How Mentally Healthy Workplaces Start with Mindful Leaders

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Creating a mentally healthy and emotionally safe work environment starts with mindful leadership. Mindfulness practice trains managers and leaders to open up a space where they can more readily choose their response under pressure rather than reacting on autopilot. This means they’re more likely to regulate their emotions, empathize, and view situations from multiple perspectives—all key to creating a mentally healthy workplace.

You’ll walk away from this webinar with the following:

  • An understanding of how mindfulness affects key leadership traits, including resilience, collaboration, and focus
  • Knowledge about how mindfulness training can prevent leaders from falling into traps that lead to less healthy workplaces
  • Practical strategies to engage managers in mindfulness training within your organization


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Megan Reitz

Professor of Leadership, Hult International Business School, UK

Megan Reitz is professor of leadership and dialogue at Hult International Business School in the UK, where she speaks, researches, and consults on the intersection of leadership, change, dialogue, and mindfulness. She led the world’s first control trial of an eight-week mindful leader program at Ashridge Hult. She has presented her research to audiences around the world and is the author of three books: Dialogue in Organizations, Mind Time, and Speak Up. Her passion centers on how we meet, see, hear, speak, learn with, and encounter one another in organizational systems. Her research and publications, which have been featured in Harvard Business Review and Forbes magazine and on the BBC and Deutsche Welle, explore the links between mindfulness and leadership capacities for the 21st century.