Mindfulness at Work
"Mindfulness is the development of present moment awareness
where thoughts and feelings are recognized without judgment and with acceptance."
Practicing mindfulness allows you to put space between the stimulus (emotional triggers) and your response, supporting positive relationships in the workplace. Incorporating quick and easy practices into your organisation's day supports the mental and emotional health of your employees thus reducing absenteesm due to illness and burnout. Teams who feel supported are more committed and effective, raising performance and productivity levels.
This is a life skill that not just benefits the individual but businesses and society as a whole as it fosters compassion, kindness and understanding. This secular practice has been scientifically validated to open us up to a healthier and happier way of being. The practice of mindfulness is simple yet evokes a plethora of personal, professional and social benefits.
Increases focus and clarity increasing ability to listen, learn and communicate effectively.
Heightened memory and problem-solving skills.
Greater emotional intelligence leading to greater cohesion and trust amongst teams.
Increased resilience and adaptability.
Improved mental, physical and emotional health.
Awareness of automatic unhelpful thinking patterns and blind spots.
Learn how to respond rather than impulsively react.