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WEBINAR: Mindful Leadership: Emotional Intelligence is the Key to Success

  • Wed, August 18, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (PDT)
  • Online via Zoom


  • Member of South King County SHRM Chapter.
  • Members who have a webinar credit from the purchase of a 2020 Meal Deal package.
  • An individual who is not a member of the South King County SHRM Chapter.
  • An individual who is attending college full-time.

Registration is closed

Abdul Kalumbi

It has been said Mindfulness is the new workplace “superpower” -- a way of thinking and being in the present moment rather than fixating on the past or imagining the future. It is also accepting our thoughts and feelings without judging them, without believing there is a “wrong” or “right” way to think or feel in each moment. Leaders that practice Mindfulness can increase their positive impact on those they lead. They suspend judgement of their counterparts or subordinates before receiving the complete picture. They wisely respond to organizational problems and other people instead of knee jerk reacting, which tends to exacerbate the problem or makes others feel small.

Join us to discuss:

  • What is Mindfulness?
  • What is Mindful Leadership?
  • Mindfulness Practice Reshapes the Brain
  • Benefits of Learning Mindful Leadership
  • Guide, Not Control: Learning Gentle Guidance, Avoiding Heavy-Handed Controlling

About Abdul

Mzelea Leadership is owned and operated by Abdul Kalumbi. Abdul has a background in political consulting as he worked in the United States Congress for two high profile U.S. senators. With his background consulting in the government sector, Abdul is now taking his experience and skillset to the private sector. As a certified Mindfulness Coach, Abdul has years of experience teaching Mindfulness and practicing it himself. Abdul is also an Executive Coach who teaches what he calls Leadership Mindfulness.

Approved for 1 SHRM PDC and 1 HRCI (General) Credit

AFTER YOU REGISTER: 2 days before the webinar we will email you the meeting ID and link.  Be sure to check your spam folder if your email provider blocks emails from South King County SHRM.

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