Effective, Authentic Leaders
The Tyson Center for Faith and Spirituality in the Workplace will be a nexus for thought leaders to exchange views and encourage research projects around faith and spirituality in the workplace.
We will create learning experiences for students that will enhance their self-knowledge
by clarifying their faith (core beliefs) and values; and we will prepare them to be
effective, authentic leaders in increasingly global workplaces.
Events near you!
The Muslim Students Association is having A Meet a Muslim Barbecue on April 21 at 4 pm till 6 pm in the Greek Theatre. Just bring yourself and your friends for the delicious free food and you can also attend a lecture "Muslims in Mainstream Media" at 6 pm in Hillside 206. This is also free and everyone is welcome! Make sure to set a calendar reminder!
The Tyson Center introduced "Faith, Spirituality and Workplace" class (MGMT 4103) in Fall2017 with two sections and 30 student capacity.
The class, taught by Dr. Denise Breaux Soignet (far left in picture), focuses on teaching students to be sensitive to religions in workplace and hopes to create awareness among students and consider the complexity in issues related to one's faith, values, meaning and purpose and how they influence the workplace.
2017 International Association for Management, Spirituality and Religion (IAMSR) Conference
Click the link above to find content made available from the conference. We are working to build this page into a valuable resource for research. Your continued presence as we work to build this page is appreciated!
About Our Center
We're striving to be a catalyst in the transformation of modern workplaces. We serve students, faculty, staff, researchers, business leaders and faith leaders.Learn More
View articles, dissertations, and case studies regarding faith and spirituality in the workplace.View Research
A growing selection of texts and audio-visual media is available on our resources page.View Resources