Pandit Dasa, the mindful leadership expert and keynote speaker, has launched a new talk highlighting the importance of resilience and mindfulness during the pandemic. During this time of high stress and uncertainty, anxiety can rise and it’s important to learn best practices for coping and succeeding.
More information can be found at: http://panditdasa.com/resilience
Pandit Dasa is a former NYC monk, and he’s also an author and leadership speaker who has addressed major companies like Google, IBM and State Farm. He captures his audience’s attention by sharing his unique experience as a monk and the leadership lessons it taught him.
He encourages leadership and co-workers to appreciate and celebrate the success and contribution of others. This helps to create a mindful workplace that encourages creativity, productivity and dedication.
It also fosters trust and enhances teamwork, greatly impacting employee performance. Alongside this, Pandit Dasa emphasizes the importance of leading without ego, cultivating self awareness, and the benefits of personal growth and development.
His latest talk discusses mindfulness and resilience during the pandemic and for social distancing. He highlights that it’s crucial for people to be aware of their physical and mental health as well as their emotional health.
Combined with writing exercises, the talk will address the importance of positive relationships, the myth of multitasking, healthy eating, unplugged sleep, regular exercise and maintaining a personal hobby.
Participants will also learn the science behind mindfulness, and they will be guided through a variety of practices for reducing stress. Activities include breathing exercises, focusing the mind, practicing gratitude and more.
He states: “Change breaks us out of our comfort zone and disrupts our routine making us feel uncomfortable. However, change is the biggest constant in our life. Most external changes are out of our control and can’t be avoided.”
“What we can do is build resilience and begin to recognize that change is actually the most powerful thing that can happen to us to help us grow, mature and become stronger for the future challenges that are sure to come in our personal and professional life.”
Full details of the new talk can be found on the URL above.
Additional details are provided at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFdbx_kCEPs&feature=youtu.be
His full website can be found at: https://www.panditdasa.com
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