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Mindfulness at Work

by Paddy Collins on June 26th, 2019

Recent years of research have confirmed a powerful impact of Mindfulness, Resilience and Wellbeing on effectiveness and happiness levels in the working environment.

An increasing number of the world’s most successful organisations have been introducing Mindfulness training for their employees to help them consciously and effectively deal with everyday stress and workplace challenges.

Mindfulness Can Literally Change Your Brain, 8 Jan 2015, Harvard Business Review:

“Neuroscientists have also shown that practicing mindfulness affects brain areas related to perception, body awareness, pain tolerance, emotion regulation, introspection, complex thinking, and sense of self. […] Mindfulness should no longer be considered a ‘nice-to-have’ for executives. It’s a ‘must-have’: a way to keep our brains healthy, to support self-regulation and effective decision making capabilities, and to protect ourselves from toxic stress.”

In line with this scientifically supported worldwide movement we deliver following workplace solutions in the form of Workshops, Seminars, Masterclasses, Lunchtime Talks and One-to-One Coaching:

Programmes for Teams
• Develop a team Wellness Action Plan
• Empower and engage the team to Deliver Change

Programmes for Managers
• Promoting mental health and wellbeing at work – the role of managers
• Mindfulness for leaders/managers

Mindfulness and Wellbeing Programmes (corporate and individual)
• Guide to a Mindful Work Life
• Fit for work – building workplace resilience and wellbeing
• Bring Mindfulness to Work and Enhance Your Communication Skills
• Positive Psychology at work
• Mindfulness Based Meditation
• 8 weeks Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction programme (MBSR)
• Training for Mental Health Ambassadors
• Returning to work – support and wellness planning
• How to build and keep your boundaries

Individual coaching sessions
• 1-to-1 mindfulness coaching
• 1-to-1 wellness coaching, developing a wellness recovery action plan (3-4 sessions)

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