What We’re Learning
From the Blog
This article intends to transport readers right into the June of 1865 Texas when the slaves of Galveston first learned of their freedom. As a way to honor the Juneteenth holiday with an exercise in empathy, readers are briefly guided in imagining the harsh circumstances that slaves endured, and then invited to consider the things from which they long to be free in their own lives.
In observance of Father’s Day, the team at Integrated Work took a moment to honor the role each of our fathers (or father figures) had in helping us become the leaders we are today. We reflect on the lessons we gathered from our fathers and make sense of them through the lens of the ideals that ground our organization. We share their collective impact with you in hopes that it may inspire deepened consideration of the fatherhood you may have experienced in your own life.
The Conscious Professional
Transform Your Life at Work
Forward-thinking professionals of all ages and all levels know that having a mindset of learning helps you to stay relevant, innovative, and creating at the top of your game. So, instead of waiting for others to provide opportunities for professional growth, you can create your own — immediately.
In The Conscious Professional, Integrated Work Founder, Jessica Hartung, outlines the micro-identity shifts that turn work into a learning laboratory—helping to build the leadership capacity needed to solve our workplace’s and the world’s most challenging problems.
Jessica’s unique approach utilizes “real-time leadership development,” using actual work challenges as the case study to grow new levels of leadership. Written for mission-driven leaders at all levels, The Conscious Professional demonstrates how the next great change in work will not be a technological jump or an engagement initiative, but a leap in human mindfulness, self-directed development, and intentional collaboration. Find out more at ConsciousProfessional.com.
“Education is the key to unlocking the world, a passport to freedom.”
— Oprah Winfrey