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Manage Your Mind First: the Promise of Mindfulness in an Uncertain Time

Mindfulness with Jeremy Hunter
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Description

Can you or your team be more effective at managing change? In times of dramatic change, the ability to understand and intentionally shift how your mind works is a powerful leadership asset.

Mindfulness cultivates the capacity to see the hidden barriers to effective action and how they drive your results. Therefore, mindfulness practices can help you sidestep habitual defaults and open novel pathways for action. Through intentional action you can learn to transform your results.

First, we will focus on what derails effective performance and how to address it. We will begin by understanding how the nervous system works and can undermine your team’s ability to be effective. We will practice competencies to skillfully manage this process.

Second, we will focus on mindfulness as a tool for strategic action and apply it to cases you bring to the course. Expect to walk away with immediately practical tools.

Topics

  • The challenges of managing in a quickly changing landscape
  • Managing
  • Managing your nervous system
  • Bringing mindfulness to action

Learning Outcomes

As a result of attending this program, participants will:

  • Practicing managing unproductive nervous system responses and building reactions
  • Ability to apply mindfulness as a strategic tool

Who should attend

The content of this program is valuable for individuals at all levels of an organization, any functional area.

Experts

Jeremy Hunter, PhD is the great-grandson of a sumo wrestler. He serves as Associate Professor of Practice at the Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management. For over a decade, he has helped leaders develop themselves while retaining their humanity in the face of monumental change and challen...