April 1, 2021
Full Body Yes by Scott Shute, Head of Mindfulness and Compassion, LinkedIn
Friday, April 23 at 1 PM (PST)
Scott Shute – Head of Mindfulness and Compassion, LinkedIn
Scott is at the intersection of the workplace and ancient wisdom traditions. He has been an active advocate for customers and employees in the technology space for over 20 years, with roles ranging from sales, customer advocacy, and customer service leadership. Previously, he was the Vice President of LinkedIn’s Customer Operations organization. In his current role as Head of Mindfulness and Compassion at LinkedIn, Scott blends his lifelong practice and passion with his practical leadership and operations experience. His mission is to change work from the inside out by “mainstreaming mindfulness” and “operationalizing compassion.” He is the author of the book The Full Body Yes, available in May 2021.
About Full Body Yes!
Work shouldn’t be a burden that takes place outside of your “real life.” It should, and can, be a source of happiness and authentic meaning―if you work from the inside out. In The Full Body Yes, LinkedIn’s Head of Mindfulness and Compassion Programs Scott Shute shows how the evolution within companies lies in the evolution of ourselves. After all, a company is the sum of its people: we decide where, how, and why we work.
Through a four-step action plan, Scott Shute demonstrates how the journey to a working life of happiness and authentic meaning is fueled by compassion. Through guided activities to cultivate compassion for yourself and others, you’ll move toward a work lifestyle that allows you to:
● Discover what is important to you so that you can spend more time doing just that
● Recognize and empower the deeper part of yourself
● Measure your success by your own happiness
● Allow yourself to develop and evolve at work
● Love and serve all of life (including yourself)
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