IF Insurance hires The Potential Project

Thursday, 16 February 2012 08:07 |

IF Insurance, the leading Scandinavian insurance company with approximately 6,400 employees, has asked The Potential Project to conduct a 4-month Mindful Leadership Program for a group of 20 leaders from its Danish headquarters. 

After having experienced the benefits of Mindfulness Training in corporate working life through an earlier CBMT Program, IF Insurance is now determined to bring these benefits to its leaders as well. This time the program will incorporate training to manage the added challenges that leaders and managers face in a corporate environment.

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