Tuesdays with Morrisey: How Conscious Leadership Is Leading A New Era of Influence
In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, the term “conscious” has become a buzzword, weaving its way into various aspects of the corporate world. From “conscious capitalism” to “conscious leadership,” there’s a growing emphasis on mindfulness and intentionality in leadership, along with different ways to be conscious in business. But what does it truly mean to be a conscious leader, and why is this concept gaining traction now?
On this episode of Tuesdays with Morrisey, host Adam Morrisey sits down with Diana Chapman, Leadership Advisor and Founding Partner of the Conscious Leadership Group, to dig into the principles of consciousness in leadership and its transformative impact on businesses and personal lives. Their discussion covers…
– Being present, non-reactive, and taking responsibility for one’s influence in business.
– The significance of operating “above and below the line” in leadership.
– Practical tools for self-awareness and shifting out of reactivity.
Diana Chapman, a seasoned leadership advisor, has dedicated her career to promoting consciousness in leadership and business. Drawing inspiration from the Hendrix Institute, she co-authored “The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership,” which serves as a guide for leaders seeking authenticity and alignment in their roles.
Article by Rafael Abreu