Updated: Feb 17, 2019
People sometimes assume leaders are more adept at rising above the roadblocks and stressors of everyday life. However, leaders face a unique kind of stress, and managing it can be challenging. When you're a mindful leader, you intentionally put strong disciplines in place to manage the stresses and heighten your energy, awareness and creativity.
Being a leader as a gift because it provides the unique opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others. How seriously do we take this gift? Can we make the most it? Can we study how to best utilise leadership skills to make a positive impact.
This talk and follow on panel discussion will explore themes around communication, focus, decision-making, sleep and meditation. This is about how we can create lives that allow us and our colleagues to thrive with the right foundations and ongoing practices in place.
Expect fruitful discussion and time to pause & explore with like-minded individuals.
Timings: 8:30-9:00 Doors Open & Breakfast 9:00-9:15 Mindful Leadership Talk 9:15-10:00 Panel Discussion (lead by Harriet Hadley) 10:00-10:05 Closing Meditation 10:05-10:30+ Networking
Location: Campfire, Shoreditch 79-81 Paul Street, London, EC2A 4NQ
Ruth Farenga - Founder & Mindfulness Teacher of Mindful Pathway www.mindfulpathway.co.uk
Panel lead by Harriet Hadley - Community & Diversity Manager, eSynergy Solutions and Diversity Blogger. https://hadleyconsulting.co.uk/
Pip Jamieson - Founder & CEO of The Dots https://the-dots.com
Sanjay Sharma - COO of NewDay https://newday.co.uk/
Harriet Hadley, is a Community & Diversity Manager, eSynergy Solutions and Diversity Blogger. Harriet helps organisations engage with diverse technical communities to raise their profile and share their story. Harriet is passionate about raising awareness about Gender Balance and Neurodiversity by supporting organisations in understanding that by hiring Diverse Teams they are creating their own opportunity for growth and innovation.
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