Ellen Langer is a Harvard psychology professor and the director of the Langer Mindfulness Institute. She has been described as “The Mother of Mindfulness” and has authored 11 books and more than 200 articles. Her work has influenced two decades of research in positive psychology.
In this conversation, you will hear Ellen share why mindfulness doesn’t require you to sit in hours of meditation. She explains the benefits she has found over 40 years of research for the practice of mindfulness in workplaces and what leaders can do practically to be more mindful and how they can help the people they lead to do the same.
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