Free Webinar: Mindfulness and Compassionate Leadership for a New Normal

The New Normal: Mindful, Compassionate Leadership
Recent pandemics have caused major shifts within our organizations and teams. They require rapid adaptation and resilience. In order to be a leader in the new normal, we must build stronger relationships with those we lead and collaborate with. Mindful, compassionate leaders are less likely lose their talent to “the great retirement”. Mindful leaders are able to see the difficulties faced by their teams. They can also manage their own difficulties and problems. Leaders who are compassionate and understanding can create an environment where employees feel heard. Studies show that employees who experience compassion at work are more likely to be committed, despite the challenges.
Join Dr. Ehsan Sakhaee, my colleague, and Dr. Margaret Meloni Tuesday, March 29, at 6:30 p.m. Pacific for:

Use the code LEADWITHCOMPASSION to receive a 100% discount. We want you to enjoy this session!
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Why Mindfulness is Important
Mindfulness allows us be present to what’s happening right now and allows us to tune in rather than out of it. Mindfulness, which is openness and acceptance, allows us to not get overwhelmed by current affairs. Mindfulness allows us to cultivate inner peace, regardless of whether we are facing a crisis, an impending deadline, stressful situations, heated conversations, or facing a crisis.
Learn the three attitudes that are mindfulness
– The science behind mindfulness
How to use simple techniques to be more present and mindful

Why we need compassion
Each day, you work together to meet challenging deadlines and tackle new and more complex challenges. You bring a mix of skills and expertise. Do you have compassion for your coworkers? Compassion isn’t just for your loved ones, your friends, and your volunteer efforts. Compassion is a valuable skill that can be used in the workplace. It is just as important as your technical skills. It is more than a feeling of satisfaction knowing that others are treated with compassion. You can bring compassion to work by:
Learn the three components that make up compassion
– The science behind compassion
Learn why some people avoid compassion at the workplace
Compassion isn’t just for your loved ones, your friends, and your volunteer efforts. Compassion is a part of the workplace. It is mindfulness that cultivates compassion.
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We look forward to seeing you at our Webinar.

Margaret Meloni
pmStudent Community Leader

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