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Be Here NOW! Mindfulness at Work

About the Course

In today's fast-paced and high-stress work environments, the well-being and productivity of employees can be significantly impacted. Research shows that workplace stress contributes to worker turnover, ‘quiet quitting’, and talent gaps. A study conducted by Gallup found that organizations with higher stress levels experience 50% higher turnover rates and 33% higher absenteeism. However, studies also indicate that increased use of self-regulation strategies, such as mindfulness, can lead to improved worker retention.

"Be Here NOW! Mindfulness at Work," is designed to provide participants with the research-backed tools and techniques needed to navigate workplace challenges and boost well-being.  Mindfulness is not simply wishful or positive thinking; it is a practice with roots in contemplative traditions such as meditation. Supported by a growing body of scientific research, mindfulness has demonstrated its efficacy in promoting mental well-being, reducing stress, and enhancing cognitive resilience.  

Through experiential learning and application, participants will learn to cultivate mindfulness, enhance self-regulation, and create a more present and fulfilling work environment.  Grounded in scientific evidence, the course empowers individuals to reduce turnover rates, increase job satisfaction, and optimize performance. 

Learning Objectives

1. Demonstrate Mindfulness Techniques:  Participants will practice and demonstrate various mindfulness techniques, including focused breathing and body scan exercises, to enhance their ability to live fully in the present moment.

2. Apply Mindfulness in Daily Life:  Participants will integrate mindfulness practices into their daily routines, applying the principles learned in the course to real-life situations, such as work-related stressors or personal challenges.

3. Identify and Address Thought Patterns:  Participants will develop the ability to identify and address unproductive thought patterns that hinder being present, actively working to redirect their focus to the current moment instead of dwelling on the past or worrying about the future.

4. Cultivate Mindful Habits:  Participants will establish and cultivate mindful habits by consistently incorporating mindfulness practices into their routines, fostering a sustained ability to stay present and aware in various aspects of their lives.

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