It’s been said that 2020 has been a lot, and this week Joe is joined by Phillis Morgan, the founder of Resilient At Work, a consultancy that helps organizations address the behaviors that contribute to workplace conflict, high stress, and bias.
Phillis is the founder of Resilient At Work, a consultancy that helps organizations address the behaviors that contribute to workplace conflict, high stress, and bias, all of which undermine vibrant, inclusive, productive teams. R@W uses workplace-centric, mindfulness-based programs which have been shown to produce double-digit improvements.
Phillis is a NATO Medal recipient, employment lawyer and executive coach who has worked in conflict and high-stress environments for 30 years, including Afghanistan, Uganda and Nepal, and has studied mindfulness meditation with masters in Thailand and India. Phillis has defended the Departments of Homeland Security, Defense and Justice, as well as Fortune 100 companies, in hundreds of legal actions with billions of dollars and reputations at risk.
She is the author of numerous publications, including The Federal Labor Relations Manual: Your Guide to Navigating the Law, and the forthcoming book Courage in Conflict: A Manager’s Guide to Reducing Conflict Using Mindfulness.
She is an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland, University College, and the Vice Chair of the American Bar Association Law Practice Division’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging committee. To learn more about Resilient At Work’s mindfulness programs for conflict management, leadership, bias, and stress reduction, go to www.resilientatwork.com.