Leadership and Coaching Solutions To Enhance Your Company’s Profitability
Mindful Leadership Training and Skills
By utilizing the resources of Mindful Solutions to train your leaders in more mindful leadership skills, the business value of your organization can flourish even in today’s cost-conscious environment.
Mindful Solutions recognizes that teams and individuals learn best from an ongoing process of training, application, practice and reinforcement.
Our online webinars, workshops and individual coaching can help your organization to leverage and scale our solutions across all your locations and departments, now and in the future.
What People Are Saying
“Erik’s webinar on “Calming Our Monkey Minds” reinforced my current leadership strategies as well as introduced me to new pragmatic tactics that I plan to incorporate immediately into my management practices. He communicated clearly with a thoughtful and relaxed demeanor that made his suggestions accessible and attainable. I highly recommend him to managers on any level, ranging from those with years of experience to those just beginning to lead.”David M. Egner
“Using the right blend of knowledge, care, insight, conversation and humor, Erik Engberg is able to connect and build trust with individuals at every level of an organization. This ability provides him with a platform to compellingly share his unique leadership insights in a way that provides personal context and meaning for each member of his audience.”Bill Rubino
“Erik Engberg’s unique leadership approach allows each individual to grow at their own pace. He will work beside you until you are ready to spread your wings; then you are out flying without even realizing you are doing so.”Linda Robinson
“Erik Engberg is not only a great leader but a mentor as well. I have read his book Mindful Stress Solutions for Today’s Leaders and have found it to be very helpful in my life. I can honestly say that I am a better person for having worked with him.”Robert Porter
“In my work as a Leadership Development Partner and Mindfulness Practitioner, I am currently using Erik Engberg’s book, Mindful Stress Solutions for Today’s Leaders, as required reading for a Mindful Leadership Development course I recently designed. His contributions in establishing and supporting this emerging leadership development program have been and continue to be instrumental in its success. A consummate learner and passionate teacher.”Elmo Shade
“Erik Engberg’s sense of fairness, sense of humor, and earnest dedication to his people engendered the most loyal and cohesive management team possible. I was so intrigued and impressed by their admiration, and by his stellar reputation, that I twice made the pilgrimage to Pennsylvania to study his leadership style and methods.Avery Earwood
About Erik Engberg
After earning a Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University in Human Development and Family Studies and a Master’s degree from Syracuse in Marriage and Family Counseling, I began what would become a thirty-year career in leadership.
I have built a resume in healthcare leadership, including serving in such roles as the Area Vice-President of Managed and Joint Venture Operations for Mariner Health.
In addition to Mindful Solutions, I also found entrepreneurial success as a partner with Everest Health Systems who managed the operations of over ninety nursing facilities with annual revenues in excess of $200 million.
I worked with Healthways, an international leader in the provision of wellbeing services. Thanks to the collaborative spirit of my Healthways colleagues,
I was fortunate enough to have shared in several company achievement awards, including those recognizing process excellence and innovation.
While at Healthways, my direct team of leaders was recognized for scoring in the top tier of high performing teams across organizations that Gallup surveys for colleague engagement.
I live in Cary, within the Triangle area of North Carolina, and am the very proud father of my daughter Larsen who is a senior at High Point University and my son Jaryd who works for a media solutions company in the Washington, DC area.
My vices include peanut butter cup gelato, Monty Python, jazz piano playlists and the New York Times on Sundays, the Steelers/Penguins/Pirates, hushpuppies and butter, Exile on Main St., Ansel Adams photography, Coke in a glass bottle and the Tar Heel Pentathlon.
My limitations are mostly self-imposed and my strengths are growing (despite physical signs to the contrary).
Although I’m not bound by fantasies of fate, hope or destiny, I’m pretty sure we’re not alone in the cosmos.
And finally, my passion is to reduce the suffering of others so we can all enjoy each moment to the absolute fullest.