161 results for "node/Michael Carroll"


Michael Gervais: Mindfulness and High Performance Training with the Seahawks (video) 

Michael Gervais – On Mindfulness and Performance Psychology from Mindful Direct. Most coaches impose standards from the outside. Pete Carroll, head coach of the Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks, asks his players to go inside—to find the confidence to be the best they can be. He coaches the whole person, and it changes their […] Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • October 21, 2014
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Upgrade Your Environment 

[…] to Lead. Scenario: Dealing with colleagues who are not pulling their weight, which puts stress on other members of the team. Categorize under: Increasing engagement Advisor: Michael Carroll One way to tackle this is to do a quick “environmental scan” of your workplace, honestly assessing the lay of the land. This is a way […] Read More 

  • Michael Carroll and Janice Marturano
  • February 3, 2016
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How Do I Get Noticed Around Here? 

Scenario: Managing distraction (without taking away people’s phones) Categorize under: Effective meetings Advisor: Michael Carroll In today’s business world, with all its speed, distractibility and stress, people are discovering that “human attention” is one of our most valued workplace assets. Here are three suggestions for getting—and respecting—people’s attention during daily work meetings. Listen: We […] Read More 

  • Michael Carroll and Janice Marturano
  • March 30, 2016

3 Mindfulness Tips for On-The-Job Drudgery 

[…] more from life? Appreciate what you’ve already got. You’ll start fixating less on that salary increase and noticing the existing wealth of your surroundings. Read More  Michael Carroll November 23, 2015 Calm How to Find Fulfilling Work  Six tips to help you look for fulfilling work from The School of Life. Read More  Mindful […] Read More 

  • Michael Carroll
  • March 9, 2017

Michael Krasner 

Michael Krasner is a specialist in internal medicine practicing primary care in Rochester, New York. He teaches Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and is currently directing a project that will train seventy-five primary care physicians in mindfulness practice, narrative medicine, and appreciative inquiry. Photograph: Read More 

  • August 31, 2010


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