- We help people at work unlock their capacity for mindfulness and compassion
- Enabling higher levels of focus, empathy and resilience
- Allowing people at all levels to be at their very best
Team Mindfulness: what is it and why is it important?
We hosted an online interactive conversation between Megan Reitz and Chris Nichols around Team Mindfulness. Mindfulness at work has so far mainly focused on training people in practices that help them better manage issues like stress and anxiety. It is a ‘go to’ intervention on the wellness agenda. However, rates of burnout and disengagement cannot be addressed exclusively at the individual level – systems and cultures need to change. That’s where collective mindfulness becomes important. This conversation builds on Megan and Michael’s Harvard Business Review article on collective mindfulness to explore how you might develop and support teams who are compassionate, curious and aware.
Curiosity, Power and Human Flourishing: A Conversation with Chris Nichols and Michael Chaskalson
What is curiosity? Can organisations develop it or is it always an individual quality? Chris Nichols thinks of it as a leadership super-power. Chris and Michael Chaskalson hosted on online interactive conversation, discussing how curiosity and power dynamics impact the vital arena of human and indeed planetary flourishing.
Burnout: What Should Organisations Do? A conversation between Liz Hall and Chris Nichols
Liz Hall and Chris Nichols hosted an interactive online discussion on the theme of Burnout: What Should Organisations Liz introduced the theme and then she and Chris discussed it. Then we had breakout groups and a plenary. This recording is a record of the first part of that - Liz and Chris in conversation around the theme.
Compassionate Leadership: The Human Moment – a conversation between Amy Bradley and Liz Hall
Amy Bradley and Liz Hall hosted an interactive online discussion on the theme of Compassionate Leadership - The Human Moment. Amy and Liz introduced the theme and discussed it. Then we had breakout groups and a plenary. This recording is a record of the first part of that - Amy and Liz in conversation around the theme.