Art-Soul-Health’s evidence-based approach to humanizing the workplace is rooted in extensive research on the correlation between excellent work and the cultivation of spiritual assets such as mindfulness, compassion, and vulnerability. Our research demonstrates how the arts play a pivotal role in fostering an innovative, healthy and socially-engaged workplace culture.

The Business of Doing Good
On Being

Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of GOOD Magazine and a lecturer at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, addresses dysfunction in the workplace and asserts that young professionals are seeking community and common humanity in their work.

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There is No Courage Without Vulnerability
Association of American Medical Colleges

Social Researcher Brené Brown, PHD, urges academic medical institutions to embrace the human side of medicine. Brown demonstrates that vulnerability and feeling safe enough to be vulnerable are two of the most important factors in determining success and productivity.

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The Life We Spend at Work
Adam Grant

Organizational Psychologist Adam Grant, a professor at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, emphasizes the value of meaningful interactions marked by respect and trust at work.

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Radical Self-Inquiry
Jerry Colonna

Jerry Colonna, Co-Founder and CEO of the Leadership Development company Reboot, demonstrates how “radical self-inquiry” is key to professional success.

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Conflict in the Workplace
Esther Perel

Building on more than 30 years of experience in organizational consulting, renowned psychotherapist and bestselling author Esther Perel asserts that relational intelligence is one of the top determinants of business success.

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Creative Exchange Within the Workplace
Shaun McNiff

Shaun McNiff, Professor of Art Therapy at Lesley University, elaborates on the essentiality of creative exchange within the workplace.

“Communities and relationships committed to the mutual creation of new forms will change the world as we know it.”

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Redesigning Workplaces
Jane LeVere

Business journalist Jane Levere reports on how leading companies around the world are redesigning workplaces to enhance employee connectivity as teams return to the office.

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Cognitive Flexibility
Olivier Auguste Coubard

Neuropsychology Researcher Olivier Auguste Coubard demonstrates how creative movement contributes to cognitive flexibility, a skill that is essential in processing complex ideas and working collaboratively with teams.

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Expressive Arts
Aimie Purser

Aimie Purser, PDH, Lecturer at the University of Nottingham, introduces the expressive arts as a tool for self-actualization, healing and meaningful connection with others.

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