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Janice Marturano founded the Institute for Mindful Leadership in 2010, following five years of developing curriculum and providing mindful leadership training to leaders from around the world. Prior to founding the Institute, she was the Director of Leadership Education at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare and Society. For more than a decade she has been the Vice President, Public Responsibility and Deputy General Counsel of General Mills Inc., a Fortune 200 company. She is the author of Finding the Space to Lead: A Practical Guide to Mindful Leadership.

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  • 1. Powered by insights from Janice Marturano
  • 2. This presentation consists of highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
  • 3. Janice Marturano Janice Marturano founded the Institute for Mindful Leadership in 2010, following five years of developing curriculum and provid- ing mindful leadership training to leaders from around the world. Prior to founding the Institute, she was the Director of Leadership Education at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare and Society. For more than a decade she has been the Vice Presi- dent, Public Responsibility and Deputy Gen- eral Counsel of General Mills Inc., a Fortune 200 company. She is the author of Finding the Space to Lead: A Practical Guide to Mindful Leadership. @JaniceMarturano
  • 4. 1 The mindful leader embodies Focus, Clarity, Creativity and Compassion and does it in the service of others.
  • 5. 2 Leadership presence is always about redirecting your mind to meet each moment with equanimity. Ignite it by committing to:
  • 6. 2 Leadership presence is always about redirecting your mind to meet each moment with equanimity. Ignite it by committing to: A mediation practice
  • 7. 2 Leadership presence is always about redirecting your mind to meet each moment with equanimity. Ignite it by committing to: Making Purposeful pauses a discipline
  • 8. 2 Leadership presence is always about redirecting your mind to meet each moment with equanimity. Ignite it by committing to: Giving yourself permission to Reflect
  • 9. 3 Experience presence and the first thing you’ll notice is how much of your time is spent on mindless activities. eliminate them.
  • 10. 4 The mindful leader understands that her greatest responsibility is to understand herself and to align who she is with what she does.
  • 11. 5 Don’t be fooled into thinking that you can always bounce back from burnout. Research is proving that your mental resilience can reach a maximum depilation level where it can’t recover.
  • 12. 6 Next time you’re facing conflict or a challenging situation, try this:
  • 13. 6 Next time you’re facing conflict or a challenging situation, try this: Pause before you react
  • 14. 6 Next time you’re facing conflict or a challenging situation, try this: Notice whether you’re open to what is
  • 15. 6 Next time you’re facing conflict or a challenging situation, try this: Listen deeply to yourself and the other person
  • 16. 6 Next time you’re facing conflict or a challenging situation, try this: Speak the truth with the intent to do no harm
  • 17. 7 Remember that compassion isn’t empathy or feeling sorry for someone. It’s about a deep understanding of the person or situation.
  • 18. 7 Remember that compassion isn’t empathy or feeling sorry for someone. It’s about a deep understanding of the person or situation.
  • 19. 8 Under stress,your mind has the tendency to narrow its focus. use a Purposeful Pause or a brief reflection to gain the space you need to see clearly and make a skillful decision.
  • 20. 9 Meditation is awareness. It’s simply noticing what’s happening when its happening.
  • 21. 10 If you have to imply or think about being authentic; you’re not.
  • 22. Is who you are aligned with what you’re doing? REALLY REFLECT...
  • 23. Connect WITH US! Tell us what you think Chase@33voices.com