Mindfulness ensures focus at Carlsberg IT

Børsen newspaper reports on a study by Jochen Reb of Carlsberg IT's recent Corporate-Based Mindfulness Training programme. Employees have experienced a significant decrease in emotional exhaustion and Carlsberg’s CIO Kenneth Egelund Schmidt, is very satisfied with the initial results of the program.

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Carlsberg IT abandons multitasking for mindfulness instead

Børsen newspaper ran a second article on The Potential Project's Corporate-Based Mindfulness Program in Carlsberg IT, this one focusing on how the organisation is abandoning the time- and energy-wasting habit of multitasking.

While multitasking increases stress and hinders productivity, creativity and positive affect, mindfulness does precisely the opposite.

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Børsen Newspaper on Mindfulness in Carlsberg

Danish business newspaper Børsen has published two articles on mindfulness and The Potential Project's upcoming CBMT programme with Carlsberg. In addition to some key facts about mindfulness, the articles feature commentaries from Carlsberg’s CIO Kenneth Egelund Schmidt and from Jochen Reb, assistant professor of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources at Singapore Management University.

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Mindfulness and Energy Management

Potential Project Senior Trainer Chin Lai Meng has written an article on Mindfulness and Energy Management which was recently published in the Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce & Industry magazine.

Leaders and decision-makers need to sustain a high level of energy to handle the demands that the modern working environment makes on our attention. Mindfulness as a practice can conserve our energy so that this vital resource can be managed and sustained. Lai Meng's article outlines scientific research into mindfulness as energy management and describes how mindfulness can be applied as a workplace practice.

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Developing Global Leaders

This article by Thomas Menkhoff was published in the Business Times, Singapore's only daily business broadsheet, on April 25 2012. Menkhoff queries the traditional attributes of 'Asian' business leadership and identifies mindfulness as a key quality of effective leadership that should be cultivated to enrich the development of global leaders.

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