Spirit & Motivation in the WorkplaceWith more people questioning their lives and choosing less stressful routes to earning a living, a growing interest has developed in creating more harmonious and 'spiritual' workplaces in order to retain and motivate staff. Work provides a marvellous opportunity for us to practice our spiritual principles (whatever they may be for each individual), principles which have lain at the route of civilisation for many years but have been largely lost in Western society today. Sadly, the workplace has been one of the greatest victims of this loss and many are pools of negative energy and places for 'survival of the fittest', rather than hives of positive activity and energy where individuals can truly achieve their potential.
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Applying shamanic principles in the workplace
XenerGie is one of the first companies in Ireland to pioneer a very new approach in leadership training - applying aspects of shamanic principles to some of the modern day human issues in the workplace. We believe that organisations that nurture a holistic approach to human development are more likely to be effective.
Our training takes as its base, leadership and community management practices which are typically used in indigenous tribes around the world today and which would be similar to principles practised by our Celtic ancestors thousands of years ago. This more 'connected' side of human nature is combined with modern leadership and management thinking and practical experience of business situations today.
The course facilitators are all experienced business managers who have themselves investigated and applied a more spiritual path in their own work and personal lives. The course provides a framework, a set of 'tools' and awareness for reviewing the company 'community' from a new perspective. The aim is to increase energy, enhance motivation and communication - all in all to further enhance the cooperation of the 'community' of people within the company.
We offer a two-day introductory course which typically comprises the following:
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