A mindful workforce is full of productive employees
Think about how much more productive you are when your mind is clear and your focus is strong. Well Clinic’s Mindfulness at Work program can provide your company with on site meditation trainings that support engagement and well-being.
Meditation in the workplace has a long list of benefits. Mindfulness meditation can support leadership qualities such as focus, clear communication, and increased productivity.
What is Mindful Meditation?
Based on the 2,500 year old tradition of Buddhist insight meditation, mindfulness practices are readily applicable to all aspects of life.
Quite simply, mindfulness is the practice of consciously paying attention to exactly what is happening — moment to moment — without projections or judgments.
What is Mindfulness at Work?
Mindfulness at Work offers an ongoing exploration of mindfulness techniques, and the various ways you can apply them in your daily life.
The practice is is not bound to any particular practice or religion. Rather, it is a technique that can be applied to any activity or life situation.
Each session will include short meditation periods, breathing exercises and discussion.
What are the Benefits of a Mindfulness in the Workplace?
According to the American Psychological Association, some of the benefits employees receive by practicing a mindfulness in the workplace are:
- Stress reduction
- Boosts to working memory
- Focus – better attention and ability to concentrate
- Less emotional reactivity, and an increased ability to regulate emotions
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