Today is 2019 Poetry at Work Day, with a tale of how a book of poetry led to one of the writer’s best work projects — and to gratitude for the work.
Poetry, music, and cowpunchers took the stage for “A Cowboy’s Night in old Texas.” Megan Willome wore her red boots.
Poetry is in all work, speaking to us, singing to us. Download our resources, and come, celebrate Poetry at Work Day 2016 with us.
Step back to the age of sailing & learn about the folk style of sea shanties. Join us & write one of your own. Here’s an opportunity to complain about work!
With access to technology, the Internet and new tools, organizations have come to believe institutional memory is not important. They’re wrong.
The top 100 FedEx Small Business contest winners are in. And they are looking marvelously poetic. (Amusement at no extra charge.)
From newsrooms to libraries, from the Scottish parliament to the coffee shop, Poetry at Work Day was celebrated around the world. Here are our highlights.
What do you do with the poem you cannot write? You follow it. Even if it never leaves the four square walls of your office cubicle. Join Richard Maxson for Poetry at Work.
Poetry at Work, a life-changing book? That is our great hope.
Business and poetry, at least on the surface, appear to form an unlikely alliance. Scott Edward Anderson shows us why it’s not so unlikely after all.
Poetry at Work Day is coming January 14, 2014. To launch this year’s celebration, we’re releasing our brand new 2014 Poetry at Work Day infographic.
Like all work, the work of electronic communications contains an inherent poetry, perhaps several inherent “poetries.”
I was part of an interview team, talking individually with four candidates for a communication research job. Human Resources had provided us with a set of “behavioral interview” questions, which meant we would be asking things like “What’s the biggest failure you’ve ever experienced?” and “Where do you see yourself in 10 years?” We followed […]
Poetry at work? Yes, look for it especially in a crisis. Finding the poetry will suggest the path forward.
Poetry can be used for creativity at work in three ways: to restore, to clarify, to organize.
We celebrated the first Poetry at Work Day all a-Twitter with work poems. A few highlights from the day.
Need a few poems to read for Poetry at Work Day, or any day at all? Check out these 10 great poems about work. Then maybe write a few of your own.
Organizations see layoffs as business decisions; people affected see them as intensely personal. Unemployment is a part of work, and part of poetry at work.
Writing poetry about conflicts, challenges, and problems in the workplace can help lead to understanding and, sometimes, resolution.
Workplace leadership hasn’t been the subject of much poetry, but a poem about a boss offers the possibility of understanding and possibly forgiveness. Glynn Young asks you to consider the boss through a poetic lens to explain, celebrate, understand, or even forgive.