Building Mindful Workplaces: Cory Smith (CEO Wisdom Labs) and Scott Shute (Inspirational Speaker and Author)
One of the toughest challenges organisations face today is addressing employee wellbeing at scale. With 83% of US workers suffering from work-related stress,* the cost of unaddressed mental strain is far too great for businesses and their employees to ignore.
Join MWC Corporate Partners, Wisdom Labs, and their CEO Cory Smith, in conversation with Scott Shute (speaker and author) for an inside look at how organisations can build scalable wellbeing through the development of mindful cultures that last.
In this interactive session, you will:
- Explore Scott Shute’s journey from tech executive to organizational wellness expert
- Learn practical steps for building a more mindful organization from the inside out
- Dive into current trends and successes in the employee wellbeing space and what they mean for your company
This event will take place on 2nd December at 9.00 am – 9.45 am Pacific Time (5.00 pm GMT). Register here for this free event.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Scott Shute is at the intersection of the workplace and ancient wisdom traditions. He blends his experience as a Silicon Valley executive with his lifelong practice and passion as a wisdom seeker and teacher. In his most recent role at LinkedIn, Scott was the Head of Mindfulness and Compassion programs. Prior to that he was the VP of Global Customer Operations at LinkedIn. He has been a pioneer in creating workplace mindfulness programs and advancing the discussion around compassion in the work context. He is the author of the highly acclaimed book “The Full Body Yes”.
Cory Smith is the Co-Founder and CEO of Wisdom Labs. Cory has spent over 20 years aligning purpose, entrepreneurship and social good to build companies that have positive impact for people and the planet. Dedicated to creating social change, Cory has served as CEO of Hub Bay Area, Hub Ventures, and the Social Capital Markets Conference—the leading conference that connects social entrepreneurs with impact investors. Cory served on the board of the Global Social Venture Competition, where he served as an advisor to Wisdom 2.0 and was the first Innovation Fellow for the San Francisco Mayor’s Office under Ed Lee.