Mindfulness research can suffer from poor methodology, with subjective evaluation. The Mindful Futures Network is helping to map the best tests and measures of effectiveness in Australia.
Ministers, Agency Heads and CEOs need their executives to REAP more sustainable solutions to deal with the major issues confronting citizens, communities and employees: Respond, Engage, Attend and Produce. That’s the advice of Australia21 Director Peter Yuile, who draws on his long experience and deep understanding of government and the Australian public service to provide insight to senior executives.
Thinking outside the box, researchers are finding new applications for mindfulness, empathy and compassion at a systems level right across Australia. The Mindful Futures Network is mapping and showcasing their projects and activities to inform, inspire and connect those working in the space.
What do LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner, health students at Melbourne’s Monash University and a very diverse group of participants in a welfare sector pilot study run by Australia21 have in common? Mindfulness, empathy and compassion.
The Mindful Futures Network will chart how innovations in mindfulness, empathy and compassion can contribute to the health and proficiency of organisations.
Interested in finding out about the new research and applications of mindfulness, empathy and compassion that are shaping social change in Australia? Then the Mindful Futures Network is for you. […]