Your Brain at Work (Part 1)
Richard Davidson, Golbie Kamarei, David Gelles | 21:07
Hi everybody. We're about to start. We're just waiting for the, the cameras to go live. Okay. Louisville, Kentucky. And I think we are ready. So, okay, everybody, if you can hear me, please raise your hand. Thank you. All right, so I'd like to welcome everyone to your brain. Science and tips for cultivating wellbeing in the workplace.
About 5,000 people around the world have signed up to watch this live stream, and we'd like to welcome you in your offices and homes and wherever you are. This is being brought to you live from the Mindful Leadership Summit in Washington, dc. We'd like to thank our partners, the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at University of Wisconsin and mindful.
Thank you for working with us to make this happen, and what I'd like to do now is introduce the three people who will be in conversation. Richard Davidson is a renowned neuroscientist, very renowned , a renowned neuroscientist in one of the world's leading experts on the impact of contemporary practices such as meditation on the.
He's the founder of the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin. Madison Goby Comray is uh, corporate Wellbeing and Performance Consultant, and she's the founder of the meditation program at the BlackRock Financial Services Company. And David Gallis is a business reporter for the New York Times, an author of the book, mindful Work, how Meditation Is Changing Business From the Inside Out.
Are we okay? Yeah. Oh, good. Welcome everyone here. We still have people trickling in the back of the room and welcome line as well. Um, actually David, excuse me, I just remembered, I'm sorry, I was supposed to make an announcement. So we're gonna be live tweeting questions. So if our, our hashtag is pound sign mindful summit.
So whether you're. Or you're anywhere out there watching with us. Um, please feel free to tweet your questions and we'll do a q and a, um, a little later on with those tweets. Thank you. Sorry. That's okay. So to reiterate, no questions from the audience at this session. Tweet to your questions. Um, welcome everyone again.