Lunch & Learn Webinar
Compassionate Leadership: When The Dalai Lama And Brain Scientists Agree on Something, You Want To Listen!
Thursday, October 6, 2016 from 12:15-12:45 PM PT
What exactly is Compassionate Leadership and why is it so important for today’s workplace? During this webinar, you’ll learn the 3 keys to Compassionate Leadership and their immediate effects on productivity, happiness, and creating a positive work environment. When the Dalai Lama and brain scientists agree on something, you definitely want to listen! Learn how research is supporting the cognitive (knowing) and affective (feeling) benefits of compassion, simple tools to bring more awareness to your compassion levels, and what you can do right now to benefit from being a Compassionate Leader.
- 3 keys to Compassionate Leadership so they’ll always be top of mind and ready to integrate
- Evidence based research supporting the development of compassion and how that benefits you both personally and professionally
- Easy to follow tips so you can incorporate compassion into your day to day life, work, etc.
- Simple “checkpoints” to self-analyze and bring more awareness to your compassionate self
About the presenter
Nancy Marmolejo teaches entrepreneurs, leaders, and teams how to tap into their unique genius and use it to lead, communicate, and create more powerfully. Her top-rated podcast, Itenco: Lessons For The Leading Edge, invites listeners to move from their usual ways of doing things and onto their leading edge.
Since 2003, Nancy’s business consulting has helped clients from around the world communicate more clearly, improve productivity, and develop compassionate leadership skills. She’s won numerous awards for her business and has been featured in Smart Money, Redbook, Latina Magazine, The Orange County Register, Univision, NPR and many more.
Nancy has contributed to many books including 365 Days of Gratitude, The Twitter Handbook, and The Zen of Marketing. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her family and a very large orange cat, aptly named Orange Kitty.