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Leading mindfully : how to focus on what matters, influence for good, and enjoy leadership more / Amanda Sinclair.

By: Sinclair, Amanda, 1953- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Crows Nest, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 2016Copyright date: ©2016Description: vi, 229 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781925267044 :.Subject(s): Leadership | Mindfulness (Psychology) | Management | AwarenessDDC classification: 658.4092 Summary: Leadership teacher and researcher Amanda Sinclair shows how mindfulness is helpful for all of us involved in the day-to-day of leadership, in those interactions in organisations, communities, schools and families where we are seeking to influence others towards positive outcomes. Incorporating user-friendly summaries of the latest neuro-scientific and leadership research, Amanda invites us to experiment with twenty mindful practices. None of these activities take extra time or require us to withdraw to a mountain cave. They do help us find time for the people and purposes that matter most to us. In a world where we regularly feel captured by a never ending 'To Do' list, expanding demands and depleted energies, Leading Mindfully provides a practical, simple and powerful path to leadership that is not only sustainable but full of delights and pleasures.
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A guide to cultivating everyday mindfulness for leaders seeking to make their organisations and workplaces productive, fulfilling and enjoyable places to be.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 205-212) and index.

Leadership teacher and researcher Amanda Sinclair shows how mindfulness is helpful for all of us involved in the day-to-day of leadership, in those interactions in organisations, communities, schools and families where we are seeking to influence others towards positive outcomes. Incorporating user-friendly summaries of the latest neuro-scientific and leadership research, Amanda invites us to experiment with twenty mindful practices. None of these activities take extra time or require us to withdraw to a mountain cave. They do help us find time for the people and purposes that matter most to us. In a world where we regularly feel captured by a never ending 'To Do' list, expanding demands and depleted energies, Leading Mindfully provides a practical, simple and powerful path to leadership that is not only sustainable but full of delights and pleasures.

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