It’s not new news that our work environments are fast paced and forever evolving. We expect a lot from our employees to keep up and deliver – racing to never-ending deadlines, work piling up, doing more with less. Employees are asked for higher quality, faster turnaround time, greater efficiency and more innovative output, but can people achieve their best in today’s workplace mindset where “busyness” is the modus operandi? With time and stress constraints, when asked for something new and innovative, employees tend to tweak what already exists. There is little time to be creative and novel.
So how do organizations develop a productive and agile workplace? Introducing mindfulness into your corporate or firm culture is wonderful, but requires some thoughtful planning and a two-pronged approach (1) Education and (2) Opportunity. This training focuses on the educational component helping participants answer these “WHY” questions: Why should I practice mindfulness? How does mindfulness impact the brain? How will mindfulness help me personally—in my job, in my life? What are the different exercises I might try?
Once the “WHY” is understood and accepted, participants learn practical skills and applications to practice mindfulness in their professional and personal lives. The outcome – learning how to reduce stress and build resilience.
This program is designed to teach participants how to:
- Learn the Science and evidence-based mindful approach
- Increase your physical and mental health wellbeing
- Improve your ability to cope with stressful events with less reactivity
- Increase your focus and concentration
- Be more self-aware
- Improve your confidence and level headedness
Module 1) The Cost of Rushing
Module 2) ‘Being’ Gets Lost in ‘Becoming’
Module 3) Why Be Mindful
Module 4) Benefits and Applications in the Organizational Context
Module 5) Guided Practice and Experiential Exercises, Tools & Techniques
Half-Day / 1-Day
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