Event Categories: Business, Inspire, Meditation, and NatureEvent Tags: leadership, meditation, mindfulness, nature, and Yoga
Do you want to be a more conscious, creative, and compassionate leader?
The future of effective and skilled leadership rests in knowing ourselves at a deep level, how our minds work, and how to develop the skill of being emotionally intelligent. Good leaders recognise that our most precious resource is the people working for and alongside us. How then do we learn to differentiate when we are caught in our egos, or truly listening to others and opening to other points of view?
Until we gain skills in reading emotions the odds are against us making good decisions for ourselves and those we are leading. Experts in decision making and business leadership have worked with Lifeflow to design a unique experience to help you make more considered and effective leadership decisions.
Understanding and applying meditation and mindfulness will allow you to open your mind to gain an overview on any situation you are dealing with – the big picture view. It enables you to listen, both to yourself and to others. You are then able to make clearer decisions.
Who is this retreat for?
Existing or emerging leaders/entrepreneurs who:
-are interested in or have some experience of meditation and mindfulness;
-want to learn how the reflective process might guide them in their roles;
-are looking for professional development in emotional intelligence;
-would like to take time out to learn in a relaxed and informal context;
-need to destress from their busy roles and reflect on how to be a good leader and make more effective decisions.
On this retreat you will learn:
-tools for making good, conscious decisions, based on the discipline of decision analysis;
-a map for understanding how your mind makes decisions, enhancing your ability to innovate and inspire;
-an appreciation of the function and importance of values, both in decision making and in building an organisation;
-knowledge of how the ego works, what it is for, and how it sabotages your leadership;
-meditation and mindfulness skills for going beyond your ego view and getting the most out of your team;
-skills for good communication, for listening to others and being open to their point of view;
t-o maintain greater focus leading to improved judgement and decision making; and
-an increased ability to effectively deal with personal and workplace stress.
From the Lifeflow Meditation community, we have an extraordinary group of experienced leaders who have enthusiastically agreed to share their knowledge on the retreat.
Each will bring their own leadership perspective and how meditation enhanced their own leadership style.
Dr Graham Williams: Founder and Director of Lifeflow, with over 40 years of teaching experience bringing a wealth of knowledge in the field of meditation and mindfulness.
Sally McLennan: a successful businesswoman and recent graduate of the Inner MBA, who discovered how beneficial applying the skills and training of meditation can be both personally and professionally.
Emeritus Professor Steve Begg: a world leader in the field of Decision Making and co-author of ‘Making Good Decisions’, sharing his vast knowledge and expertise in this area.
You will also have plenty of time to spend reflecting and relaxing in the beautiful natural environment of Tara Hills Retreat Centre.
Tara Hills is a private purpose-built meditation retreat facility with sweeping views and clear starry skies (just 45 minutes from the Adelaide CBD). This special place gives you the space and time to reflect and recharge away from your constant day to day demands.
Immerse yourself in the retreat experience by taking in the views, native flora and fauna or walking the quiet roads around the property.
Enjoy delicious vegetarian meals, comfortable accommodation, optional yoga and guided meditation classes.
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10% Early Bird Discount Ends 19 April