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Mindfulness and Resilience

    “…Put down the weight of your aloneness and ease into the conversation….” —from Everything is Waiting for You by David Whyte   Recently, in my leadership coaching and consulting practice, spoke to a busy school principal from a large urban school district in New Jersey.  She recounted her daily school calendar: deadlines before [...]

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A Mindful New Year’s Resolution for Leaders: Breathe!

Breathing is an obvious good idea, and it may be harder than you think.  While we breathe all day long, very often our breathing is compromised by the body’s own fight, flight or freeze response.  In 2008, Microsoft visionary, Linda Stone coined the term email apnea.  This is the unconscious suspension of breathing as we [...]

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Living Gratitude: Essential Elements of Mindful Leadership

  “Eventually we came to know ourselves not for what we accumulated, but for what we allocated.” —Lynn Twist, fundraiser, author   Recently when I opened the mailbox, I found an unexpected and wonderful surprise gift from a woman, a physician who attended a retreat I led.   She sent the gift as a way [...]

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Mindful Leadership Begins with Listening

  “Deep listening is more than hearing with our ears, but taking in what is revealed in any given moment with our body, our being, our heart.” —Susan McHenry One of the many hats I wear is as a facilitator with the Center for Courage & Renewal, leading Circle of Trust retreats across the country [...]

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Mindful Leadership: One Simple Practice

      Mindfulness, the conscious act of non-judgmental awareness of what is happening inside and around us, is mainstream.  Mindfulness practices are now being used in corporations throughout the world, in education, law, medicine, the military and even in the halls of Congress.  And yet, with all the good news about mindfulness, many of [...]

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Grounded Leaders Embody Leadership Presence

Stand tall and proud Sink your roots deeply into the Earth Reflect the light of your true nature —Ivan Shamir, Advice from a Tree   Today on my nearly daily walk at a local wildflower preserve, I was struck by the profusion of native flowers:  violets, skunk cabbage, red bud all in bloom.  The whole [...]

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Paradox:  India

Paradox: India

  “…When love came to the door of India, that door was opened wide.” —Rabindranath Tagore Early morning, on the Indian Railways, the world’s largest, the sun rose, a golden rose-hued globe over the haze and fields of wild mustard, on our way to the Taj Mahal. We were a group of 17 women from [...]

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New Beginnings, New Questions

“Tell me, what do you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? -–Mary Oliver from The Summer Day   Mary Oliver points to a critical question.  This is a professional question, a geographical question, a moral question, a spiritual question.  How we spend our moments affect how we spend out lives. There [...]

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The Season of Kindness

Before you know what kindness really is you must lose things, feel the future dissolve in a moment like salt in weakened broth…. —Naomi Shihab Nye, from Kindness As we enter the season of kindness, I can find myself lost in a sea of self-imposed obligations, getting into the frenzy of shopping for unwanted gifts [...]

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Gratitude: Three Mindfulness Practices for Smart Leaders

Gratitude  opens us in unexpected ways and supports our work in the world.  I  recall the many, many small and large reasons for feeling grateful: good health, family and friends, significantly rewarding work, and so much more.   This type of remembering is more readily available on special occasions, like Thanksgiving Day,  and we know [...]

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