SHORT PRACTICES FOR
MINDFUL LEADERSHIP EMBODIMENT
FOR MINDFUL LEADERSHIP
The most common challenge that leaders face to start or continue a mindfulness practice is lack of time. With that in mind, we've prepared a series of short guided mindfulness meditations (no longer than 4 minutes) paired with an integrated practice that can help you start or get back on track with your practice. Give them a try, and let us know how they work for you.
Our purpose at OnBeing Mindful is to help organizations and leaders to create more mindful and compassionate workplaces. Places where everyone can achieve their full potential and their work is a real source of personal fulfillment.
If you have any question about Mindful Leadership reach out to us, It will be a privilege to connect with you.
Be mindful. Be present.
Founder | OnBeing Mindful
EL LIDERAZGO CONSCIENTE
Si quieres familiarizarte con qué es el liderazgo consciente, te recomendamos que escuches primero este audio donde abordamos sus fundamentos, incluyendo sus principales características y beneficios. La sesión concluye con una breve práctica de atención plena para habitar en total presencia el momento presente.
DAY 1 - THE POWER OF ATTENTION
Attention management is one of the key challenges that leaders face today. In this guided meditation we'll develop our ability to be present, and we'll do so by using our breath as the anchor of our attention.
Try a mindful listening practice today. In your next conversation or meeting, practice putting all of your attention on the person(s) with whom you are speaking.
DAY 2 - THE POWER OF A PAUSE
Our day is full of activities and sometimes we need to make a conscious pause to reconnect with the present moment. This guided meditation is an invitation to do that by taking three Mindful breaths.
Before going to your next meeting, complete a "Three Mindful Breaths" practice.
DAY 3 - THE POWER OF CONNECTION
A sense of belonging fueled by empathy is key for a team to perform at its best. In this meditation, we''ll practice how to develop our empathy by cultivating positive emotions.
When you see the next person you will interact with today, take a moment to say in your mind, “I wish for you to be happy” as you greet them. Repeat this as many times as you remember to do so today.