Economy and Spirituality
with Thomas Hübl
Freiburg Forum “Economy and Spirituality”. Entrepreneurial success and humanity
From 3 to 6 October 2019 the first congress “Economy and Spirituality” with the motto “Entrepreneurial Success and Humanity” will take place in Kirchzarten near Freiburg in Southern Germany.
Successful companies, consultants, teachers and coaches who have an intellectual, human or whatever connection to a creative idea would like to exchange ideas with you. We would like to learn from each other – seriously and cordially, in peace and movement, inside and outside. We learn from each other how ‘spiritual’ approaches can be brought into professional life and from what one can draw the strength for implementation.
Besides Thomas Hübl there will be speakers:
Dr. Franz Alt, author and journalist
Prof. Dr. Claus Eurich, Philosopher, Publicist, Professor (retired) for Communication and Ethics
Prof. em. Dr. K.-H. Brodbeck, philosopher, creativity researcher, economist and business ethicist
Dr. Jens Riese, Senior Partner McKinsey & Company
Dr. Bertold Ulsamer, Author, Management Consultant and Coach, Systemic Constellations
Dr. Sylvester Walch, Psychotherapist, Lecturer, Trainer and Author
And many others!
On 3 October at 16.30 Thomas Hübl will give a lecture on the topic: “Our deepest humanity is our highest possibility”.
Spirituality is a restoration of our experienced unity with life and the living. For people who practice in the culture and not in the monastery – in highly responsible professions, who have family and develop themselves – spiritual practice brings important qualities and abilities.
These include presence, creativity and innovation, and the restoration of relationships with ourselves, the people around us, nature, global society, and life as a whole.
Especially in an age of massive social change such as climate change, the explosion of technology (and the rapid acceleration of life) and the massive social (and professional) processes that go along with it, we need inner stability, healthy relationships as well as inner and outer power of change and innovation.