Mindfulness in the workplace is becoming a mainstream concept, as well as an increasing part of prestigious universities’ business programs. It is better known in the corporate world as “emotional intelligence,” a mindset that is being incorporated into the list of desirable qualities in employees—Google has institutionalized it. It was first introduced by Daniel Goleman in the Harvard Business Review. Goleman, who’s been enjoying a 30-year friendship with the Dalai Lama, is back to discuss his new book Force for Good. We believe you may enjoy what he has to say about the role of compassion in the workplace, and what can be learned from the leadership style of the Dalai Lama.