Mindful and Compassionate Leadership in the New Normal
The recent pandemic has caused major shifts in our organisations and teams, requiring rapid adaptation and resilience. Leadership in the new normal requires us to build stronger bonds with the people we lead and work with. Mindful and compassionate leaders ensure that they are less likely to lose talent to “the great resignation”. Mindful leaders really understand the challenges that their teams are facing . They are also able to manage themselves around difficulties and challenges. Compassionate leaders are able to create an environment where employees feel heard and understood. Studies show that people who have experienced compassion in their workplace exhibit higher levels of commitment despite challenges faced.
Join my colleague Dr. Ehssan Sakhaee and Dr. Margaret Meloni on Tuesday, March 29 at 6:30 pm pacific for:
Use code LEADWITHCOMPASSION for a 100% discount – because we really want you to benefit from this session!
About this event
Why We Need Mindfulness
Mindfulness allows us to be present to what is happening right here and right now, to tune into rather than tune out of – while the attitude of mindfulness which is that of openness, acceptance allows us not to not be overwhelmed by the current matters. whether it be an impending deadline, a stressful situation, a heated conversation or facing some crisis, mindfulness allows us to cultivate a sense of inner peace so that we can tackle challenges that are arising, right here, right now, more effectively.
– Learn the three attitudes of mindfulness
– The science behind mindfulness
– how we can use simple techniques to be more mindful and present
Why We Need Compassion
Every day you work together to meet difficult deadlines and meet new and increasingly complex challenges. You bring a combination of expertise and skills. But do you bring compassion to your colleagues? Compassion is not just for your family, your friends, or your volunteer efforts. Compassion belongs in the workplace. It is as essential as any of your technical skills. And the benefits go beyond the satisfaction of knowing that you treat one another with care. In discussing bringing compassion to work you will:
– Learn the three components of compassion
– Consider the science behind compassion
– Learn why some people avoid compassion at work
Compassion is not just for your family, your friends, or your volunteer efforts. Compassion belongs in the workplace. And it is mindfulness that helps you cultivate compassion.
Join us as we give you some tips on how to bring mindfulness and compassion to your team.
Register for this event
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PS. Use code LEADWITHCOMPASSION for a 100% discount – because we really want you to benefit from this session!
Looking forward to seeing you at the Webinar,
pmStudent Community Leader