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I am a leadership coach and facilitator based in Boston, MA. My mission for the past 20-years has been helping leaders and teams to build resilience, optimize potential and improve organizational effectiveness.
My work intersects leadership, contemplative practice, wellbeing and performance. I have a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s degree in leadership and organizational dynamics and a master’s degree and PhD in human development.
My dissertation explores how c-suite leaders use contemplative practices to build resilience. My current research focuses on the role of mindfulness training to reduce unconscious bias.
As part of my life-long commitment to racial equity and social justice, I am working with leaders and teams to foster equitable and inclusive workplaces. Please click here to learn about my Mindful Inclusion Training.
Helping Leaders and Teams to Cultivate Self-Awareness & Build Capacity
- Practices that help to cultivate insight, self-awareness, deep listening, concentration, compassion, etc.
- The ability to lead with calm, clarity and focus amidst change and uncertainty.
- A practice of ongoing awakening, reflection, questioning, and expanded self- awareness.
Sustainable & Systemic Change
Mindfulness Training for Inclusive Workplaces
Unconscious bias in the workplace has become a major focal point in diversity and inclusion work. Industries across the country are seeking solutions to foster a more inclusive and equitable work culture. However, an important piece of the puzzle is missing: Mindful Awareness
Even the best trainings are limited if they do not address cognitive processes and internalized fears and prejudices that underlie unconscious bias. Learn why mindfulness is key and should be included in diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.
From Thulani’s dissertation, learn how contemplative practices build resilience and effectiveness in leaders.
Thulani’s piece discusses the mental health implications of systemic racism in the workplace and offers tools for fostering DEI wellness.
From Stress to Flow
Thulani’s piece discusses how to create a flow mindset. Reframe stress into fuel for performance rather than the fuse for burning out.