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Better Decision Making: Shifting From Mind Full to Mindful Leadership Skills

Shifting Into Mindfulness Is Highly Beneficial For You, Your Team and Your Organization

Decision-making is a fundamental component of every leader’s daily life, both professionally and personally. Every day we make dozens, even hundreds, of decisions. Unfortunately, stress and other factors often lead good leaders to make bad decisions.

The daily juggling of data, reports, email, meetings, decisions, and way too much information makes it difficult to cope and results in leaders running on autopilot. We see these zoned out and inattentive leaders struggling to lead their teams and team members, as well as themselves.

Many leaders are so consumed with firefighting activities that few realize these fires have been caused by the bad decisions and choices they have made. Thus the cycle of stress-induced poor decision making is perpetuated by the stress of correcting unanticipated results from previous poor decisions.

No wonder so many leaders operate in a “mind full” mode. This is not good. A more effective method is to make decisions in a “mindful” mode. Fortunately, this is a skill that can be learned, ingrained, and practiced.

Mindfulness has been proven to be a skillful method for stress reduction and all of the many associated ills and problems that result from accumulated stress. Additionally, stress reduction through mindfulness practices is a proven leadership performance advantage that comes with the side benefits of greater happiness, health, and wellbeing.

 

Leadership Mindfulness Training

Mindfulness is no longer just a New Age buzzword with no relevance to the rough and tumble world of business and leadership. Rather, this centuries-old practice of paying purposeful attention in the present moment without judgment is now being used by an ever-growing list of corporate leaders from Silicon Valley to Wall Street.

That’s why we created our one-day workshop Better Decision Making: Shifting From Mind Full to Mindful Leadership Skills. In this workshop leaders and managers will learn:

  • How stress leads to bad decision making.
  • How mindfulness can impact thoughts, reactions, and behaviors.
  • How to use mindfulness to make better decisions.
  • How to use mindfulness to reduce unconscious bias in decision making.
  • How to easily shift into mindfulness with practical techniques and tips.
  • The benefits of mindfulness on attention, memory, people skills, and personal health.
  • A range of methods for improving brain health.
  • Why mindfulness produces better results than so-called brain training activities.

Contact us today ([email protected] or 760-835-7870) to discuss how to benefit from Better Decision Making: Shifting From Mind Full to Mindful Leadership Skills for yourself, your team, or your entire organization.

 

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