Mindfulness and Energy Management

Thursday, 19 April 2012 08:08 |

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.

» Download the article (PDF, 545 Kb) 

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