Mindfulness and Organizational Culture / MindWell-U

The Role of Mindfulness in

Cultivating Organizational Culture

Pam August, retired Director Culture Activation at WestJet, joined MindWell-U for a one-hour live webinar to discuss culture, how it connects to strategy and how mindfulness can support culture development and strategic success.

Check out the clips below for some practical tips on how to develop a mindful culture. 

Webinar Highlights

Why Pam Doesn't Use the Word "Busy"

Making Mindfulness Accessible to

Everyone

Culture as a Complex System

How to Deal with Resistance when Implementing Mindfulness Training in an Organization

Approaches to Implementing Mindfulness 

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Slides and References

  • Susan Scott, "Fierce Conversations"

  • VUCA: 

VUCA is an acronym. It stands for Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous

  • Dan Siegel's definition of the mind:

"Emergent, self-organizing, embodied, and relational process that regulates the flow of energy and information.”

  • Tara Healey's (of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care) definition of mindfulness:

"Being in the present moment, and knowing it."

  • Jack Kornfield - The Dog Poem

"‎If you can sit quietly after difficult news; if in financial downturns you remain perfectly calm; if you can see your neighbors travel to fantastic places without a twinge of jealousy; if you can happily eat whatever is put on your plate; if you can fall asleep after a day of running around without a drink or a pill; if you can always find contentment just where you are: you are probably a dog."

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