Effective leaders don’t throw tantrums; but they definitely might practice #mindfulness.
“A more mindful presence is the optimal strategy to engage people, create better connections, improve performance…. Bain found that the ability to be mindfully present is the most essential of all…. There’s a direct correlation between leaders’ mindfulness and the well-being and performance of their people. In other words, the more a leader is present with their people, the better they will perform.” — Harvard Business Review, 12/2017.
Why not apply the best lessons of mindfulness to one of the most challenging problems the world has ever seen?
Announcing “Facing Climate Change with Courage and Heart” at the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health in Stockbridge, Massachusetts: March 18–21.
- Dominique Browning, author and Senior Director of Moms Clean Air Force
- Ryan Towell, Director of Science & Solutions at the Climate Reality Project
- Seth Rosenthal, Research Specialist, Yale Program on Climate Change Communication
- Lise von Susternen, M.D.; Center for Health and the Global Environmentat the Harvard School of Public Health; co-founder, Climate Psychiatry Alliance
- Bill McKibben (via Skype interview), author and co-founder of 350.org
- Celine Suarez, Executive Director, Global Sustainable Finance and Director of Sustainability at Morgan Stanley
… joined by these fine teachers and coaches from Kripalu’s deep bench: Maria Sirois, Micah Mortali, Mark Roule, and Aruni Nan Futuronsky. The rich and varied program will be moderated by me, Sarah Finnie Robinson.
If you are working on challenging solutions, we invite you to join us: take three days to clear your thoughts and build your own leadership skills with this dream team of climate experts and personal resiliency professionals.