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Topics We Explored:
- How talking about mindfulness can sometimes feel exclusive to some people
- Why your workplace is becoming the new social center where conversations about values are happening
- Why it’s important to go into conversations being upfront about your goals and inviting in varying viewpoints without judgement
- How you can have conversations with others to learn about their beliefs and practices so you can coexist (personally and professionally) in a way that respects everyone
- Why it’s important to look at the culture of an organization to ensure it also fits your beliefs and will enhance your career goals
“Businesses are becoming the new place where communities of conversations about values happen.” – Leah Weiss (Tweet this)
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About Leah Weiss:
As a lecturer, teacher, and trainer, Leah has developed customized trainings that integrate evidence-based meditation techniques with the latest academic research. In this role, Leah provides ongoing coaching and consulting sessions for groups, organizations, and individuals. She’s trained thousands of executives, team leaders, students, veterans, and Silicon Valley’s best and brightest in mindfulness. She’s taken years of personal and academic mindfulness research and applied it to training seminars, speaking engagements, Ivy League courses, and a book published by Harper-Collins and launching this coming March, 2018.
Some of her clients have included Google, LinkedIn, Stanford School of Business, Berkeley, and many others. She has worked closely with the Dalai Lama’s main interpreter and has implemented the Compassion Education and Scholarship program at Hope Lab (Omidyar Group).
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