Religion and the Workplace: Pluralism, Spirituality, Leadership

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Cambridge University Press, 2003. gada 30. okt. - 222 lappuses
How can company leaders and employees negotiate their different religious and spiritual commitments in the workplace? At a time of international debate over religious conflict and tolerance, workforces in various parts of the world are more diverse than ever before. Religion and spirituality are often central to employees' identities. From the perspective of the employer, however, they can be distracting or divisive influences. This book analyzes the situation and proposes constructive solutions based on a notion of respectful pluralism which allows space for the expression of individual beliefs and practices.
 

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The changing American context
11
The corporate interest in spirituality
27
Which spirituality in the workplace?
48
Conflicts at work is religion distinctive?
63
Being religious differently
89
Religions of the workplace
113
Comparative contexts India and Singapore
134
Respectful pluralism at work
159
Leadership for a pluralistic workplace
184
Bibliography
201
Index
214
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Dr Douglas A. Hicks is Assistant Professor of Leadership Studies and Religion at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond, Virginia. He is author of Inequality and Christian Ethics, published by Cambridge University Press in 2000. His articles have appeared in The Leadership Quarterly, The Journal of Religious Ethics, World Development, and The Journal of Ecumenical Studies and he contributed to the CD-ROM On Common Ground: World Religions in America. An ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA), he is an editor, with J. Thomas Wren and Terry L. Price, of the three-volume reference work The International Library of Leadership.

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