Greater Good Live
Clips and full-session videos from Mindfulness & Well-Being at Work, a day-long event that featured top scientists, workplace leaders, and mindfulness teachers.
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Pamela Weiss, founder of Appropriate Response, leads the audience through a mindful check-in from her company’s award-winning Personal Excellence Program.
Birju Pandya, a senior advisor at RSF Social Finance, tells a story and then asks a question: How does personal transformation connect to societal transformation?
Wendy Quan, a change manager at Pacific Blue Cross, explains how she became a mindfulness facilitator at her workplace and tips for others who want to do the same.
Dr. Jeremy Hunter, founding director and associate professor of practice at the Executive Mind Leadership Institute, explains how to combat skepticism and successfully introduce mindfulness into your workplace.
Full-length video for GGSC members: Dr. Jeremy Hunter, Wendy Quan, Pamela Weiss, and Birju Pandya consider what you can do tomorrow to bring mindfulness to your workplace.
Marc Lesser of the Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute explains the seven keys to a successful mindfulness practice (and how to share it with others).
Emma Adolfsson shares her experience and lessons from the Carlsberg Group’s mindfulness initiatives.
Peter Bostelmann shares his experience as director of global mindfulness practice at SAP, a German software company with around 75,000 employees.
Full-length video for GGSC members: Search Inside Yourself’s Marc Lesser, SAP’s Peter Bostelmann, and the Carlsberg Group’s Emma Adolfsson share their stories of launching workplace mindfulness programs.
Kyra Bobinet of engagedIN explains how she spearheaded a mindfulness program at Aetna and the three lessons she learned.
Rasmus Hougaard and Jacqueline Carter of the Potential Project explain how to overcome the challenges to mindfulness at work, including some of the misconceptions about mindfulness.
Kelley McCabe Ruff of eMindful shares lessons learned from bringing mindfulness programs to Aetna and other companies, including how to drive adoption, engagement, and sustained participation.
Full-length video for GGSC members: Rasmus Hougaard and Jacqueline Carter of the Potential Project, Kyra Bobinet of engagedIN, and Kelley McCabe Ruff of eMindful share their lessons learned from bringing mindfulness to organizations around the world.
Dr. Richard Fernandez, co-founder of Wisdom Labs, explains how mindfulness can increase attention and engagement at work—precious resources in our fast-paced, ever-expanding world.
Mark Higbie, senior advisor to Ford Motor Company, explains how the auto company began introducing mindfulness in the workplace.