Ancient wisdom meets modernity.

We live in a frantic world, bombarded with deadlines, emails, WhatsApp messages, text messages, tweets and calls.  We are constantly distracted and interrupted. We work harder and faster to meet the increasing demands. We are “always on”; our body and brains on red alert, primed for action.

The human brain cannot cope with these multiple information streams; we cannot multitask effectively. The constant switching of our attention is at a cost both to ourselves, and the organisations for which we work. We make more mistakes, we are less productive, and we are more stressed and anxious.

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is the ability to focus and manage attention; a training of the attentional “muscle”.   Mindfulness teaches us to make active choices about the direction of our attentional focus, filtering out the ‘noise’ of modern working life.

Corporate Mindfulness is adapted for busy people and is embedded within daily working and home life.

Is Mindfulness effective?

Mindfulness regulates the stress response.  Stress is cumulative and harmful, individually and organisationally.   Mindfulness is being used in corporations globally because they have seen the benefits of it. Mindfulness has a positive impact on our physiology, mental processes and work performance. Research in corporate contexts shows that mindfulness:

  • Increases creativity and innovation;
  • Improves relationships;
  • Reduce absenteeism due to illness; and
  • Improves ethical decision-making.

Corporate Mindfulness is where ancient wisdom meets modern work.

If you’re stressed, your people are most likely stressed too We offer a range of bespoke packages to bring the benefits of mindfulness to you and your organisation. Our workshops are designed for busy people who want to manage their time and stress more effectively. We work interactively, focusing on giving delegates practical tips, tools and tactics to enhance both personal and work life.

Get in touch with us to discuss how we can help you and your organisation to be more mindful.