• Greater self-awareness and language gives leaders opportunities to do something different to change a situation
  • It is a gift for leaders to recognize that as human beings it is normal to experience emotions
  • Staying diligent with developing mindfulness practices that help leaders get grounded and present will make it second nature in time.
  • Learning how to move through challenging situations in smaller steps can alleviate escalation of issues that are put off to handle later or compartmentalized.
  • Being open, curious and kind when reframing the message of the inner critic, saboteur and gremlin can give leaders deep insights that support greater sense of fulfillment.
  • Integrating appreciation and gratitude into meeting design can bring out the best in everyone
  • To override judgements of self and others, how might leaders implement a practice to catch people doing things right.

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