If you were to conduct the research, you would find that there is a lot of information out there on New Age thinking, New Thought Spirituality, New Consciousness, New Energy, and Metaphysics in general. However, you will find that most of the information points to how to apply its principles to everyday life for spiritual or personal development. Hardly any points to incorporating these practices in organizations or business in general. The closest thing to it is the incorporation of a ‘green’ consciousness in companies. Why is this?

Why is it that we keep our general philosophy of life separate from our business practices? It is almost as if the application of this to business is off limits. Well, I couldn’t disagree more. When I believe something, I believe it whole-heartedly. And I believe that one’s philosophy of life should apply to every aspect of one’s life. For a very long time, I felt an unease with the separation of my philosophy of life from any business involvement I had, until I finally did something about it.

I was driven by the incongruence of a metaphysical philosophy of life with current business practices. In my mind, there was something wrong with believing that all men are created equal (beyond the founding fathers and society’s sense of the concept) and the current organizational practices of the superiority of some, and the inferiority of others. If one believes, metaphysically speaking, that we each are self-determining individuals with the power to create our own experiences and direct our own destinies, why is there a seeming need to hand over our power as individuals to the bosses within organizations to do with as they please?

I do believe that this handing over of power is a conscious choice that each individual makes, but this choice is made because it is demanded of us, it is required of us, and it is the way it has always been done. But I say there is no longer a need to do it this way. I say that there is a way that business executives can meet their bottom-line objectives while employees achieve their personal objectives as well within the context of the organization.

My New Consciousness Model for businesses outlines how this can be done. At the core of the philosophy is the belief that every employee’s goal is just as important as those of the executives, therefore employees and executives should form a partnership with the core purpose of helping each other achieve their goals. This Model outlines a step-by-step process for incorporating a New Consciousness mindset within an organization and can be studied in the book, A Different Path, A Different Result: A New Consciousness Model for Businesses, by yours truly.

Even if my solution is not the perfect answer to this challenge, isn’t it time we dare to venture into the business world and change the consciousness? Everyone laments the inability to motivate employees and increase productivity to an acceptable level. So, isn’t it time to change the way things have always been done? I think so. There is no law that says, businesses must stay the same and operate in the same old ineffective ways they have been operating for forever. Let’s do something about it now. I dare you! Dare to change the consciousness of your business

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Author's Bio: 

Cathy Archer is a New Consciousness Management Coach, who worked as an Organization Development consultant for 9 years. She has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Master's degree in Human Resources Development and Administration. Her experience is as a result of having worked with a number of companies providing valuable insights into their organizational challenges over the years.

As a result of her experiences, she has developed a new management approach that helps executives meet their organizational objectives while helping employees to fulfill their needs. It is a New Consciousness approach that has a foundation in the belief that each individual is a powerful, self-determining individual and has a right to be valued as such no matter the context within which each is viewed. Based on this premise, Ms. Archer has succeeded in identifying ways in which executives' business goals and employees' goals can be mutually inclusive. She offers clients the use of this model in her coaching practice.

Ms. Archer is the author of A Different Path, A Different Result: A New Consciousness Model for Businesses, available at Barnes & Noble and www.Amazon.com. Her book outlines the philosophy of this New Consciousness model and guides the reader through the process of implementation.