Venerable Thubten Chodron | Nguyên Từ dịch Việt: Lời Khuyên Dành Cho Các Nhà Lãnh Đạo Thanh Niên Phật Giáo | Key strategies for Buddhist youth leaders

Tại một buổi pháp thoại dành cho giới trẻ tổ chức bởi “Camp Lions and Dharma in Action,” với sự hỗ trợ của Pureland Marketing và FOSAS, Singapore, khi được đề nghị có những lời khuyên cụ thể nhằm mang lại lợi ích cho bản thân cũng như cho những người khác mà những nhà…

Trisha Bhullar | Timeqube: Everything You Need To Know About Mindful Leadership

Being a leader is tough, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Practicing mindful leadership is the perfect way to become a better, calmer leader. Here’s how to start. WHAT’S A MINDFUL LEADER? A mindful leader is present, non-judgemental and tackles problems with clarity. He/She encourages focus, creativity, and compassion while in the service…

Dr. Rob Sheehan: Leading with an Open Mind

How open minded are you, really? This is a question I have been asking myself since reading an interview with Adam Grant about his newest book, Think Again. In his interview with Inc. magazine, Grant explains that most of us spend our time in one of three different mind-sets: Preacher Mode: Persuading others to your point of view. Prosecutor Mode: Trying to prove someone…

Dr. Rob Sheehan: Are You Coachable?

Our new cohort of Executive MBAs at Smith Maryland are about to start the Executive Coaching part of our program and I am sending them this recent article* from Harvard Business Review to help them make sure they are in the right frame of mind to start the process. But, all of us need to be open to “coaching” whether we have…