The 2013 Leading to Well-Being conference, Leading to Well-Being: Facilitating Leadership for a Well-Lived Life, was held on April 12 at the Mason Inn and Conference Center.
The Leading to Well-Being Conference, initiated in 2010 and co-sponsored by the Center for Consciousness and Transformation (CCT) and Mason Leads at George Mason University, includes notable scholars and industry leaders addressing innovations in leadership and well-being. The concept of Leading to Well-Being starts with the individual and then engages others in the exploration of meaning, purpose, positive relationships, and mindfulness.
The keynote speakers at this year's conference included Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence and The Brain and Emotional Intelligence, and Annie McKee, co-author of Primal Leadership and Resonant Leadership.
In the following videos, speakers from the conference address questions and share their thoughts about several areas of well-being.
Videos by Michael Galvin, GMU University Life. To view all the videos on Vimeo, please click here.
To you, what does it mean to live a well lived life?
How have you been positively transformed by your own commitment to well-being?
How can individuals and organizations plant seeds of well-being that positively influence other's lives?
What hopes do you have as Mason positions itself to evolve as a well-being university with the motto "thriving together"?
What nuggets of wisdom can you share for someone interested in increasing their own well-being?
What is your personal favorite well-being practice, and would you be willing to demonstrate it?
June 10, 2013