Title

Article on the role of religion in the workplace, noting that more companies are

Authors

Sara Donnelly

Source

Mainebiz

Date

4-30-2007

Pages

1, 16-18

Abstract

Article on the role of religion in the workplace, noting that more companies are embracing spirituality and reaping the rewards. Bob Cooper, owner of Bisson Transportation Inc., brings Christian values to his workplace, though he says he avoids "preaching." Peter Whol, a Zen Buddhist who works for Crisis and Counseling Centers in Augusta, says his faith gives him more patience. With comments by Carl Pabst, a Baha'i and owner of Lean on Me, a cane manufacturer in Portland; and Richard Grover, an associate professor in the University of Southern Maine's school of business. With a related article on Tom's of Maine founder Tom Chappell, who says his "Seven Intentions of Values-Centered Leadership" is key to the company's success.

Subjects

Religion, Employment, Work environment

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