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The Universal Circle is based on the teachings of Unitarian Universalism with a Transcendentalist Leaning, Easter Traditions and Wisdom Traditions. This service is led by Rev., Dr. Om Prakash, Unitarian Universalist Minister doing a Sat Yoga and Healing Ministry in the Philadelphia area. These pre-recorded services will be available Sunday mornings 10AM for those who would like to deeply explore spirituality and growth, but don't have time to make it to a traditional service e
Hosts Jamie Sanders and Cindy Lippert talk with up and coming actor JOHN DOWNEY about his acting career in Hollywood and his personal spiritual journey. This colorful and multi-talented entertainer will share how he balances the world of the entertainment industry all while working and maintaining his spiritual practices. Listen in and open up!
We'll explore how American Express is building generational intelligence as a way to ensure the company is recruiting, developing and engaging top Millennial talent to meet their business transformation needs. Plus, learn how the American Express BlueWork program marries various work styles with appropriate workspaces to assist the company in managing work expectations of different generations in the workplace. Our guest is Christina Schelling, vice president of human resources at American Express.
Christina will expand on these topic in person at the 2020 Workplace Network member meeting, hosted by American Express in New York City, on May 16 and 17. Find out how you can register as a guest by emailing email@example.com.
And read more about these topics in "Flexible Workspaces: Employee Perk or Business Tool to Recruit Top Talent?" by Jeanne Meister on Forbes.com.
Welcome to our service.
Can We Heal Ourselves in the World of Confusion
by Om Prakash
Join us as we explore the possibility of using the methods for healing and self care given to us and note how most of them have been coopted. Is it possible to take them back? We shall see.
I am pleased to have special guest, Lake Lambert on my program to discuss religion at work.
Lake Lambert is Dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, and author of Spirituality, Inc.: Religion in the American Workplace (New York University Press, 2009). Prior to his administrative appointment at Mercer in 2010, he taught religion and ethics at Wartburg College in Iowa where he was the Board of Regents Chair in Ethics. He earned his Ph.D. in social ethics from Princeton Theological Seminary and both BA and MTS degrees from Emory University.
Casual Fridays is suppose to be easy. Slip on a pair of jeans and go. So why has casual Fridays become almost a literal term in the workplace? Why are so many women and men having problems hitting it on point. Its either your too casual or not exactly casual. I think Casual Fridays is another term for Dressy Causal, Casual Chic(which is a whole other topic). Causal Fridays is an balance between Monday and Friday. Not Monday through Friday. Its simply Monday AND Friday combined.Casual Fridays were supposed to be a "break" a sense of relaxation from suits at the workplace daily. But the problem with Casual Fridays is that it was designed for men. Think about casual pants. I think of khakis and a polo. Unfortunately women don't have that benefit. Although we have more options its the problem with the endless options of jeans...what color,kind,wash,cut????? For women Casual Fridays dress code isn't exactly clear. In some cases Casual Fridays have come with a list of what to and not to wear. What started out to be something fun and simple has become stressful and complicated.Whats supposed to be Casual Fridays has transformed into Formal Fridays(which is more of an Monday AND Friday look).By stating Formal instead of Casual makes the "unwritten rules" a lot clearer. In todays show we're going to discuss some of the rules and what to wear instead of what not to wear in the workplace on Casual(or in some cases Formal) Fridays.
Will the Real Satan Please Sit Down!
This is Part 2 of the sermon on Reclaiming the Devil and understanding how concepts of the devil, from the conservative Christian perspective, can explain a great deal of what is happening in the world right now when we demythologize it.
This is a stand alone service and Part 2 where we compare the idea of the devil, or Satan, with the human ego and our constant struggle to overcome negative, internalized messages, in this po
Who: These Empowerment Zones are for anyone who is serious about having more or better in their Business and/or Workplace. This means having the power to change things!
What: These Zones are important areas of the Empowerment Zones because everything starts with and in you, which is “your mind and how you think”. There are two vital areas we as Believers must control and develop, they are: What we “believe” and how we “behave”.
Why: Because the power that God has given to us, is in us, and we have to know how to connect to that power and be able to activate it.
Benefits: You can become a person that is no longer moved by the conditions and circumstances of your life, but is moving by the power that is within you! Ephesians 3:20
How: Through our 3P process of Preparing, Positioning, and Promoting; We help you to create an environment where you will be able to Be more so you can Do more, which will cause you to Have more in life.
So if you are serious about experiencing a totally higher level of Success and Power in your Business and/or Workplace - turn in and Join The Conversation!
In today’s interview I will be talking to E.G. Sebastian on workplace bullying.
E.G. is an international speaker, who speaks six languages, and presents extensively on behavior and personality related topics, such as conflict management, effective communication, dealing with difficult people, and dealing with bullying.
In this interview I will ask him why workplace bullying is an important topic - in fact so important that he decided to write a book on it. I will also ask him about:
The types of people who are most likely to become targets of bullying What can one do to stop the mistreatment - stop the bullying Is there anything one's manager can do to help the employee in these situations? How can one report bullying to their superiors most effectively? This is a very important topic. I think we should all listen to this interview.
The Satan Concept
During this service we will explore the concept of Satan. By dividing the mythic belief in an actual being walking around in human form on earth, to the deeply meaningful concepts behind the concept of Satan, or the Devil, we will explore the lessons to be learned by observing this myth.
We will explore the devil from the Pentecostal perspective and then explore it more deeply for its sociological and psychological implications