Burnout attacks many of the brightest and most motivated professionals in industry today. It affects individuals in health care, social services, education, entertainment, financial services, technology and manufacturing—as well as artists, writers and entrepreneurs—at a huge cost to employers, consumers and families around the globe. Tending the Fire at Work documents the heuristic and field research of the author as she uses a solutions-focused, arts-based coaching model to revitalize six seasoned professionals: an elementary school teacher, a screenwriter, a corporate communications director, a novelist, a pharmacist and a yoga instructor/entrepreneur. The author''s work investigates the efficacy of decentering with the arts as a tool for recovery, motivation and wayfinding. This book is written for burned-out professionals, their supervisors and their families, HR and EAP professionals, and anyone interested in corporate wellness, creativity and motivation.