Mindfulness Based Leadership

  • Duration of program

    8 weeks

  • Maximum Workshop Size


  • Weekly Engagement Session

    2 - 2.5 hours

  • Assessment (optional)

    Pre & Post Assessments can be conducted

  • Target Group

    People Managers & Leaders

Great leaders see things clearly. They are aware of themselves, others and the world around them. They are able to direct their awareness internally: aware of their thoughts, feelings and values, they are better able to manage their own mind-states and reactions. They are also able to direct their awareness externally. Some people may come to their leadership tasks with these capacities already well-developed. But mindful leadership strengthens and develops these qualities. The curriculum of Mindfulness Based Leadership is based on the book 'Mindfulness Based Leadership: The Art of Being a Leader, not becoming One'.

Leaders will be able to:

• incorporate Mindfulness into their Leadership Competencies
• develop self-awareness, self-management and social awareness.
• foster a culture of “Mindfulness practice” in self-awareness, self-management, social-awareness and kindness at work
• learn and apply strategies to deal with and manage emotions and facilitate decision making, conflict management.


  • improves Attentional & Working Memory Capabilities
  • enhances Resilience
  • increases Positive states of Mind
  • creates a healthy learning environment
  • boosts Creativity
  • improves Relationships
  • reduces Stress
  • reduces negative effects of multitasking
  • decreases reactivity
  • enhances present moment attention
  • increases self-compassion
  • enhances witnessing awareness
  • enhances interpersonal functioning, empathy and self-awareness
  • enhances problem solving, decision making, focusing, analysing
  • promotes a positive emotional contagion effect
  • improves Listening Skills
  • coaching with compassion
  • increases employee job performance, job satisfaction and need satisfaction
  • enhances Leadership Skills
  • strengthens intentionality
  • more clarity



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