Emphasizing Impact: How stats in percentages may not cut it!
February 7th, 2015
Washington, DC – Fox News 5 featured how mindfulness practice is becoming popular in Capital Hill, corporate America and in classrooms. Laura Evans interviewed Tara Brach, mindfulness teacher, and Congressman Tim Ryan about the benefits of mindfulness practices. Click image to watch the story.
The Mind Business By David Gelles, Financial Times In this in-depth look at mindfulness in corporate America, David Gelles takes us behind the scenes at General Mills to see how its mindfulness program is revolutionizing the company. “This isn’t some passing fad sweeping middle management,” writes Gelles. “[W]hat began as a side project by one […]
Multitasking Loses It’s Cool; Mindfulness Now In By Victor Reklaitis, Investor’s Business Daily As you read this article, you might at the same time pretend to listen to a co-worker’s latest gripe or skim through your emails. No problem, right? After all, the ability to multitask is critical if you want to succeed in the […]
Why Your Company Should Have More “Slackers” By John Boudreau, CFO.com CFOs make all kinds of investments, but how about investing in more down time for employees? That may sound like a recipe for creating a bunch of slackers, but in fact the idea of optimal slack in a system is as fundamental to talent […]
The Practice of Empathy By Julian Powe, Forbes A client of mine is totally fed up with his boss. He has recently undergone quite a difficult, uncomfortable operation – the second in a series. Since then, there have been several interactions with his boss. Not once has he been asked how he is; worse, the […]
Business Skills and Buddhist Mindfulness: Some Executive-Education Professors Teach Ways Students Can Calm Their Minds, Increase Focus By Beth Gardner, The Wall Street Journal Business schools are beginning to embrace a practice that has grown popular in the corporate world—teaching and studying mindfulness, the originally Buddhist approach to increasing awareness of oneself and one’s surroundings. […]