This training provides you with an understanding of the science of mindfulness and what to consider prior to implementing workplace mindfulness-based initiatives to ensure they are impactful and safe. Mindfulness is a way of being, and when introduced to the corporate setting, growing research demonstrates its effectiveness in building resilience, enhancing collaboration, and deepening connections. Given the radically changing landscape of future working arrangements, it is essential employees, and particular team leads are equipped with skills that support them in navigating remote working.
Sustainable Workplace Mindfulness that Supports Wellbeing training provides an understanding of the science behind mindfulness and key considerations to take on board prior to implementing workplace mindfulness-based training to ensure it is impactful and safe.
Research demonstrates mindfulness’ effectiveness in building resilience, enhancing collaboration, and deepening connections. Post the pandemic, managing wellbeing, and deepening social connectivity are priorities for organisations as they navigate hybrid working.
Key outputs from this training include:
The Sustainable Workplace Mindfulness that Supports Wellbeing training takes place in two-hour modules over four weeks.
Module 1 4th November
Module 2 11th November
Module 3 18th November
Module 4 25th November
This course is targeted at leaders, wellbeing champions, and anyone interested in exploring mindfulness at work training.
Participants will have access to guided meditations suited for the workplace.
For further information on mindfulness at work check out my recent posts.
Susan Keane will be delivering this training. Susan has over twenty-five years of experience working and advising corporates on sustainable organisational wellbeing strategies and is a KeepWell Mark advisor. She specialises in mindful ECR coaching and is a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher.
Susan is a member of the MTAI and is chairperson of the MTAI’s Workplace Mindfulness Group. The purpose of this working group is to develop standards around implementing workplace mindfulness programmes that adhere to the MTAI’s Code of Practice.