Applying Mindfulness to Work

June 13, 2016 | Julie Luzarraga

Julie Luzarraga HorizontalMy experience in Duke’s Leadership Program in Integrative Healthcare this past year has been an enriching experience.  One of the many benefits is how this program has helped me enhance our programs for companies and larger groups in utilizing mindfulness as a leadership and management tool.

Below you will find a link to a Case Study on how I used this with Women’s Fund of Omaha.  I am grateful to them for allowing me this opportunity and look forward to doing more of this work with other organizations!

Applying Informed Mindfulness to the Work of Non-profit Leaders: A Case Study

By Julie Luzarraga, LICSW, DCSW

Leadership in the Present is a program designed to teach participants how to bring mindfulness skills to the unique lives of leaders and executives looking to deepen their existing skills and increase their effectiveness as leaders both personally and professionally. Mindfulness is an intentional practice of cultivating awareness both internally and externally.  There is a variety of techniques for practicing mindfulness.  The common components of any mindfulness practice are: creating the intention; utilizing a focusing device (such as the breath); non-judgment; and self-compassion. . . READ MORE

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