Archive | January, 2013

Working With Mindfulness Webinar 3, Part 1

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For the third edition of Mirabai Bush‘s Working With Mindfulness webinar series, she was joined by Daniel Goleman, and the two discussed different methods of stress reduction. The excerpt featured in this episode of the podcast includes a conversation about the role of mindfulness in remaining focussed and attentive, and and exercise useful for increasing focus. So find a comfortable spot tot listen if you can.

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Being at Peace with Food – Webinar with Brandt Passalacqua

This webinar is an overview of Brandt’s work and personal experience on finding peace with food. Our ‘Being at Peace with Food’ CD includes easy-to-practice meditations and contemplations to gently help you develop a healthy relationship with food, and yourself.
Brandt Passalacqua is an author, speaker, and the founder of Peaceful Weight Loss™ through Yoga.


Moral Development In Learning Organizations

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Peter Senge introduced his book The Fifth Discipline, over two decades ago, and in the years since then his concept of learning organizations has been embraced worldwide. A conversation between Senge and Daniel Goleman is included as a bonus in More Than Sound’s Leadership: A Master Class box set, and in this episode of the podcast we feature an excerpt from it in which the two discuss the role of moral development in learning organizations.

Working With Mindfulness Webinar #3, Video

Mirabai Bush, co-founder of The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society and a key adviser to Google’s Search Inside Yourself curriculum, hosts a free, one-hour webinar series each month called Working with Mindfulness: Research and Practice of Mindful Techniques in Organizations. The third webcast in the series featured a discussion with Daniel Goleman about choosing the right natural stress-reduction technique to suit the practitioners’ preferences and situation.

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Mirabai Bush’s Working With Mindfulness audio CD is available in the More Than Sound online store.

Socially Intelligent Computing, part 2

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New York University professor Clay Shirky explores the intersection of social networks and electronic networks. Previously on the podcast, we featured an excerpt from his CD Socially Intelligent Computing in which he and Daniel Goleman discussed how the very structure of the internet supports behavior such as flaming, and inhibits users’ ability to connect. In this episode, the two discuss ways that structure could be improved, challenges that groups of users face in the meantime, and the important role emotion plays in bridging the gaps.

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What Distinguishes Great Leaders?

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Richard Boyatzis is a Case Western professor who, over the course of decades researching competencies, leadership, and management, has authored six books and over 100 articles on the subjects. His CD series, Resonant Leadership, offers tools to help leaders practice effective, emotionally intelligent leadership. That practice depends on a base understanding of great leadership which his research won’t establish for you, but listening to the excerpt featured in this weeks podcast will.


Discussing Leadership With Bill George, Part 2

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Recently, we featured Daniel Goleman and Bill George, a Harvard Business School professor, and former Medtronic chairman and CEO, discussing ethical leadership. For this episode of the podcast, we’ll revisit that conversation, the entirety of which can be heard in the series Leadership: A Master Class, to learn more about authentic leadership and the “True North Leadership” concept.