Cindy Wigglesworth has a BA and MA from Duke University. She has 20 years of experience in human resources management with ExxonMobil. She founded her business, now called Deep Change, in 2000. Cindy is certified in Emotional Intelligence and has created, validated and researched the first skills-based Spiritual Intelligence Assessment instrument for business and personal use. This instrument is both faith-neutral and faith-friendly. It allows business people to talk about Spiritual Intelligence skills and how to develop them without using the language of religion – while still making the connection to beliefs and practices that are of deep personal importance for each person.
Cindy is on the Working Council of the Tyson Center for Faith and Spirituality in the Workplace, at the University of Arkansas . She has served on Board of the International Center for Spirit at Work*. She was the Chair of the 2003 and 2004 International Spirit at Work Awards Selection Committee. Cindy is a powerful professional speaker – speaking with unusual clarity about the role of Spirit in the workplace. She has spoken at numerous conferences including: Business and Consciousness, Spirit in Business, Spirit at Work and the World Business Academy. Cindy is a published author and has appeared on Oprah, PBS and various radio programs. She is committed to helping organizations and individuals integrate spirituality and work.
Her clients include M.D. Anderson Cancer Center where she conducted a Spiritual Intelligence at Work pilot program – a program that produced measurable positive results in just 9 month, and Texas Health Resources where she taught Emotional and Spiritual Intelligence to their top leaders. She has worked with The Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas to help them create a “spiritual environment of caring.” The Methodist Hospital received a 2002 International Spirit at Work Award in recognition of their sustained effort to integrate Spirit and Work and made the Fortune 100 Best Employers list based on the work Cindy assisted with on the I-CARE program.