ENTHUSIASTICALLY INVITED to take a step in your life that can change how you
work, as well as how you view your career and your contribution to the world.
your active participation in
Values at Work, you can be “at home” in making spirituality the
inner context for your work as well as gain confidence in using work for
spiritual development and for expressing that spiritual growth in service to others.
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Human Values at Work:
Making spirituality the inner
context for your work
Human Values at
developed by the Global Dharma Center, in
partnership with Dr. Peter Pruzan, professor emeritus at the
Copenhagen Business School, and his wife, Kirsten Pruzan
Mikkelsen, a journalist and former editor who worked for
almost 30 years at
Det Berlingske Hus,
a major publishing house
is a self-guided
workbook programme that focuses on how you can
work in accord with your own spiritual view of life and five human values
that are found cross-culturally in all spiritual traditions: Truth,
Righteousness, Peace, Love and Non-violence. This programme has been designed for
you to take on your own and/or in a group setting.
your own, you can pace yourself through the exercises.
part of a group, you can: (a) do the exercises together with the others in
the group, or (b) do them at your own pace and come together at specified
times for group sharing and dialogue.
You can download, at no cost, the
workbook and the leader guide from
this website in an Acrobat PDF format.
Each module requires about 3 hours for
reading and completing the self-inquiry questions, plus another 6 – 7 hours
if a group wishes to discuss their answers together.
Human Values at Work
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