The Polk Museum of Art will host its second Mindful Leadership workshop presented by Emily Rogers on Friday, Jan. 27, noon – 1 p.m.
Rogers, a business consultant, will discuss during the increasing number of Fortune 500 visionaries who have discovered the advantages of incorporating mindfulness into company culture and professional development practices.
Mindfulness is a transformational practice designed to intentionally cultivate and strengthen the mind’s capacity to be fully present, Rogers said. It invites leaders to explore for themselves the possibility of bringing all of their mind’s power to each moment in their lives and work, which results in enhanced performance, greater productivity, better decision-making and improved well-being.
Rogers presented this class at the museum in August to a packed audience. Although the workshop is free, reservations are required. RSVP by emailing Reservations@PolkMuseumofArt.org or calling (863) 688-7743, ext. 249.
The Polk Museum of Art is located at 800 E. Palmetto St. in Lakeland.
About Emily Rogers
As a business consultant, executive coach and retreat leader, Rogers advises
and supports businesses, organizations and individuals in growing and realizing their
full potential in purposeful and balanced ways. She is an adjunct leadership
development instructor at Polk State Corporate College and is certified to administer
the Leadership Circle Profile™. Prior to starting her business in 2013, she advised
Fortune 100 brands, professional sports teams and global nonprofits as an executive
leader and senior consultant with IEG (now ESP Properties), a WPP company. Rogers serves on the boards of the Polk Museum of Art and the Polk Education