The mindful self-leader: Investigating the relationships between self-leadership and mindfulness

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Marco R. Furtner
Laura Tutzer
Pierre Sachse
Cite this article:  Furtner, M., Tutzer, L., & Sachse, P. (2018). The mindful self-leader: Investigating the relationships between self-leadership and mindfulness. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 46(3), 353-360.


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Although self-leadership and mindfulness comprise the same self-regulatory core (observation) regarding attention in relation to mental states and have similar outcomes (e.g., stress reduction, increased performance), the relationships between self-leadership and mindfulness have not yet been examined. In this study, 174 participants completed self-report measures of self-leadership and mindfulness. Results showed that self-leadership was positively related to the observing facet of mindfulness. The importance of observation and the role of openness to experience in self-leadership and mindfulness are discussed.

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