Workplace Healers

Dear HRart Worker,

I’m wrapping up work on my newest book, Workplace Healers, and I can’t wait to share it with you. I’ve poured my heart into these pages and my hopes are that they will bring healing and clarity to many. Allow me to share an excerpt with you:

“Life is one large energy exchange, with little to no training on how to care for our personal energy. We hear loose references to it, by being encouraged to establish boundaries, or make time for self-care, even the emphasis placed on the importance of physical rest. However, there is no true training on how to care for your energetic outputs and inputs.

If you notice, I referenced that this healing and restoration is necessary for us. We as practitioners are included—in fact, it has to start there because we are the only ones who can facilitate the organizational healing needed around the world. But we cannot facilitate until we have healed and restored ourselves. This is what this book is for— guiding you to heal and restore yourself while then giving you a taste of what it will be like to heal others. My hope is the taste of healing power will inspire you to continue your own personal cultivation and open your eyes to what the working world could be like once the Dao is present.

While I often speak to HR practitioners specifically, know that I view the definition much more broadly. In fact, my belief is that all of leadership is part of HR and therefore leading people will require a healing skill set as well.”

So, are you the next workplace healer?

If you’d like to hear me read the full introduction and learn a bit more about your role in this workplace revolution, listen to the latest episode of the HRart of It Podcast. You’ll even have a chance to get your hands on an early release copy if you’d like to dive in before June! (psst… you’ll also find my older books on sale for just $10 at the HRart Shoppe)

Lastly, thank you for all the love and support! It’s really been such an inspiring time to be doing this work.  


Samm (she/her/hers) 

p.s. This blog post was adapted from the Letters From the HRart fortnightly newsletter. I invite you to subscribe

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