Mindfulness Leadership and the Workplace

Mindfulness is being hailed as the next great thing in the efforts to improve the performance, health and overall wellbeing of employees and leadership alike. Both formal studies and informal self-reports show that leaders who practice mindfulness have improved mental clarity and flexibility enabling them to listen better. Enhanced emotional resiliency and self-awareness arise as a natural byproduct of mindfulness practices, and these in turn can lead to more effective and inspirational leaders. 

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Mindful Leadership and Workplace Articles

Developing Mindful Leaders – Harvard Business Review, Dec 2011

Meditation Makes You More Creative – Science Daily, April 2012

OK Google, Take a Deep Breath – New York Times, April 2012

How to be Happier at Work – Inc., May 2012

Meditation Can Keep you More Focused at Work – USA Today, July 2012

Be more mindful for a better workplace – Chicago Tribune Aug 2012

Mindfulness is not a Cure, it’s Better – Huffing Post, Aug 2012

The Mind Business – Financial Times Magazine, Aug 2012

Mindfulness-based stress reduction effects on moral reasoning and decision making - Journal of Positive Psychology, Sept 2012

A Guide to Mindfulness at Work – Forbes Oct, 2012

Mindfulness Helps you become a better leader – Harvard Business Review Oct 2012

Multitasking Loses its Cool: Mindfulness is Now In –, Oct 2012

Meditation finds an ommmm in the office – Globe & Mail, Nov 2012

Mindful Multitasking – Levy, U Washington

Why Mindful Breathing Works – Huffington Post, Nov 2012

Practicing Mindful Leadership – Training & Development Magazine, March 2013

Mindfulness can improve leadership in times of instability – The Guardian,