San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 31, 2012
In today’s constantly-changing world, one effectively-implemented good idea can disrupt an entire industry. It’s the ability to creatively adapt that often makes the difference, for both businesses and individuals. Knowing this, there is a burgeoning movement that focuses on the "state" from which people work, and on creating business cultures infused with mindfulness, innovation, and engagement.
The Wisdom 2.0 Business Conference is a brand-new event in San Francisco that will explore the question so many small and large businesses are asking: how do we harness the innovative mindset at work, both in ourselves and the culture where we work? A companion event to the Wisdom 2.0 Conference founded by Soren Gordhamer, author of Wisdom 2.0: Ancient Secrets for the Creative and Constantly Connected, Wisdom 2.0 Business will focus specifically on wisdom and wellness in the workplace.
Many businesses today confuse great activity with great efficiency. While people are extremely busy—always checking their emails, making constant phone calls—their actions are not effective or innovative. Stress, overwhelm, frustration, and interpersonal conflicts pervade the company culture. Company leaders then wonder why the products they create and the communication they have do not get the impact they desire.
The first annual Wisdom 2.0 Business Conference is perfect for senior executives at large companies, small business owners, individual consultants, and, well, anyone who works! The conference brings together leaders from the worlds of business, technology, and wisdom to explore ways to integrate ancient wisdom in modern business life, such that engagement and innovation can thrive.
Featured speakers include Biz Stone, founder of Twitter; Larry Harvey, founder of Burning Man; Eric Schiermeyer, founder of Zynga; and many more.
The Wisdom 2.0 Business Conference will be held at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco on May 11th and 12th. For more information, visit http://www.Wisdom2Business.com.