Here are some articles explaining how the workplace benefits from employee voice and poetry. Read the latest article about Impact Mākars here.

How Innovation Is More Poetry Than Science Fast Company

Does Poetry Have A Place In Business? One Unsung Success Secret Forbes

IN-Q: What Can You Learn From A Poet About Career Success Forbes

C.E.O. Libraries Reveal Keys to Success New York Times

The Benefits of Poetry for Professionals Harvard Business Review

Dana Gioia on the Close Connection between Business and Poetry – The Wharton School 

Viewpoint: Making the business case for poetry – Boston Business Journal 

Your Employees Have All the Creativity You Need. Let Them Prove It – Harvard Business Review

Spark Team Creativity by Embracing Uncertainty – MIT Sloan Management Review

Decision Making
Employees Are Your Company’s Voice – Entrepreneur

How To Encourage Employee Involvement In Decision Making Forbes

Leveraging The Employee Voice To Advance Corporate Purpose: The General Mills Story Forbes

Research: Why Managers Ignore Employees’ Ideas Harvard Business Review

Inside the Minds of Your Employees New York Times

Wellness & Stress Relief
Doctors Turn to Poetry to Relieve Stress – Wall Street Journal

A Prescription of Poetry to Help Patients Speak Their Minds Wall Street Journal 

10 Timely Statistics About The Connection Between Employee Engagement And Wellness Forbes

Workers feelings of powerlessness fueling anger The Guardian

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