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Dharma in Dialogue: Mindful Work
David Gelles, Sharon Salzberg
May 27, 2015
07:00 pm - 09:00 pm
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NYI's Dharma in Dialogue series brings together Dharma leaders with teachers, experts, and thinkers from various disciplines and traditions to explore how the teachings of the Buddha connect to our modern world.
For this evening Sharon Salzberg will be in dialogue with David Gelles about his new book, Mindful Work: How Meditation is Changing Business from the Inside Out.
Copies of Mindful Work will be available for purchase via cash or check.
Read David's New York Times article, "At Aetna, a C.E.O.’s Management by Mantra."
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David Gelles is a reporter for the New York Times, covering mergers & acquisition, corporate governance, among other other topics. You can find most of his most recent work on DealBook. Before joining the Times in September 2013, he spent 5 years with the Financial Times. At the FT, he covered tech, media and M&A in San Francisco and New York. David is writing a book about mindfulness at work, bringing together his 15 years of meditation practice with his work as a business journalist. Mindful Work will be published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 2015, and will explore the growing influence of Eastern wisdom on Western business.
Sharon Salzberg is cofounder of the Insight Meditation Society (IMS) in Barre, Massachusetts. She has been a student of meditation since 1971, guiding meditation retreats worldwide since 1974. Sharon's latest book is Real Happiness At Work: Meditations for Accomplishment, Achievement, and Peace, published by Workman Publishing. She is a weekly columnist for On Being, a regular contributor to The Huffington Post and is also the author of several other books including the New York Times Best Seller, Real Happiness: The Power of Meditation: A 28-Day Program (2010), Love Your Enemies (2013), Faith: Trusting Your Own Deepest Experience (2002), and Lovingkindness: The Revolutionary Art of Happiness (1995). For more information please visit: www.SharonSalzberg.com.