Sat, Mar 18|
Mindfulness for Leadership: Takeaways from Implementing Mindfulness in the UK parliament
What are some new perspectives for Leaders in the space of Mindfulness? Is it useful in the space of Public Leadership too? Join us as we hear from Chris Ruane about his work in the UK parliament as an MP and beyond.
Time & Location
Mar 18, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM GMT+5:30
About the Event
In this webinar, the team from Centre for Mindfulness will converse with Chris Ruane who has served as MP in the UK parliament since 1997.
Chris was responsible for implementing mindfulness training for British Members of Parliament, peers and their staff since 2013. In 2014, he co-established the Mindfulness All Party Parliamentary Group (MAPPG), a cross party group dedicated to developing public policy on mindfulness in health, education, criminal justice and the workplace and was active in producing and publicising two reports: Mindful Nation UK report and Mindfulness in the Workplace and now co-chairs the MAPPG. He is also working with mindfulness advocates in over 40 different countries who wish to take mindfulness to their legislatures. This conversation will be an opportunity to learn more about his groundbreaking work.
Join us as we interview Chris Runae about his takeaways and look at things that has relevance in and can be implemented in our countries.
Chris Ruane : UK Parliament and Mindfulness advocate
Dr. Kathirasan K: Founder, Centre for Mindfulness (Singapore)
Albert Tiong: Managing director (Singapore)
Nikhila Sharma: Managing Director (India)
Who is it for?
Anyone interested in understanding the scope/implementation of Mindfulness in Leadership