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Mindfulness

Mindfulness in the workplace is credited with helping people to be healthier, smarter, happier, more efficient, creative and resilient.

This workshop encourages new ways of working that increase staff engagement and reduce absenteesim. Attendees will get personal strategies to reduce stress and anxiety and increase their resilience and emotional intelligence. They will leave having regained balance and improved focus in their life.

 

This workshop covers:

  • Understanding mindfulness and how it can help with stress
  • Using mindful communications to improve workplace communication, including empathetic listening exercises
  • Mindfulness as a stress and pain management tool
  • Mindfulness techniques such as mindful movement, body and breath and body scan
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