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Fast Tracks Insight Interview
Judith Neal

Leveraging Spirit at Work

An interview with Judith Neal

A pionoeer in the field of workplace spirituality shares why and how we can foster spirit at work.

"Spirituality already exists in the workplace. It can be valuable, not to mention profitable, and we need to pay attention to it."

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Judith Neal is the Director of the John H. Tyson Center for Faith and Spirituality in the Workplace at the University of Arkansas. She received her Ph.D. from Yale. She was the Founder of The International Center for Spirit at Work, and the International Spirit at Work Awards.  Judith authored  Edgewalkers:  People and Organizations that Take Risks, Build Bridges and Break New Ground. Judith helped to co-found the Management, Spirituality and Religion Interest Group at the Academy of Management, and was the group’s second Chair.  She is also a co-founding editor of the Journal of Management, Spirituality, and Religion.  She is currently working on a book titled Creating Enlightened Organizations:  Unleashing Full Human Potential at Work. She is Professor Emeritus at the University of New Haven, and Program Coordinator of the Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership program at the Graduate Institute.

Contact Information:
(479) 575-3721

Edgewalkers: People and Organizations That Take Risks, Build Bridges, and Break New Ground