with Duanna Pang
Saturday, April 25, 2020
10:00am – 5:00pm
Leading people is one of the most challenging tasks we can take on in life. And this challenge is made more difficult by the demands of today’s 24/7 always-on, interconnected world where distractions are rampant and change is constant. We often don’t have the breathing space to be clear and focused, to listen deeply to ourselves and others, or to lead with a sense of calm and centeredness.
However, in the midst of this autopilot environment, decades of scientific research have found that mindfulness is the tool that enables leaders to embrace their humanity, focus on being a leader, engage with others in a more meaningful and impactful way, and perhaps even reduce suffering—for themselves and others—along the way.
At this daylong workshop, learn how to:
Duanna Pang, CC, of Discerning Leadership (https://discerningleadership.com), is a Leadership Coach with over 15 years of experience, who has coached C-level officers like CEOs, CHROs, CFOs, physicians and senior directors in for-profit and non-profit organizations in America and Singapore. Duanna is also a Certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher who trained with Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach. One of the highlights of her life is meeting His Holiness the Dalai Lama in 2014: “He shook my hands twice! His Holiness’s lightness of being and purity of heart have left an indelible mark on me… I’m humbled and deeply grateful for the precious opportunity to meet him. He has inspired me to devote my work to asking the question: How can leadership reduce suffering and support people to achieve meaningful goals and have peace and fulfillment at the same time?”
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"I found the Mindful Leadership program profoundly useful and inspiring. It enabled me to better manage my clients and product teams more purposefully, effectively and with the desired and strategized outcome. One of the most useful tools I learned that helped create a recent and successful negotiation were the principles of generative listening. Listening for content, listening for the hidden clues for what is being said underneath, what did not work for my clients in the past to accomplish and achieve their goal, and how I can help set priorities that reinvent a management strategy for like-minded-mutual success."
— Jeffrey Powers, CLI Landscaping, California
"Thank you for an informative and truly meaningful workshop. I greatly enjoyed it and look forward to attending future events or workshops you hold."
— Dana Marcos, Director of Member Services, Central California Alliance for Health