Archive | November, 2012

Working With Mindfulness Webinar Series, Part 2

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This episode features a second installment from Mirabai Bush‘s recent conversation with Dr. Richard Davidson. The conversation took place during one of More Than Sound and Bush’s monthly webinars exploring mindfulness in the workplace, and beyond.

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Working With Mindfulness Webinar Series, Part 1

Welcome to the More Than Sound podcast.

Mirabai Bush has made several appearances here on the podcast, and she’s partnered with More Than Sound to conduct monthly webinars exploring mindfulness in the workplace, and beyond. This episode, features a portion of Bush’s webinar with Dr. Richard Davidson, and is the first of a series in which we’ll share excerpts from the discussions.

To learn about future webinars, be sure to like our facebook page and follow us on twitter. Buttons on the upper right of this page will take you to both.

Discussing The Leader’s Mind, With Daniel Siegel

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If you’re a regular listener you may remember Daniel Siegel discussing his concept of “mindsight” here on the podcast. Siegel spoke with Daniel Goleman once more for the Leadership: A Master Class series, and this episode features an excerpt of their conversation in which Siegel makes some connections between emotional intelligence and his research of the pre-frontal cortex.

Socially Intelligent Leadership, with Warren Bennis

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Warren Bennis is a scholar and professor who’s been described as a pioneer in the field of leadership studies. This episode of the podcast features an excerpt from his discussion with Daniel Goleman, featured in Leadership: A Master Class, which centers around the importance of noticing.

Negotiation, With Erica Fox

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Many people view negotiation as something they might only encounter when it’s time to sign a contract, or ask for a raise. But according to Erica Fox, a Harvard Law School lecturer and part of the school’s Project on Negotiation, it’s much more than that. Fox sat down with Daniel Goleman to discuss how widely used negotiation is in its basic form, and what styles serve business best. This episode of the podcast features an excerpt from their discussion Getting Beyond Yes, from the series Leadership: A Master Class.