Stanford B-School's Tools to Cut Stress, Boost Soft Skills and Productivity
Stressed at work but can't find time to de-stress and meditate? Need to be creative but running into mind blocks? Sidetracked by trivia instead of getting work done? Stanford's Leah Weiss, author of How We Work: Live Your Purpose, Reclaim Your Sanity, and Embrace the Daily Grind, will show us how to sidetrack anxiety and enter a creative state even if we're not feeling like it. She will provide other practical examples as well.
During this interactive session, we will learn how to integrate useful tools derived from mindfulness into our actual workdays. Come learn what Stanford's Graduate School of Business is teaching about how to incorporate evidence-based meditation and mindfulness practices directly into the workday, reaping the benefits of improved productivity, creativity and happiness without having to set aside a special time or place. Weiss' class at Stanford usually has a long waitlist, so sign up for this session before it sells out!
MLF: Personal Growth
January 28, 2019
The Commonwealth Club 110 The Embarcadero Toni Rembe Rock Auditorium San Francisco, 94105 United States
Author, How We Work; Former Director, Stanford's Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education; Principal Teacher, Stanford’s Compassion Cultivation Training Program
5:30 p.m. check-in 6 p.m. program
7 p.m. book signing
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