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Australian CEO praises Transcendental Meditation effect on the whole team: 'We all feel more happy and settled within ourselves'
by Mario Orsatti
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30 July 2013
A video produced by the Oliver's Real Food company in Australia concludes with the CEO describing the increased coherence and cohesiveness that have developed among the whole management team since everyone learned Transcendental Meditation. Jason Gunn had offered the course to all the managers and staff after discovering many benefits from his own practice.
See previous articles in this series:
∙ Transcendental Meditation helps businesses improve communication, productivity
∙ Australia: CEO offers Transcendental Meditation to managers
∙ Australia: Managers describe effects of Transcendental Meditation - 'It's easier to work together'
∙ 'More creative and more calm': Australian company's staff talk about Transcendental Meditation benefits
Following are more excerpts from the company's video:
''As more Oliver's team learn to meditate, I think it is going to be a great impact on the business. I think everyone will come together as one in the sense that when you're doing a group meditation, the energy that you get off it—it's much better than doing it on your own, and you're doing it as a team, so it's going to bring everyone together!''
Jason Gunn, CEO of Oliver's Real Food
''There's a much greater level of cooperation and coherence and support within the group because we all feel more human, we all feel more real, we all feel more happy and settled within ourselves.
''So there's no sense of ego, of trying to prove your point or be better than anybody else. We feel a degree of connectedness which brings us together and we work better as a team as a result.''
Source: Adapted from www.TM.org/blog
See also: Australian food store offers Transcendental Meditation to employees
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