Shaping Change Inner Circle - December 2018
Welcome to the Inner Circle for December 2018.
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Mindfulness is a term that is frequently used but rarely defined. Practicing true mindfulness encourages living in the present while it addresses the danger of distorted thinking. Staying in tune both mentally and emotionally improves perspective to enhance personal a professional success.
With our Improving Mindfulness workshop, your participants will begin to identify their own patterns of thinking. As they learn to practice mindfulness, they will cultivate positive emotions that will have a dramatic effect on the work environment.
- Define mindfulness
- Develop techniques to make oneself more attuned to the present moment
- Understand the value and utility of one’s emotions
- Learn how to identify and counter distorted thinking
- Learn how to cultivate genuine positive emotions
- Become more fully present in social interactions
Before you begin, you can download a pre webinar quiz and see what you already know about mindfulness:
Welcome to “Mindfulness”
Webinar - Part 1
Webinar - Part 2
Webinar - Part 3
Webinar - Part 4
Webinar - Part 5
Webinar - Part 6
From around the web:
Mindfulness: A Simple Way to Lead Better:
Mindfulness for Leaders – Cranfield University
Ellen Langer: Mindfulness over matter
The Power of Mindful Leadership:
5 Simple and Compelling Behaviors of Mindful Leaders:
All it takes is 10 mindful minutes | Andy Puddicombe
How to Bring Mindfulness to Your Company’s Leadership:
My recommended reading this month is: Carroll, Michael (2008) The Mindful Leader: Awakening Your Natural Management Skills Through Mindfulness Meditation
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