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Kathy Hagler, PhD referred to as a “corporate healer,” works with organizations to transform their operating environments and leadership. She says that organizations are similar to human beings – both have wounds.

Like people, organizations break and can heal. She uses the Japanese art of Kintsugi as a metaphor for healing scars with both people and organizations. Kintsugi means “gold joinery.” It’s an ancient Japanese art that invites to repair a broken object by emphasizing its scars with gold powder. She’s the author of Art of Scars available here: Art Of Scars 

Learn more about Kathy at KathyHagler.com

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