Research in psychology has repeatedly demonstrated that resilience is one of the greatest predictors of personal and professional success.
In fact, the concept of resilience is so powerful that it led our next masterclass host, Scott Shute, to leave behind a six-year executive career in operations at LinkedIn. Instead, he chose to dedicate himself full-time to leading mindfulness and compassion programs that helped the team at LinkedIn become more resilient. Later, his passion compelled him to write about resilience in his book, “The Full Body Yes,” in a chapter titled The Mastery of Me.
Now, Scott joins us at Hone to share insights from this chapter about resilience and its two pillars: presence and mindset. In an interactive workshop, he’ll share the science behind why staying focused and present is so difficult and how we can hack our own internal systems to be more present. He’ll also teach you ways to shift your mindset to see opportunity, even during setbacks.
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Scott is the former Head of Mindfulness and Compassion and VP of Global Customer Operations at Linkedin and the author of The Full Body Yes.
His work has been featured in publications such as Inc., Forbes, and Fast Company, and podcasts such as Good Life Project. An active advocate for customers and employees in the technology space for over 20 years, Scott managed a team of more than 1,000 workers at LinkedIn as an operations VP before switching roles to combine his long-time passions with his practical leadership and operations skills as Head of Mindfulness and Compassion Programs.
He is at the intersection of the workplace and ancient wisdom practices and is a pioneer in bringing these two worlds together. Scott began a contemplative practice at age 13 and started teaching while in college. His unique combination of deep mindfulness experience and years as a Silicon Valley executive uniquely positioned him to help companies evolve consciously.
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You can reach Scott through his LinkedIn page or at email@example.com.