Table of contents for Being human at work : bringing somatic intelligence into your professional life / edited by Richard Strozzi-Heckler.

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Table of Contents
Introduction											xx
Career as Calling
For the Sake of What						Richard Leider		xx   
Leading the Way
The Leadership Dojo: Leadership as a Path of Awakening	Richard Strozzi-Heckler  	xx
Embodied Leaders Changing Low-Income Communities	Judith Rosenberg		xx
Leading by Listening						Ariana Strozzi-Heckler 	xx
Taking It to the Organization
The Body of Management					Robert Dunham		xx
The Fundamentals of Practice				Woody Allen			xx
Wringing out an Old Sponge:					Tom Lutes			xx
Where Personal Dysfunction Meets the Pretense of Corporate Caring		
Leadership Development and Increased Productivity at WorkPeter Luzmore		xx
Listening to Bodies Long-Distance:				Suzanne Zeman		xx		The Power and Possibility of Telephone Coaching
Taking It to Education
When the Classroom Door Swings Inward		Peter Reilly				xx
The Embodied Writer: The Flesh into Word		Mary Wagner				xx
The Somatic Engineer					Peter Denning, Ph.D.			xx
Somatics and Parenting				Karen Short				xx
The Healing Path
Building a Better Deathbed				Patrick Clary, M.D.			xx
The Seeds of Self-Awareness:				Denise Benson			xx
Practice in Adolescents
Fighting for Dignity					Rich Poccia				xx
From Deadly Dance to Dance of Delight		Paula Love				xx
From Surviving to Thriving				Jennifer Cohen			xx
The Power of Somatics in Sobriety 			J. Clare Bowen-Davies		xx
Conquering Chronic Headaches:			Jan Mundo				xx
Somatic Self-Care for Transforming Pain
Something Happened ...				Michael Moran			xx
The Military
A Model for Decision Making for the Military Leader			       
 						Lt. Colonel Fred Krawchuk, US Army	xx
A Lesson in Fear				Capt. John Duvall, USMC			xx
Contributors											xx

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Job satisfaction, Mind and body, Centering (Psychology)Motivation (Psychology)Self-care, Health, Job enrichment