Mindfulness

Mindfulness practices can expand our awareness of self and others, enhance well-being and effectiveness, and support personal and collective transformation. I offer organizational, group, and individual mindfulness programing which can be tailored to your needs and/or the needs of your organization.

If you are interested in bringing mindfulness programming (e.g., workshops, courses, retreats, coaching) into your workplace or group, please call or complete the Contact Form to schedule an initial complimentary phone, Skype, or in-person consultation meeting.

Bring Mindfulness to Your Workplace
Mindfulness Trainings
Mindful Leadership Coaching
 Mindfulness Practices and Resource

 Examples of Past Mindfulness Trainings and Presentations:

Summit on Mindfulness for an Inclusive, Just, Sustainable World, Lead Coordinator. Hosted by the Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership Program, Edgewood College, Madison WI, (March 31, 2017).

Mindful Leadership: Growing and Transforming Through Conflict and Change (4-Week Course). Hosted by the Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership Program, Edgewood College, Madison, WI (Thursdays, October 27 – November 17, 2016).

The Transformative Impact of Mindfulness in Racial Justice Work. Racial Justice Summit, Annual Conference of YWCA in Madison, WI (September 29, 2016).

Coming Through the Cloud: Balancing Despair and Hope About Our Future. Realizing Sustainability: Dialogue, Hope, and Action. 2016 Provost’s Summit, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, WI (October 12, 2016).

Mindful Leadership 6-Week Class: Essential Skills for Leading in a Complex World, Hosted bythe Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership Program, Edgewood College, Madison, WI (Thursdays, September 15-October 20, 2016).

Mindful Leadership in Sustainability and Environmental Work: Toward Building Diverse and Inclusive Organizations and Movements, Hosted by Environmental Groups Working Toward Equity Program, Sustain Dane, Madison, WI (June 24, 2016).

Social Justice and Mindfulness: Cultivating Self- and Community-Care. Co-Facilitators: Lisa Baker and Kia Stearn, Hosted by, Consulting for Organizational Reflection and Effectiveness (CORE), Consultant Circle (June 10, 2016).

Mindful Leadership 6-Week Class: Essentials for Leading in a Complex World, Hosted bythe Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership Program, Edgewood College, Madison WI, (April – May 2016).

Mindful Leadership Workshop: Essentials for Leading in a Complex World,Hosted bythe Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership Program, Edgewood College, Madison WI, (February 2016).

Mindful Leadership: Cultivating Self-Awareness, Enhancing Effectiveness, and Building a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace. Workshop with CUNA Mutual Group, Madison, WI (Dec.2015).

Gratitude as Transformational: How does the practice of gratitude and giving thanks strengthen our work, transform our clients, and deepen our connections with each other? Co-Facilitators: Jen Wilson and Lisa Baker, Hosted by, Consulting for Organizational Reflection and Effectiveness (CORE), Consultant Circle (November 2015).

Mindfulness in Public Defense: Cultivating well-being and compassion for self and others. Wisconsin State Public Defenders Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI (November 2015).

Racial justice and mindfulness: Cultivating self-and community-care when there is SO MUCH WORK TO DO. Racial Justice Summit, Annual Conference of YWCA in Madison, WI (October 2015).

Breathing together through “I Can’t Breathe”: Break-out session on mindfulness in working toward justice for all (Rhonda Magee, JD, MA, Keynote Speech). Meeting the World: Exploring the Ethics, Values, and Responsibility of Bringing Mindfulness into Society, Center for Mindfulness Spring Conference, UMASS School, Worcester, MA (April 2015).

Mindfulness for Wellness: 8-Week Mindfulness Class for People Living with HIV. UW HIV Comprehensive Care Program, Madison, WI (Oct. 2014-May 2015).

Mindfulness in Working with People Living with HIV/AIDS, Midwest AIDS Training + Education Center (MATEC), University of Wisconsin, School of Medicine and Public Health (January 2014).

My office is conveniently located in midtown Madison near the UW Campus (westside). Please call 608.622.0376 or email me at LBaker.phd@gmail.com to set up a time to meet in person or over the phone to discuss the needs of your group or organization.

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