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  • MINDFULNESS AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
    ARTICLES | 17/10/2019

    MINDFULNESS AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

    Childhood attachment experiences have profound impacts on our mental-emotional architecture and our capacity for healthy relationships. Negative, problematic early attachment experiences commonly leave legacies of lasting life challenges, including difficulties in psychological flexibility and emotional regulation that adversely affect people's ability to be empathic and compassionate and experience intimacy and connectedness. View more
  • HOW MINDFULNESS CAN MAKE YOU A BETTER LEADER
    ARTICLES | 11/10/2019

    HOW MINDFULNESS CAN MAKE YOU A BETTER LEADER

    The trend for mindfulness is clearly on the rise, with apps, self-help books, and courses all available to help you harness the power of mindfulness to lead a more peaceful, productive life. Mindfulness practice involves focused breathing and meditation techniques, encouraging you to pay attention purposefully in the present moment and become more aware of yourself, your feelings, and your environment. View more
  • SELF-AWARENESS CAN HELP LEADERS MORE THAN AN MBA CAN
    ARTICLES | 11/10/2019

    SELF-AWARENESS CAN HELP LEADERS MORE THAN AN MBA CAN

    Self-awareness is not part of the standard curriculum in most management education programs but if we want to create high-performance teams where people thrive and deliver results then actually it should be. Vince’s journey as CEO of California-based New Resource Bank, clearly illustrates why leaders need to focus on both relationships and results. View more
  • 10 WAYS MINDFULNESS MAKES BETTER MEETINGS
    ARTICLES | 04/10/2019

    10 WAYS MINDFULNESS MAKES BETTER MEETINGS

    “Mindfulness techniques enable people to be aware of the present moment without reacting too quickly to information. This allows new perspectives and innovative ways of doing things to be explored before making a decision. At its core, mindfulness is ‘engaged awareness’.” View more
  • 4 WAYS MINDFULNESS IMPROVES YOUR PRODUCTIVITY
    ARTICLES | 27/09/2019

    4 WAYS MINDFULNESS IMPROVES YOUR PRODUCTIVITY

    When you hear the word “Mindfulness,” the word “productivity” isn’t likely the first association that comes up for you is it? The most common conceptions of mindfulness include ideas like “slowing down,” or “being in the moment,” and some people think that mindfulness practice means sitting still and doing nothing but watching the breath go in and out. View more
  • MINDFULNESS IS YOUR COMPANY'S EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT SECRET
    ARTICLES | 20/09/2019

    MINDFULNESS IS YOUR COMPANY'S EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT SECRET

    Research has shown that mindfulness can not only reduce stress, but also build up our tolerance for stress in the future. But what is "mindfulness"? Defined by a 2004 Clinical Psychology study as "paying attention to one's present experience in a non-judgmental, non-evaluative way, mindfulness is shown to be achieved through a variety of practices, such as relaxation, meditation and yoga. View more
  • 6 KEYS TO MINDFUL LEADERSHIP
    ARTICLES | 11/09/2019

    6 KEYS TO MINDFUL LEADERSHIP

    The essence of knowing where to lead other people is knowing where to lead ourselves. We have to discover our full working potential before we can lead others to discovering their full working potential, according to Dr. Stephen McKenzie, author of Mindfulness at Work. View more
  • HARVARD RESEARCH REVEALS HOW MINDFUL LEADERS DEVELOP BETTER COMPANIES AND HAPPIER EMPLOYEES
    ARTICLES | 09/09/2019

    HARVARD RESEARCH REVEALS HOW MINDFUL LEADERS DEVELOP BETTER COMPANIES AND HAPPIER EMPLOYEES

    A recent study revealed that when leaders are stressed, their anxiety can be felt across the entire organization, often to the point where good employees will walk away from a job to save their own health. Only 7 percent of employees surveyed believe that their stressed leaders effectively lead their teams, and only 11 percent of employees with stressed leaders are highly engaged at work. View more
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