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Like most busy professionals, Janice Marturano was working long hours, putting out fires and dealing with nonstop demands not only inside the office but outside as well. Vice president of...

The post “4 ways to boost your focus and brainpower at work” by CNBC appeared first on Institute for Mindful Leadership.

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Long days. Difficult conversations. Deadlines. Pressure to perform amidst an ever growing number of distractions. These are just some of the challenges facing executives and employees at companies big and small. The result? Stress, anxiety, and lack of focus, to name a few. Enter Janice Marturano, a former General Mills executive shares how she created a solution...

The post Mindfulness for Type A’s: Janice Marturano shares the solution at CNBC’s work summit appeared first on Institute for Mindful Leadership.

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What are the benefits of participating in one of the Institute’s five day retreats? What can I expect? What will I take away? These are some of the many questions...

The post Cultivating Leadership Presence Retreat- One Leader’s Perspective appeared first on Institute for Mindful Leadership.

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Last week we had an unusually warm winter day and I decided to go out and enjoy the lunch hour at a favorite local restaurant. As I walked toward the...

The post The Lost Art of Conversation – 5 Steps to Mindful Communications appeared first on Institute for Mindful Leadership.

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As the New Year approaches, we are happy to update the newsletter community on our shared success in launching the Institute’s mindful leadership trainings in China. Over the course of...

The post Finding the Space to Lead in China appeared first on Institute for Mindful Leadership.

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Institute for Mindful Leadership by Institute Director Janice Marturano - 7M ago

I was awakened very early this morning by a distinct chill in the air. Fall’s cooler temperatures had tapped me on the shoulder. Another reminder of the fact that everything...

The post Working with Change appeared first on Institute for Mindful Leadership.

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Institute for Mindful Leadership by Institute Director Janice Marturano - 8M ago

Leadership shortcuts don’t end well…for you or for those around you. In my work here at the Institute, I am regularly engaging in conversations with successful professionals at every level...

The post Leadership Excellence: Ride the Wave appeared first on Institute for Mindful Leadership.

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Institute for Mindful Leadership by Director Of Programs, Jennifer Bris.. - 11M ago

There is so much about summer to be grateful for. Fresh vegetables from the farm, blooms in the garden and lazy afternoons spent with family and friends. The season feels...

The post Freedom of Choice: A Leader’s Perspective appeared first on Institute for Mindful Leadership.

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I am grateful for… With these few words, we are invited to pause, to place our hurrying on hold for a few moments. And we are invited to remember all...

The post Need a Fresh Perspective? 3 Steps to Get You There appeared first on Institute for Mindful Leadership.

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Some time ago, I was reading an interview with James Hackett, the CEO of Steelcase. When he was asked about his most memorable leadership lessons, he spoke of the importance of becoming a leader that was not 'prepackaged'. In the course of his work, he met many CEOs and he noticed that the ones who were truly impactful, truly leaders in every sense of the word, were those who were not 'prepackaged'. The great leaders were those who exhibited a 'sense of peace, this self-awareness, that says, 'I understand who I am'.

The post What Principles Guide Your Leadership: 3 Questions to Answer Now appeared first on Institute for Mindful Leadership.

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