Improve Your Decision Making Through Leadership Mindfulness Skills
Mindfulness enables leaders to be better at determining the complexity and interdependency of problems, identifying any unconscious biases that might be hidden in their decisions, and more cognizant of any emotions that might be swaying thoughts, decisions, actions, and behaviors.
Mindfulness is also a technique for being mentally strong in tough situations, thus aiding with resiliency, adaptability, hardiness, willpower, fortitude, and determination.
The many benefits for leaders of mindfulness include greater attention, sharpened memory, improvement in complex thinking, better ability to analyze multiple sources of information, enriched listening skills, increased brain acuity, enhanced ability to remember faces and names, and heightened ability to read people’s emotions.
To read more about this important leadership topic, please download our free article Better Decision Making: From a Mind Full to a Mindful Leader.
Leadership Mindfulness Training Is A Key To Better Decision Making
Mindfulness is no longer just a New Age buzzword with no relevance to the rough and tumble world of business and leadership.
Mindfulness has been a hotbed topic of extensive scientific research in recent years, with much of the research revealing numerous physical and mental health-related benefits for those who engage in a regular mindfulness practice. Just like our physical bodies, our brains can change its physical form and function throughout our lives in a process scientists call brain plasticity. And the best news: by using mindfulness techniques and practices you can be in charge of your brain and its future development.
As a result, 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.
Click on this link, Better Decision Making: Shifting From Mind Full to Mindful Leadership Skills, to read how this one-day workshop can benefit you, your team, or even your entire organization.