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Minnesota Zen Meditation Center to Present a One-Day Workshop with Norman Fischer, Founding Designer of Google's Successful Search Inside Yourself Program (Sponsored by Maslon)
March 25, 2016

Maslon is pleased to sponsor "Eight Mindfulness Practices for Effective Leadership," a one-day workshop with Norman Fischer hosted by the Minnesota Zen Meditation Center (MZMC) on March 25, 2016. Norman Fischer is one of the founding designers of Google's wildly successful Search Inside Yourself program, created to help people working in a corporate setting develop emotional intelligence based on mindfulness. In the workshop, Fischer will teach techniques of mindfulness and meditation that have enhanced the lives of busy professionals. He will also demonstrate how mindfulness can be applied in a business setting and how meditation can help leaders grow in their positions with joy and wholeness.

The Minnesota Zen Meditation Center is a member-driven nonprofit organization which practices and teaches both traditional and contemporary elements of Zen Buddhist meditation to help people experience a deep and quiet joy that arises whenever we are fully engaged in the work or play of this moment. Wayne Moskowitz, partner in Maslon's Litigation group, has served as President of the Board of Directors for the Minnesota Zen Meditation Center since 2015.

For more information or to register for the event, go to: Eight Mindfulness Practices for Effective Leadership Workshop.



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