Mind Transformations LLC

The Center for Mindfulness, Resilience and Well-Being

Transform your mind, unlock potential, change outcomes, and thrive.

We are committed to helping leaders, employees, teams and individuals unlock potential and flourish in an age of disruption by:

  • Building resilience and better supporting and connecting with patients, students, customers, clients, colleagues and family.

  • Improving the stress response with evidence-based resiliency skills, tools, and practices.

  • Enhancing the quality of inner well-being to create more satisfying choices, actions, and outcomes.

  • Supporting learning with intention, evidence-based mindfulness and gratitude practices.

Resilience can be developed and sustained in the face of chronic stress, increasing demands, disruption, complexity, and change.

Change Leaders

Thrive through change and disruption!

Like it or not, change and disruption aren’t going away. Neither is the pressure on leaders, teams, and employees to quickly respond and adapt to it. Disruption has become the new norm, leaving many stressed, exhausted and struggling to keep up.

Equip your leaders, teams and employees to better navigate change and disruption by developing measurable and sustainable resilience for a better return on investment (ROI) on your development investment and for more satisfying change outcomes.

Mindful Leaders

Be more effective, bolster creativity, improve self-perception and decrease sickness absence.

Mindfulness changes the structure and function of the brain, improving cognitive performance in concentration, critical thinking, strategic thinking, and decision-making. But, the most successful and effective leader is no longer the one who had the smartest strategy or the best spreadsheet. It is the leader who can inspire. It’s not about being perfect, but to be able to support and cultivate human potential.

Leaders and future leaders will need to be mindful and work with other leaders to practice and implement mindfulness before employees will buy in. By being mindful, leaders in turn encourage diversity and inclusion, bolster creativity, and develop buy-in from employees.

By teaching leaders to be more mindful, they can shift to a mindset of focus and awareness on both themselves and the business. Being able to engage in self-reflection and greater empathy for others is going to bear the best results.

This is an important part of what it means to develop emotional intelligence (EQ). Understanding and managing emotions can help relieve stress, boost communication, help develop empathy, and resolve conflict. Mindfulness develops EQ skills in self-awareness, self-regulation, and interpersonal relationship building.

A July 2016 study published by Society of Occupational Medicine indicated mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) participants reported improved cognitive (self-esteem) and emotional well-being and reported significantly fewer workdays off due to sickness compared to the control group. Advocating for and supporting this form of cost-effective workplace stress management for employees is beneficial.

The Impact of Transformative Leadership and Mindfulness in the Workplace

More than 10,000 employees participated in a study with Duke University through Aetna’s ‘Mindfulness and Wellness Initiative’ reported:

28% reduction in self-reported stress levels

20% improvement in sleep quality

19% reduction in pain

62 minute average per week of added productivity

"We’re different now. Everybody started coming to me with ideas about how we could be better.”

- Former Aetna CEO Mark T. Bertolini, speaking to the outcomes

“Resilience is about being able to overcome the unexpected. Sustainability is about survival. The goal of resilience is to thrive." Jamais Cascio