Mindfulness Based Leadership
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Mindfulness Based Leadership
Drawing on the ancient tradition of the bodhisattva warrior, MBL develops the leadership capacity of allowing inner wisdom to emerge.
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Part 2: Peter Senge on contemplation and organzational wellbeing, Garrison Institute, July 2009

Part 2 of 2. Peter Senge speaks on his personal exposure and ongoing exploration of contemplation. He explains how meditation practice helps him find stabili...
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Presence to ourselves and to one another emerges from contemplative practice and presence is the essence of organizational wellbeing. 

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ozziegontang's curator insight, March 3, 2013 5:58 PM

I have a cohort of friends who are truly collaborative.  We share and contribute and act as eyes for each other in areas that each is interested and passionate about and that overlap with mutual areas of interest.



Randy Bauer's comment, April 17, 2013 12:33 AM
I like Your info +Ozzie Gontang Ph.D. will continue to keep an ear to the wall. thanks, +Randy Bauer
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4 scientific studies on how meditation can affect your heart and brain

4 scientific studies on how meditation can affect your heart and brain | Mindfulness Based Leadership | Scoop.it
Many people have tried to sell me on meditating. Sometimes I try it, and have a refreshing experience. But usually not.
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Annette Schmeling's curator insight, January 27, 2013 12:37 PM

Radiating a convincing presence, like Andy has in this video, communicates having deep and passionate convictions. Real presence is not a superficial facade or manipulated image; it is an expression of his authentic being. How can you help but notice his assuredness and his character. 

 

Mindfulness or contemplation over time will reveal the true character of a person. 

 

"...we are called to stop, to choose silence and to open and let ourselves be opened to our inner depths where the Spirit of God allows us to feel, see and understand life and reality with God's heart.... Then in the secret place of the heart the Spirit gradually transforms our feelings and responses, and draws us into an intimate relationship with God." (#RSCJ2008Chapter)

Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, January 27, 2013 2:03 PM

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Chaos to Calm: Building a Mindful Workplace

Chaos to Calm: Building a Mindful Workplace | Mindfulness Based Leadership | Scoop.it
Initiatives to introduce mindfulness into the workplace, hold great promise.
Annette Schmeling's insight:

There is growing evidence that mindfulness, which is typically associated with religion, mysticism and the contemplative traditions, has specific benefits for corporate and individual leadership. The capacity to quiet the mind, awareness of the present moment and full presence (mind, emotions, spirit & physical) will help people move along the personal/professional developmental ladder. 

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