Feeling overwhelmed at work? Join Laura Bennett for a daylong workshop to cultivate mindfulness for high-quality presence and engaged, resonant leadership. Mindfulness practice cultivates non-judgmental awareness, emotional intelligence, and compassion. It develops stress-hardiness and resilience for high-performance, highly-effective leadership.
Equally important is that organizational and situational leaders have been identified as independent influencers of colleague and employee job burnout. Burnout at work is a well-studied problem with definable consequences including:
poor job satisfaction
poor work quality and work errors
Burned-out employees show up with low personal reserves to be able to withstand stress and perform optimally. Mindfulness and other evidence-based resilience strategies have been shown to improve leadership abilities and reduce symptoms of job burnout.
In this workshop, you will discover:
your default mode network, or automatic thoughts and behaviors that limit options, progress, and results
habits that sabotage your ability to be available to your colleagues, employees, and family
judgments that make communications and meetings less effective
blindspots to success
You will learn:
Mindfulness meditation and informal mindfulness practices for work and leadership
The way of openness, non-judgmental awareness, and high-quality presence
Skills for listening deeply with a “beginners mind,” leaving all possibilities available to you for creative solutions
Mindful conflict management
To refine your focus, attention, and concentration
Evidence-based strength, gratitude, and joy practices to increase happiness and resilience
Lunch will be provided.