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Joshin Brian Byrnes on the importance of mindful organisations in the 21st century

This interview is part of a wider webcast series, Mindfulness and psychotherapy: exploring places of connection in clinical practice.

 

Upaya Zen Centre and Psychotherapy Excellence are delighted to bring you this interview with Joshin Brian Byrnes. This interview will be available online until 31 January 2016.

In this interview Joshin explores mindful systems and organisations. We enquire what a Mindful Organisation might look like and the helpful components and qualities that enables a functioning system to develop. Drawing on the work of complexity theory and systems thinking, Joshin describes this from a practical perspective based on his work and experience in organisational development.

For further details about the full webcast series, Mindfulness and psychotherapy: exploring places of connection in clinical practice, click here.

The full series can be purchased via our subscription platform from £14.95 per month or bought out right from £99

 

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Joshin Brian Byrnes

Joshin Brian Byrnes serves as Upaya's Vice Abbot and President. He came to Upaya in 2009 from the San Francisco Bay Area. He was ordained as a novice priest by Roshi Joan in 2012 and became a Dharma Holder in 2014.  Before coming to Upaya, Joshin served as President and CEO of the Santa Fe Community Foundation, and worked for most of his career to now in the AIDS epidemic and leading a variety social change and community philanthropy organisations.

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