Mind Your Career: One Second Ahead - Using Mindfulness to Transform Leadership Effectiveness
Presented by MaryBeth Sigler, MBA'95
Leaders today face an increasing amount of pressure to do more with less and get more done in less time. They are confronted with an increasingly complex, ever-changing business landscape, are expected to be always-on, and are often overloaded with information. And yet the key to enhancing leadership performance and well-being in today’s fast-paced environments is not to speed up. Leaders can only ensure they are focused, calm, and clear in demanding business environments if they slow down. Mindful leadership is about slowing down to be more effective.
In this webinar, we will look at how we can enhance leadership performance and well-being through mindfulness, including:
- Why one second is important to your effectiveness
- PAID reality of modern workplace
- Neuroscience and how we work optimally
- Why attention is so important to leadership
- How we can practice a new way of working and leading through mindfulness
About the Presenter, MaryBeth Sigler, MBA'95
|MaryBeth Sigler MBA’95 is a Senior Consultant to The Potential Project, a global organization that has delivered corporate-based mindfulness training in Fortune 500 companies in more than 22 countries.
Sigler is also an experienced leadership and executive coach with more than twenty years experience coaching executives and their teams. She works with senior leaders, managers, and high-potentials to develop greater professional effectiveness and the leadership tools needed to successfully advance their careers. She specializes in emotional intelligence and mindful leadership.
She is a professor at New York University in the area of Leadership and Human Capital.
If you are unable to view this webinar live on May 17, a recording of each session will be available in the Webinar Archives by May 20.
Alexandria Schultz, AM'13