What is Mindfulness?
How Does This Help?
Mindfulness its a practice that cultivates the very qualities that we most respect in exemplary leaders. It refines our ability to regulate throughts and emotions and relate to others. It improves our ability to focus, to be calm and present, more aware and factual, resilient and choose more effective responses.
33% Increase in Focus
30% Increase in Resilience
30% Increase in Productivity
40% Increase in Critical Thinking
31% Increase in Strategic Thinking
31% Increase in Employee Satisfaction
34% Increase in High Pressure Performance
Focus on Results:
Calm the turbulent waves of the mind. Improve your ability to focus intentional.
Lateral & Strategic Thinking:
Cultivate strategic and lateral thinking by removing metal constructs that prevent innovative contemplation.
Clarity & Resilience:
Be more in tune with intuition and notice emotional triggers before they escalate
Balance & Compassion:
Become more in-tune with and connect better with your team and peers.
Introduction to Mindfulness & Emotional Intelligence
How Most People Think
Mindful Leadership Results
How To Practice Mindfulness
Everyday Mindful Leadership
From Good To Great
Included Mindfulness Practice:
5 Minute Guided Meditation: Define Leadership Excellence
5 Minute Guided Meditation: Focus Training
10 Minute Guided Meditation: Focus Training
15 Minute Guided Meditation: Body Scan:
15 Minute Guided Meditation: Compassion
15 Minute Guided Meditation: Sound Focus
S.T.O.P. Method to prevent emotional hijacks
Mindful Pause: Bringing Mindfulness to everyday conduct
Scientific Research Supported:
Contemplative Scientific Research has demonstrated that Mindfulness creates "Neuro-plasticity" in the human mind by building stronger neural pathways in the prefrontal cortex, reduced amygdala hijacks (aka "emotional hijacks", an increase in cortisol hormones), increased grey matter in left hippocampus, controlled heart/respiration, reduced anxiety and depression, greater habit control, improved memory and many more health benefits.
What It Is Not:
Mindfulness practice is not associated with any culture or religion. It is a scientifically supported practice to improve focus.