One Second Ahead: Integrating Mindfulness into Our Everyday Work
March 7, 2016
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
Do you feel pressured, always-on, information overloaded and distracted at work, and, well, pretty much always? As we know by now, this has become our new way of working and living. As author Rasmus Hougaard says, "our attention is under siege; and there is a direct link between attention and results." In his new book, One Second Ahead: Enhance your Performance at Work with Mindfulness, Hougaard, who is also the director of The Potential Project, provides an abundance of pragmatic approaches for bringing Mindfulness into your daily life and work. Tune in for a conversation with Executive Certificate in Transformational Leadership Director, Sheryl D. Phillips and Rasmus Hougaard and discover inspiration to help you make shifts that can change your life.
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