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September 22, 2021 | 1pm ET/ 10am PT
Mindful Leaders at Work: Prepared, Effective and Safe
As restrictions ease and many return to work, new challenges will undoubtedly arise and stress and anxiety are often not too far behind. As everyone learns to adapt to and work within new workplace systems, schedules and protocols, mindfulness can be the tool we need to decrease stress and anxiety, and build the resilience needed to thrive in this new world of work.
In this panel-style webinar we’ll cover:
The back-to-work checklist for mindful leaders to create an easier transition
How to manage hybrid teams and working remotely in a psychologically safe way
Tips for using mindfulness to create a safe and supportive community in the workplace
Examine current and optimal mindsets for returning to work
About the panelists:
Mary Ann Baynton, MSW, RSW
As a workplace relations specialist Mary Ann supports employers, governments, organizations, unions, teams and associations who wish to resolve issues involving mental health, psychological safety, conflict or performance concerns.
Jordan Friesen, M.O.T.
Jordan is the Founder and Principal Consultant of Mindset Mental Health Strategy. Jordan uses his skills as a consultant to assist organizations who want to take progressive action to support the mental health of their workforce as a competitive advantage and business imperative for the future of work.
Ellen Choi, PhD
Dr. Ellen Choi is a Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Ryerson University teaching on topics of leadership, training, motivation, and decision-making. Her research interests revolve around the effects of mindfulness training on attention and emotion regulation, authenticity, resilience, errors, and performance under pressure.
October 21, 2021 | 2pm ET/ 11am PT
Lasting Habit Change: How Does it Happen?
We are all creatures of habit.
The ability to form habits has survival value, though today, many of our habits are undermining our quality of life - even shortening our lives. And science can help!
In this webinar, you will:
See how the latest research on changing habits like smoking, stress eating and worrying can help you create better habits faster
Discover how mindfulness is a key ingredient in letting go of old habits and reinforcing new habits
Learn the evidenced-based three step model for changing your habits
*Webinar in English Only
About the panelists:
Nancy Logue PhD, MSS is a psychotherapist, educator and perpetual student of the arts and science of healing and growth. Mind\body health has long been a focus of her personal and professional life and she has developed health promotion\primary prevention programs throughout her career.
Robin Boudette, PhD is a licensed psychologist and mindfulness teacher with more than 30 years of clinical experience. She co-founded the University Medical Center at Princeton Eating Disorders Program and dedicated more than 20 years to the treatment of disordered eating. As a psychologist at Princeton University Health Services for 15 years, she founded the Mind-Body Health Team and developed mindfulness intentions for students, staff and faculty.
November 17, 2021 | 1pm ET/ 10am PT
Financial Freedom, Resilience & Empowerment with Money Mindfulness
Learn to integrate simple, universal truths to transform your financial life into a source of peace, kindness, connection and joy - no matter how much money you have right now.
Join Spencer Sherman to:
Uncover the fixed beliefs holding you back from financial freedom
Develop the right mindset that will allow you to create financial success
Fine-tune your emotional intelligence to make wise financial decisions effortlessly
Experience more peace and ease around money
*Webinar in English Only
About the presenter:
Spencer Sherman MBA, CFP
After earning his BA in Economics from Brandeis University and his MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, Spencer discovered that the secret to creating success and joy with our work lives is the cultivation of emotional intelligence and a resilient mind. He harnessed his 35-year meditation practice to transform financial anxiety and avoidance into wisdom and engagement, and was the founding CEO of Abacus, a sustainable financial advisory firm which has grown to manage over $4 billion in assets. Spencer is the author of The Cure for Money Madness (Random House) and the Money and Spirit Workshop (Sounds True). He also teaches for the Inner MBA program (New York University and Sounds True)