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Jon Kabat-Zinn. From Photo by Joshua Simpson.
(see article in #5 below)
For the coming week:
Five things you may find useful...  
1.  Leading Change at Work and Beyond, Women's Leadership Online Summit,
Free 8-Day Program, starts today, Sept. 20th, from Berrett-Koehler Publishers
"We believe the world needs a new leadership perspective... [and] that NOW is the time to step forward with courage and purpose... to build community and collaboration to support one another... and to mentor the next generation of leaders. To this end, we believe the women’s leadership movement is one of the most important of our time."
Join 30 leaders with over 20 hours of powerful, transformative content  [read more and register]
2. The Four Keys to Happiness at Work by Emiliana R. Simon-Thomas,
from Greater Good Magazine

"Where I grew up, work sucked. My parents were always drained and exasperated, and never felt financially secure enough to relax... To top it all off, people never seemed to acknowledge or appreciate the great lengths they would go through to do things just right.
"I know they’re not alone. For somewhere between 55 to 80 percent of us, it’s normal to see work as something to be endured, not enjoyed. We toil all day, then come home to a drink or some HGTV, trying to find the right “work-life balance”... while the rest of our life is where we derive true meaning and happiness."
  [read more] 
3. New Book: Handbook of Personal and Organizational Transformation
by Judi Neal, Editor (Springer, 2018). 
Cutting-edge theory and practice on small and large scale transformation.
"There can be no organizational transformation without personal transformation. Anything else is just moving the chairs around on the deck of the Titanic, and we see that all too often in organizations today... In order to see positive change occur in the world, we must shift our consciousness to a high level of thinking and being, but we must also have systems or approaches that scale up, so that there is a collective shift in consciousness in groups, work teams, villages, governments, and corporations. [read more] 
4. Book: Handbook of Faith and Spirituality in the Workplace
by Judi Neal, Editor (Springer, 2013)

This Handbook is a comprehensive collection of essays by the preeminent researchers and practitioners in faith and spirituality in the workplace, featuring not only the most current research and case examples, but visions of what will be, or should be, emerging over the horizon.
[read more
5. Top articles/videos this month from "Mindful Leader":
No Blueprint, Just Love - Jon Kabat-Zinn and how MBSR was started

It's Possible to Make Money and Do Good

Creating A Respectful And Inclusive Culture Is About Leadership, Not Policy

Seeing the Brain in Flow with Dr. Judson Brewer [Video]
Yale News

Research: To Be a Good Leader, Start By Being a Good Follower
Harvard Business Review
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