This summer, I am sharing a special series called “Be the Tree: How to Work Smarter, Not Harder with Mindful Leadership.” I created it in response to:
- My own experience of finding myself with less time to think and more demands on my attention
- Discovering that many of my clients and colleagues are experiencing this too
- Recognizing that it’s not our fault! The world is changing and we now live and work in a PAID environment (Pressure, Always on, Information Overload, Distraction) (Hougard, 2016)
The good news is, there are ways to work smarter without working harder. Some of these involve using our energy differently than we have before, adapting to the changing world around us and ultimately evolving as humans.
This summer, I’ll introduce the concept of mindful leadership and some of the essential qualities of a mindful leader. Using stories and real-life examples, I’ll demonstrate these qualities in action and how they directly contribute to working smarter, not harder. I’ll share tips for practice to help strengthen your own mindful leadership towards experiencing work and life with more energy, creativity and inspiration.
If you would like to be on the email distribution for this series only, please contact me here.
Stay tuned for the first installment in July!
Maggie DiStasi is a Professional Career Transition and Leadership Coach, specializing in a process-oriented approach to creating positive change in your career and/or leadership (think: creative, mindful, organic, goal-emergent). Her approach is particularly helpful if you don’t know exactly what you want to do next and you want to be thoughtful and purposeful about exploring what’s possible.
Maggie is also a faculty member of the Business Coaching Advantage Program™ and a member of the management team for the program’s parent company, PeopleDynamics Learning Group. To learn about any of the coaching programs or business coach training programs she is involved in, please contact her here.