The concept of bringing soul to the workplace is central to holistic employee satisfaction; it entails the acknowledgment that workers are persons with such integral faculties as the body, soul, and spirit. This spells the important aspect of not only creating a conducive environment in the workplace in which a worker’s personality can holistically flourish but also the advocacy for mutual acknowledgment and respect for each other’s autonomy. As such, a thriving workforce is basically exemplified by the building of rapport among themselves and the prevalence of cohesion in the workplace. The key to harnessing the great inherent potentials of each soul is through strategic administrative forums in which all the workers are accommodated and motivated along the lines of rewarding contribution, innovation, and achievement. Such administrative measures not only unify but also clarify the institutional goal, which in effect encourages openness, trust, and participation in the workplace.
In consequence, a compact workforce ensures cohesive communication aimed at building meaningful rapport for the good of the whole institution. It suffices therefore to note that by bringing the soul to the workplace there would be a sensitive acknowledgment of women as one an integral part of a workforce, in essence, the workforce communication would not suffer the predominance of masculine vocabulary and language but it would rather embrace a tentative comprehensive, holistic and cross-cutting vocabulary which honors both males and females alike in the workplace. It is therefore evident that, in as much as the workplace is task-oriented for assured productivity, the importance of developing good communication links cannot be underestimated in addressing the needs of both the worker and the client.