on Leadership: June 2011
Is there such a thing as “mindful leadership”? Can this training of the mind be an ally for the increasingly complex challenges of leading?
And, what is “mindful leadership”? The word “mindful” in everyday language is not new. It is often used as a warning about something that may be dangerous, or unexpected. For example, one might be told to be mindful of the foreign traffic rules. But as it applies to leaders, being mindful is less about paying attention to external elements, and more about paying attention to what is happening “inside.”Read more »