In the workplace
How may the Celtic tradition inform the modern workplace of today?
It's widely accepted today that one of the most important factors in a company's long-term success is the ingenuity of its internal work culture. The need has never been greater for modern organizations to create and facilitate a work culture that is both courageous and compassionate and that encourages and respects the unique innovative process of all its members.
Celtic Consciousness has developed and designed a unique 60-minute seminar that focuses specifically on those necessary traits found in today's most successful corporate cultures.
Using the ancient Gaelic language artforms of traditional Song, mythological Story, and Poetry as its foundation, this one of kind talk, explores the deeper understandings of these texts and songs in relation to:
COURAGE AND PASSION IN THE WORKPLACE
So often, in the congested, busy, working world of today, we lose touch and disregard that hidden force that drew us to the very desks we're sitting or standing at. This Celtic Consciousness seminar aspires to reconnect with that root that grew to lead us to the work positions we hold today. It is from this clarity and centering, that passion and fearlessness are accessed and derived.
THE INDIVIDUAL INNOVATIVE PROCESS
Here we broaden and deepen the understanding and appreciation of one's own unique innovative process. Every single human being interprets the world differently. It is this inner meaning-making capacity that creates the individual. In recognizing and honoring this genius we can come to wholly rely upon on it to create original work and think outside the box.
AN ENVIRONMENT OF ENCOURAGEMENT AND COOPERATION
The Gaelic word for co-operation is 'Comhoibriú' which translate literally as working in harmony with one another. No one is less than the other, all working on a level together. It is no wonder that the most respected mythological Irish warrior tribe, Na Fianna, held in highest regard the care and nurturing of its younger members. We will explore the idea of work as service. Leaving behind the dated rhetoric of 'What can I get from this' and instead, engaging in the deeper more fruitful narrative of how can one be of service.