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Conscious Leadership at Work and in the World

Conscious Leadership at Work and in the World
October 10, 2012 at 3:30 - 4:30 PM ET
Maryle Malloy, Leadership Consulting(The Tellus Group, Inc. )

The mastery of awareness is the starting point for the evolution of a conscious leader. Participants will be exposed to various concepts and practices that support self-awareness. We will discuss a variety of techniques, that help us "train the mind to focus, in a disciplined way, on its own internal state." Further, we'll offer an example of a working model that incorporates conscious leadership principles with systems-based management techiques, that support increased emotional intelligence and productivity throughout an organization.


Applied practice moves principles and tools from concept to consistent and measurable action, and finally from “doing” to “being.” You'll leave the session with an overview of various practices which support personal awareness and the practice of mindfulness.


As conscious leaders, we bring ourselves into the workplace, and thank goodness for that, because we are shifting the paradigm. Not that the old ways are to be condemned, those leaders did the best they could at the time, but times, they are a changing; it's now up to you and I to learn, live, and teach conscious leadership. To practice conscious leadership at work requires us to combine science and spirituality. This combination is the DNA, which produces a conscious leader. As leaders, the science or data we require to lead are readily available; the spirituality component is our's to develop. In order to grow this singular, precious strand of DNA, we must be willing to journey into the realm of self-awareness, learn to master our mind in the moment, and to live in a perpetual state awareness. As awareness deepens, every interaction we have becomes a holy experience; at work and in the world.
Who Should Participate
Any person in a position of leadership, or aspiring to lead.
What You Will Learn
The meaning of personal awareness and mindfulness. How practicing mindfulness supports an awakened consciousness; how as aware/conscious leaders, we can have a positive effect upon our workplace. Resources and links will be provided
Recommended Resources
The Four Agreements - don Miguel Ruiz The New Agreements in the Workplace - David Dibble The Work of Byron Katie - Byron Katie The Living Organization - Norman Wolfe The Universe in a Single Atom - His Holiness the Dalai Lama The Illustrated Tao Te Ching,a New Translation by Man-Ho Kwok, Martin Palmer, Jay Ramsay
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Maryle Malloy
The Tellus Group, Inc.

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