Today’s leaders must be capable of maintaining peak performance over time as well as managing their well-being.  “Mindfulness” is the practice of attaining a place of inner clarity of mind and peace of heart.  Specifically, it’s about learning how to bring greater attention and focus to our moment-by-moment challenges, staying on purpose and present, and doing so from a non-judgmental state of mind. While Mindfulness’s focus is internal and very personal, there are huge benefits to one’s outer world, career, performance and ability to produce results.  The more mindful we are, the better choices we make, and our capacity to engage in challenges and navigate them successfully is greatly enhanced. Download our "Power of Mindfulness" Whitepaper here.


Benefits of Mindfulness

Some of the many benefits of practicing Mindfulness are recognizing and avoiding automatic and habitual reactions, responding more effectively to complex and challenging emotional situations, bringing greater clarity and vision to one’s daily life, and achieving greater work life balance.

Mindfulness operates on the premise that our ego automatically seeks control and that the mind “has a mind of its own.” This automatic behavior requires guidance through a unique practice of setting one’s ego aside and accessing what is called the “SupraSelf.” (Supra means “above and beyond,” and is a very real aspect of our identity, one existing beyond the reach of our ego, willfulness and need for control.)  Here is the curriculum outline for The Practice of Mindfulness program.


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Parallels between the quantum world and mindfulness are drawn. Through engaging principles and interaction, attendees integrate “quantum leap” approaches into their leadership presence. The SupraSelf is introduced as a superlative inner resource capable of inspiring us to operate beyond our ordinary circumstances and into the reality of extraordinary results.

  • Leadership mindfulness parallels drawn for performance and collaboration.
  • Distinction between “Compliance” and “Collaboration” mindful approaches.
  • The leap from “Mediocrity to Extraordinary” via the power of “SupraSelf.”
  • The “Ego’s Illusion of Smallness” and the “SupraSelf’s Reality of Greatness.”

Developing Supra-

Awareness & Presence

Leaders must be capable of developing themselves at a rapid pace to remain competitive in today’s global marketplace. The heightened state of “Supra-Awareness” enables leaders to expand their capacity to engage in challenges, operate more effectively in the face of paradox and confusion, and accelerate their ability to produce results through greater resilience and perseverance.

  • Accelerate mindfulness through the practice of being a “Leader of One.”
  • The “Four Levels of Awareness” for integrating of “Supra-Awareness.”
  • Distinguish and utilize principles and practices of “Presence and Choice.”
  • Learn self-awareness/mindfulness practice of “Inside Time/Outside Time.”

The SupraSelf:

Who We Are

As Context

Many leaders operate from the standpoint of making the best of their circumstances rather than from the generative approach of creating the circumstances they want. “The Context of Who” introduces a powerful understanding of the authentic source of our mindful selves, a source that dwells not within "Why" we are, or "What" we are, but "Who" we are.

  • Understand the “Power of Context” and how it shapes meaning and results.
  • Group exercise “Shift One’s Context of Trust” to collaborative engagement.
  • Understand difference of “Who” we are, “Why” we are and “What” we are.


A Quantum

View of Results

Conventional leadership portrays “Vision” as a kind of forecasting and values alignment process, but nothing could be further from the truth.  Vision is not a goal-setting tool, it is a generative stance from which results naturally flow. In other words, SupraVision is a place to “come from” rather than a place to “get to.” This shift redefines Vision’s capabilities and equips leaders with a powerful new way of approaching motivation, alignment and results production.

  • Introduction of “SupraVision” a breakthrough in daily active mindfulness.
  • The “3 R’s” of generative SupraVision, “Recognition, Respect & Reverence.”
  • The “Listening for Greatness” and “Speaking from Intent” mentoring model.
  • Hands-on practice lab work on the skills taught in the program to this point.”
  • Cumulative skills summary and “Teach the Material” integration process.

The Power of Mindfulness: Diamius Comparative Engagement Index (Five Facets of Development)

Diamius Development Model SmallHere at Diamius Multinational we believe in an integrated approach to development. The five facets of personal and professional development we focus on are, Love, Aliveness, Abundance, Belonging and Joy. These five can be shaped into a powerful convergence or "point of clarity" much like the facets of a diamond come together at the apex of its brilliance. As we "polish" each facet it enhances the brilliance of the whole of who we are. The bar graph to the left shows the degree of engagement and results you can expect by participating in this particular Diamius resource or program.
  • LOVE (Faith, Honor, Compassion, Devotion, Gratitude) 85% 85%
  • ALIVENESS (Vitality, Wellness, Spirituality, Emotionality) 95% 95%
  • ABUNDANCE (Wealth, Funding, Income, Career, Contribution) 70% 70%
  • BELONGING (Social, Relations, Family, Spouse, Friends) 80% 80%
  • JOY (Creativity, Leisure, Expression, Travel, Learning) 75% 75%

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