By John J. Murphy
You turn on the daily news and hear about more businesses slowly reopening. You wonder when you will be going back to work. And then you wonder if you will be going back to work. After all, a lot of people are getting permanently furloughed these days. Or, maybe you are already back to work and you wonder how you will lead your team with poise and confidence when a lot of people are anxious and afraid, just like you. How can a fearful leader inspire anyone? Inspiration comes...
By Steven Cohen
Like many Americans, I have spent a great deal of time recently engaging with work colleagues, family, and friends in conversations regarding race and racial inequality. Doing a lot of listening. Doing a lot of reading about systemic racial injustice and potential remedies. I know that I have a lot more to learn. I have started to acknowledge my white privilege and the advantages that has afforded me. I have meditated.
As meditators, we learn to observe with full attention in...
Being Mindful and Compassionate in Tough Conversations
Black Girls Breathing Founder Jasmine Marie Is Making Meditation Accessible to Heal Her Community
How to stop catastrophizing and reduce your anxiety
You’re probably working too much while at home
Why constant stress makes it feel like you’re fighting to get work done
How To Battle Burnout and Anxiety by Disengaging From ‘Always On’ Culture
The Good Men...
Rhonda Magee discusses mindfulness and transformative education and how to bridge contemplative teaching for learning social justice at @Work 2019. She shares how great social justice is possible when people have the tools of transformative and contemplate education, as methods to look within, challenge assumptions, examine the way people participate and shape the world and in having the reflexive space and creating community, to create change. When looking at challenges, contemplate...
This is a curated list of posts from this week based on engagement and content.
4 Lessons on Anti-Racism from Brené Brown and Ibram X. Kendi
5 Ways to Beat COVID-19 Burnout
Here’s Why Leaders Don’t Want To Support Remote Working
Help Your Employees Manage Their Reentry Anxiety
Harvard Business Review
Five Words That Indicate You Might Be Suffering From Burnout
Remote Working: How to avoid WFH burnout among employees
By Mo Edjlali, Mindful Leader Chief Community Organizer
Recently, we were invited to help share the premiere of a film - Infinite Potential, the story of David Bohm. It's a fascinating film, available free on YouTube here. It explores the life and work of physicist David Bohm, who Einstein called his spiritual son and the Dalia Lama his science guru. The film explores quantum mechanics and one experiment, in particular, continues to intrigue me - the double slit. Essentially, when...
By Joy Reichart, New Ventures West
A couple of weeks ago I participated in the certification process for a cohort of students finishing the Professional Coaching Course. A phrase I heard used in celebration again and again was, “you are onto yourself.” It’s a concept that comes up a lot in Integral Coaching, as it is one of the biggest indicators of deepening development.
What does it mean to be onto ourselves?
Most fundamentally, it means just what it sounds like:...
Wait! Are You Sure You Want To Go Back To Normal? A 3 Step Mindfulness Reflection
4 ways to cope with racial trauma amid the coronavirus pandemic
Tara Brach On How Meditation Brings Healing To Workplace Fears During Turbulent Times
Try these small exercises to stay more mindful and calm throughout the day
The Best Managers Balance Analytical and Emotional Intelligence
Harvard Business Review
How Meditation Works in Your Brain
I never thought I’d spend $70 on a...
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Ruth King discusses how racism remains one of the most rooted and painful impasses of our time at the 2018 Mindful Leadership Summit. Discover how mindful awareness supports racial wellbeing and leadership transformation with the Racial Awareness Rubik™ — an understanding of our individual and collective racial conditioning and their systemic proliferation.
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By Jay Forte
So many people today are working remotely. With a computer and Internet connectivity, employees can get most (or all) of their usual work done.
But working from home during a pandemic is drastically different from the traditional work-at-home mentality. Today, remote employees have to juggle so many things that impact their productivity. There is family, home schooling, shopping in a pandemic, having enough of the essentials, finding and using safety equipment effectively,...