Mindfulness at Work
Mindfulness training to prevent stress, enhance concentration and create a more positive work environment
We today spend about 30-50% of our lives working. Research shows that stress is on the rise, topping the list of reasons for long-term sickness absence from work. Whether it is due to long hours, one’s level of job security, work relationships or communication issues, wellbeing at work plays an important role for people’s level of job satisfaction. It is also important for the organization in terms of its productivity, efficiency, employee relations, absenteeism and turnover.
Mindfulness in the workplace
Many companies have now started implementing mindfulness at work to combat and prevent work-related stress and to improve people’s job satisfaction. Examples include Google, KPMG, and Transport of London, as well as many hospital, schools and other business enterprises.
The training will be tailored to suit the needs of your workplace, but here are some examples of how mindfulness can be implemented at work:
The training typically involves 6 x 1 hour sessions at your workplace. The course will focus on the core aspects of mindfulness relevant to general wellbeing and work performance. There is also the possibility of training one or more internal trainers within the workplace to facilitate the continuation of the practice on a group level after the course has finished.
Invite your team or group of leaders to do a 1, 2 or 3-day workshop.