Interest in mindfulness training and applying mindfulness at work is growing steadily. "Nothing provides more opportunities than the workplace for us to feel discouraged, disappointed, bored, overwhelmed, envious, embarrassed, anxious, irritated, outraged, and afraid to say what we really feel," says Stanford Graduate School of Business lecturer Leah Weiss. Yet learning to be mindful can put us in "a much better position to change a bad situation" by helping us to respond more creatively to life's challenges and make the workplace a more productive, creative, fulfilling and enjoyable place to be. Here, Theodore Kinni shares Weiss's views on how mindfulness can transform your experience of work by helping you reconnect to your purpose and become a better colleague and leader.
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