Bringing Our Souls to Work: How to Create an Inspiring, Meaningful, and Engaging Workplace and World
Thursday, April 30th, 2020
11:30 AM PST/2:30 PM EST
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As a leader, you and your team don’t want to just show-up, you want phenomenal results, knowing you made a difference. That’s what makes us human. We have heart and a mind, and we put them both to good use.
The problem is, we all get so caught up in the day to day, we forget why we are doing what we do. We bring our minds to work, but we rarely think about bringing our hearts, minds, and souls to work. This leaves us feeling empty. What if we brought the whole person, all in? What if we could accomplish even more, with a greater sense of purpose, belonging, and fulfillment?
In this webinar, we will be joined by Ryan McCarty, Internationally sought-after speaker, author and Co-Founder of Culture of Good. We’ll address the stress, anxiety, fear of failure, and feeling that you are running on empty, and instead, how to develop a healthier business, healthier relationships, and a healthier you. Ryan calls this, “Bringing our soul to work” where we go from empty to full – knowing we’ve made a difference.
Internationally renowned speaker and author of the groundbreaking book "Build A Culture Of Good"
Ryan knows what it is like to feel empty. He knows what it is like to feel vulnerable. He also knows know what it is like for someone to come alongside him in his time of greatest need, when confronted with a tragic situation as a young child. That sense of emptiness and vulnerability provided him with a sense of calling and compassion for others. He found passion in leading non-profit organizations, helping the most vulnerable around the world. And although he may not look like it, he was a pastor in his community for over 20 years. And you know what? When he transitioned over to the business world, Ryan found out that people have the same basic needs in the workplace. At his company, he developed a movement known as “The Culture of Good” that impacted over 3,000 employees in 42 states. The results were dramatic, with over $6 million provided to various communities. The Culture of Good directly impacted their employees as well (lower turnover, a greater sense of purpose and buy-in) and the bottom-line for the company.