NEW YORK, NY – At a time when companies are focused on productivity and employee engagement, some business leaders have turned to Transcendental Meditation to help reduce stress and improve overall job performance. The Center for Leadership Performance in partnership with the David Lynch Foundation hosted a New York Town Hall Meeting on Transcendental Meditation (TM) for Leaders on February 28, 2017, at The Harold Pratt House in New York City.
Sponsored by Spencer B. Haber, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of H/2 Capital Partners, the sold-out event featured a distinguished panel of leaders, including Partner and Founder of Connex Benjamin Collins, award-winning HBO filmmaker Perri Peltz, bestselling author Norman Rosenthal, and renowned cardiologist Dennis Goodman, MD, to name a few.
“At Connex, our employees are best in class who work in an earned environment of trust. We embrace diversity, encourage open sharing of ideas, and don’t mind having the tough conversations. Part of this means not only do we have to listen to each other, but we also have to take the time to listen to ourselves,” said Collins.
The TM forum for business leaders highlighted the extensive benefits—and cutting edge scientific research—on the evidence-based TM technique for reducing stress, fatigue, and anxiety, and for enhancing creative thinking, focus, and job performance. To see why professionals find Transcendental Meditation so effective, watch this video youtu.be/9ELd_uo4rkY and visit tmbusinessnyc.org/town-hall/# for more information on the forum for leaders.
Connex is a unique business information consulting company based out of New York, committed to helping its clients achieve their strategic and tactical goals through exceptionally cost and time-efficient processes. For more information, visit theconnexgroup.com.
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