Mindfulness in the Workplace (Management & Employees)

 

A WELLNESS PROGRAMME FOR BUSY PEOPLE”

 

Business DiscussionUnfortunately, our current definition of “success” has created a culture of stress and burnout.  This model has had consequences for both staff and employers and has been well documented over the years.

 

Forward thinking companies such as Virgin, Google are now recognising the benefits incurred by paying attention to these statistics by creating psychologically healthy workplaces.  Re-evaluating work practices by providing employees with resources that support wellbeing which result in positive performances.

 

A recent study as part of the Virgin Group discovered a strong link between employees psychological wellness resulting in increased job moral, lower absenteeism, commitment and performance.  Employers are beginning to understand the link between wellbeing and performance and how much both are inextricably linked.

 

The trainings we offer have been subject to considerable research.  There have been thousands of studies conducted on various aspects of mindfulness and on this basis, we can say with some confidence that mindfulness training enhances the following:

 

  • Enhances focus and attention more effectively
  • Increases self-awareness
  • Cultivates creativity

 

THE SKILLS WE TEACH

 

  • To listen more attentively
  • Communicate more clearly
  • Direct your thoughts more appropriately
  • Focus the mind more consistently
  • Empathise more readily
  • Observing Autopilot Mode of mind and conditioned reactions.

 

The above skills make for greater all round effectiveness which benefits colleagues, team work, clients and customer service.

 

LUNCHTIME TASTER SESSION

 

We offer a “Lunchtime Taster Session” for management and employees. This session is to inform staff of the benefits of participating in a Mindfulness programme and its effects on psychological health and wellness.

Upcoming Events
  1. Time is Precious – Waste it Wisely!

    September 30 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Mindful Thought
  • Go on a ‘sensing’ walk where you notice any object that attracts you. Being into sharp focus your senses of sight, sound, smell, touch and taste.