Life doesn’t stop when work starts. Pains and joys from outside affect what’s inside – inside a person and inside the workplace.
Just as chaplains provide compassionate care for members inside the military, a growing number of companies provide chaplain care for their members inside the workplace.
This ranges from full-time chaplains on staff (such as at Tyson Foods) or provided by a third party (such at at Coca-Cola Consolidated) to spiritual care provided as an option in employee assistance programs. Even faith-oriented employee resource groups (ERGs) at times provide chaplain-like care.
In addition to Tyson Foods’ and Coca-Cola Consolidated’s presentations on their chaplaincy programs at Dare to Overcome, you won’t want to miss the keynote by retired Rear Admiral Alan ”Blues” Baker, former chief chaplain of the U.S. Marine Corps and now CEO of veteran-led ChaplainCare: How can corporations provide the same quality of spiritual care for members as the military does?
To see whether your company or organization could benefit from having chaplains, join us at Dare to Overcome in Washington DC, May 23-25!