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Center for Spirit at Work announces the finalists

for the 2013 Spirit at Work Awards

Kansas City, MO (May 21, 2103) The Center for Spirit at Work is proud to announce the finalists  for their 2013 Spirit at Work Awards program, according to Vince Sabia, Chairman of the Board, The Center for Spirit at Work. The finalists are One More Cup, Kansas City MO., Heartland Habitat for Humanity, Kansas City, KS., C3, Creative Consumer Concepts, Overland Park, KS., Sandler Training,  Overland Park, KS., and OMNI Employment Management Services, LLC, Overland Park, KS.

The Center’s awards program seeks to honor those businesses that demonstrate the values of the organization which include the integration of ethical values, social consciousness and spirituality in the workplace and business culture. The purpose of the award program is to affirm the values of inspiration, integration, interconnectedness and inclusiveness in area businesses.

Honorees will receive their award at the Spirit at Work Awards Breakfast, Friday morning, June 14, 2013, at the Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral event space, 415 West 13th Street, Kansas City, MO 64105.

The Center for Spirit at Work was founded in 1997 as a non-denominational, non-profit organization to support individuals in their integration of ethical values, social consciousness and spirituality in the workplace. The Center recognizes that all religious, social and philosophical traditions can bring growth to the worker and, more specifically, that the culture of an organization positively affects the spirituality of the individual worker. More information, or to contact The Center, call (913) 800.3706, or email info@centerforspiritatwork 

Please join us in honoring the 2013 Spirit at Work Award Recepients

June 14, 2013
Spirit at Work Award Breakfast

Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral
415 West 13th Street
Kansas City, MO 64105

 

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The Center for Spirit at Work

In response to increasing awareness and hunger for the value of spirituality, we are pleased to present The Center for Spirit at Work. After much thought, this is the name chosen to replace the Cathedral Center for Faith and Work. This new name more accurately identifies our mission focused on the spiritual, ethical and social issues confronting today’s worker. Rest assured, we intend to maintain the same standards in all programs and with your help these programs will be improved and expanded. As Helen Keller said, “The world is moved along, not only by the mighty shoves of its heroes, but also by the aggregate pushes of each honest worker.”

The connection between spirituality and a successful enterprise has been studied and confirmed in many ways. There is ample evidence that most people ardently wish they could find some way to experience and express their spirituality in the workplace, yet hesitate to do so.

Originally a study group of professionals, the Center has grown steadily since 1996. Today, programs are offered to workers at all levels, aimed at satisfying their noble and spiritual yearning.

The Center for Spirit at Work offers people of all beliefs the opportunity to explore this desire through a variety of programs. Community leaders in business, labor, government, education and religion describe their aspirations, conduct and approach to daily challenges. Opportunities to reflect, renew and deepen these qualities are offered in several venues. There are also practical presentations and workshops provided to individuals in transition.

It is our hope that connecting work and spirituality will  lead to deeper meaning, increased creativity and greater personal satisfaction. We look forward to your participation and welcome your suggestions for improving our programs.

 

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