How We Present
Transcendental Meditation: Brain Fitness That Improves Employee Well-Being and Performance
by Kristi Tackett-Newburg
PsychCentral Translate This Article
12 May 2018
The May Newsletter of Transcendental Meditation for Women featured this article:
A new article in PsychCentral by Kristi Tackett-Newburg, MA, LIMHP, CPC, doctoral candidate and CEO of a counseling center, discusses how a company must create a unique and dynamic team to gain a competitive edge and create sustainable advantage in the global market.
The writer discusses the prerequisites to peak performance—planning, focus, creativity, short-term memory, decision-making, proactivity, and broad comprehension—and how they occur when the brain is functioning coherently.
Rigorous research has shown that Transcendental Meditation, significantly more than any other technique, enhances the brain's coherent functioning. Research also shows that regular TM practice can impact the capacity for success by making employees more alert, focused, creative, less stressed, and resilient.
Click here to read the full article online at PsychCentral.com.
About the author
Kristi Tackett-Newburg is the CEO/President of Counseling Connections & Associates located in Omaha, Nebraska. In addition, she works as a licensed independent mental health practitioner and Business Consultant. Kristi is a Ph.D. Candidate and her dissertation focuses on leader emotional intelligence and Millennial subordinate job engagement and turnover intentions.
Copyright © 2018 Psych Central
SOURCE: Transcendental Meditation for Women — May Newsletter
See related articles:
∙ Ready, Set, Go: A Mini Manual for Work Re-Entry
∙ Women: Let's March Onward and Inward in 2018
Translation software is not perfect; however if you would like to try it, you can translate this page using: