How can mindful leadership training enhance focus, clarity, creativity, resilience and compassion?

Janice L. Marturano, Founder and Executive Director, Institute for Mindful Leadership explains

Welcome to the Institute for Mindful Leadership, a non-profit organization. We offer retreats and workshops that train the mind’s innate capability to be focused, see with clarity, cultivate creativity and embody compassion. Just as we understand that there are innate capacities of our bodies that can be trained to make us more resilient, flexible and stronger, we now know from neuroscience research that there is universal training we can experience that can cultivate and strengthen our mind’s capacity. Mindful Leadership training is fitness for the mind. With dedication and practice, you can transform yourself, your organization and your community.

Upcoming Retreats and Workshops

April 9-13, 2014
Join professionals from around the world at this intensive 4-day residential retreat. This is your opportunity to step off the autopilot treadmill of our hurried over-connected over-scheduled lives and begin to train the mind’s innate capabilities.Concluded- Please see our May or October retreats.
October 3-5, 2014
In this two night retreat, mindfulness meditation practice and practical applications of mindful leadership are experienced as we explore the ways in which our ability to create space in our day affects our ability to lead-whether we are leading a global organization, a team, our family or our own lives.
May 6 – 8, 2014
With the generous support of the Eileen Fisher Foundation, we are pleased to offer this two night Leading Differently retreat for non-profit leaders. As a community dedicated to non-profit services, we will engage in meditation, leadership reflection and practical daily applications.

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Finding the Space to Lead: A Practical Guide to Mindful Leadership

by Janice Marturano

The complexity and relentless pace of our world places exceptional demands on leaders today. They work incredibly hard and yet feel that they are not meeting their own expectations of excellence. They feel disconnected from their own values and overburdened. By the thousands, they seek out books on leadership skills, time management, and “getting things done,” but the techniques these volumes offer, useful as they are, don’t often don’t speak to the leader’s fundamental sense that something is missing.

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