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Meditation & Reflective Practice

Knowledge Building:

Reflective practices enable self-awareness of our state of being AND our actions so that we can engage in a process of continuous learning, growth, and development.

Meditation is a type of reflective practice or mental exercise specifically focused on spiritual enlightenment.

Today, let’s explore three powerful strategies to help leaders integrate reflective practices and meditation into their personal and professional lives.

Strategy 1: Embrace Meditation Best Practices

Start by finding a quiet, focused space where you can center yourself. Begin by breathing slowly and deeply, counting to four with each inhale and exhale. Focus solely on your breath, gently filtering out other thoughts as they arise. After a few minutes, allow yourself to hone in on a specific thought or recurring theme. Reflect on how that thought impacts your life and identify any actions you can take to address it.

Strategy 2: Utilize the ABC Model

The ABC model provides a structured approach to understanding behavior by examining Antecedents, Behaviors, and Consequences. Use this framework to analyze your actions and their underlying triggers and outcomes. By understanding these contingencies, you can design interventions to shape or modify your behavior effectively.

Strategy 3: Explore Various Reflective Practices

Engage in a variety of reflective practices such as journaling, goal review, critical thinking, and self-assessment. Experiment with different methods to find what resonates best with you. Reflection is essential for effective leadership, enabling leaders to gain self-awareness, learn from experiences, and make informed decisions to cultivate a positive organizational culture.

By integrating these strategies into their lives, leaders can enhance their self-awareness, decision-making skills, and overall effectiveness in both personal and professional contexts. Remember, reflection and meditation are powerful tools for growth and transformation.



Set a timer for 3 minutes of reflection.


Rate your current ability to integrate reflective practices and meditation 1-5 (5 highest).