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Corporate Programs ~ Executive Coaching ~ Seminars


Dr. Tony Stultz, offers corporate mindfulness training and coaching which guides employers in mindful leadership and encourages employees to feel valued, engaged in their work, and optimize their performance. His mindfulness training promotes engagement and reduces stress for your staff. The benefits of the workplace are not limited to increased productivity and focus but also enhance personal lives allowing people to be happier and less stressed. With a perspective that comes from growing up in an entrepreneurial life style, operating succesful For Profit and Non Profit corporations and being a recognized expert in mindfulness, Dr. Stultz offers a unique insight into the application of this wisdom to the contemporary corporate culture. The following areas are the exciting ways in which areas we apply our unique system:

Training: Mindfulness Based Leadership, Development of Personal Leadership Style, Supervisory Abilities, Delegation Techniques, Customer Service Skills, Sales Approaches, Time Management, Problem Solving Skills, Team Building Techniques and Mindful Communication Skills.

Executive Search and Staffing Approaches

Mindfulness Based Systemic Organizational Development and Culture

Executive Coaching that includes both Performance and Emerging Leadership Development 

Performance Coaching and Development for Employees

Mindfulness Based Employee Acquisition and Cessation



Dr. Stultz has been teaching mindfulness for the past 29 years. An exciting and entertaining speaker, he has lectured on his unique method of mindfulness at a number of universities including as Harvard, Oxford and Penn State. He has provided mindfulness training and coaching to a variety of profit and non profit groups, such as, IBM, Harvard, Episcopal Human Services, The Boston Mission, Milton S. Hershey Medical School, Hershey Foods, Guardian Warranty Corporation, Williamson Cadillac, American Insurance Administrators, Hoffman Ford, etc..


“Mindfulness should no longer be considered a “nice-to-have” for executives. It’s a “must-have”: a way to keep our brains healthy, to support self-regulation and effective decision making capabilities and to protect ourselves from toxic stress.”

The Harvard Business Review


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