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The Relevance of Mindfulness for Business Seminar

Evidence, Applications and Impact
OCTOBER 06, 2015 | THE CONFERENCE BOARD | NEW YORK, NY

October 06, 2015

Mindfulness is the ability to pay attention to experiences moment-by-moment in a non-reactive, non-judgmental way. 
 

For your consideration:

  • 12,000+ employees participating in a mindfulness program (at Aetna) and reported 62 minutes average increased productivity per week per employee, which led to $3,000 per employee savings to the company
  • 80 Leaders from 12 organizations responding to surveys from the Mindful Leadership Institute: 
  • 93% reported that mindfulness training has a positive impact on creating space for innovation
  • 89% said mindfulness enhanced their ability to listen to themselves and others
  • 70% said mindfulness made a positive difference in their ability to think strategically


This daylong business forum will explore mindfulness as a foundational mental habit for transformational business leadership, culture and organization development, employee engagement, resilience and well being.

Who Should Attend:

  • Directors and Executives in the Following Fields: HR, Learning, Talent Management, Corporate sustainability, Employee engagement and Quality management
  • Business Unit leaders interested in optimizing leadership & organization performance
  • Insurance company providers
  • Partners/Managing Directors/Associates at Consulting companies
  • Academics in the fields of Social, Organizational and Industrial psychology, Organization Behavior 

 

The Conference Board has been reviewed and approved as a provider of project management training by the Project Management Institute (PMI).

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OCTOBER 06, 2015
THE CONFERENCE BOARD,NEW YORK, NY
October 06, 2015

Mindfulness is the ability to pay attention to experiences moment-by-moment in a non-reactive, non-judgmental way. 
 

For your consideration:

  • 12,000+ employees participating in a mindfulness program (at Aetna) and reported 62 minutes average increased productivity per week per employee, which led to $3,000 per employee savings to the company
  • 80 Leaders from 12 organizations responding to surveys from the Mindful Leadership Institute: 
  • 93% reported that mindfulness training has a positive impact on creating space for innovation
  • 89% said mindfulness enhanced their ability to listen to themselves and others
  • 70% said mindfulness made a positive difference in their ability to think strategically


This daylong business forum will explore mindfulness as a foundational mental habit for transformational business leadership, culture and organization development, employee engagement, resilience and well being.

Who Should Attend:

  • Directors and Executives in the Following Fields: HR, Learning, Talent Management, Corporate sustainability, Employee engagement and Quality management
  • Business Unit leaders interested in optimizing leadership & organization performance
  • Insurance company providers
  • Partners/Managing Directors/Associates at Consulting companies
  • Academics in the fields of Social, Organizational and Industrial psychology, Organization Behavior 

 

The Conference Board has been reviewed and approved as a provider of project management training by the Project Management Institute (PMI).

Peter Bostelmann, Director of Mindfulness Programs, SAP

Mark Coleman, Founder, The Mindfulness Institute

Rich Fernandez, Conference Program Director, The Conference Board

David Gelles, Business Journalist, New York Times Company

Tara Healey, , Harvard Pilgrim Health Care

Mark Higbie, Strategic Advisor, Ford Motor Company

Erin Olivo, , Columbia University

Jonathan Roberts, Operations Manager, Mindfulness Based Learning, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care

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