, whilst still being successful. This innovative concept is discussed further in this article, as leaders offer their insight on how to develop the essential capacities of wholeness, flexibility and congruence when leading with the heart, in the workplace. From dealing with the global economic crisis without resorting to lay offs, Casey Sheahan is just one of the CEO’s who share their methods of how they found success through creating and managing a strong team rooted in and driven by love. { read more }

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How could you be more caring in your workplace? What would love look like for you at work?


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