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, the mindfulness app for the workplace powered by Wisdom Labs! The Wise@Work app features hundreds of practices from leading voices in mindfulness including Jack Kornfield and 1440 Multiversity co-creator Scott Kriens! Listen to Scott's 7-part learning and meditation series, based on 1440's Truth North Leadership program, by selecting the "Learn" tab in the Wise@Work App and then scrolling down to "True North Leadership."
Wisdom Labs provides science-based learning and practices to help improve mental, emotional, and social wellbeing at work. Their mission is to create wiser workplaces for a better world, using the Wise@Work digital product suite to create lasting, positive change beginning with how we work. Wisdom Labs believes that by making the world's workers more mindful we can affect positive changes that will ripple across teams and through the products, services, and policies they create.
Free Webinars from Wise @ Work Watch: Disrupting Unconscious Bias in the Workplace
Conversations around Unconscious Bias have grown exponentially in today's climate, but what steps can we take to understand these impulses and how to navigate them in the workplace? Mindfulness Teacher Michelle Maldonado joins Wisdom Labs Chief Science Officer Parneet Pal, MBBS, MS, for this conversation on the science behind biases, how to navigate microaggressions, and the role of Mindfulness and Compassion in creating a more equitable workplace.
Watch: Building a Mindful Workplace
Wisdom Labs partnered with Scott Shute, Head of Mindfulness and Compassion and LinkedIn, for this webinar on how to nurture a more mindful work environment for yourself and others. The session covers the importance of mental, emotional, and psychological health in the workplace, Scott's own journey to becoming a bastion of corporate mindfulness, and actionable advice for current and future leaders seeking to make positive change today.
Watch: Wise@Work Virtual Communities
Wisdom Labs launched Wise@Work Virtual Communities as part of their response to the COVID-19 crisis in the Spring of 2020. The project was designed to build a weekly online mindfulness community with live practices led by teachers including Rick Hanson, Jud Brewer, Eve Ekman, Laurie Cameron, Mark Coleman and more. Enjoy this playlist covering everything from self-compassion to stress resilience, handling grief, and even achieving a more restful sleep.