Mindfulness is about becoming the best versionof yourself: Focused, kind and creative.
If our company culture is about clarity, inspiration, and productivity and you would like your team to share similar values and make sure you are all moving forward in the same direction, mindfulness practice can be an amazing tool to support you on that journey.
Finding true purpose and connection in the workplace is the way to create a happy and fulfilled teams and in effect happy and satisfied customers.
Companies like Apple, Google, Deutsche Bank, Procter & Gamble, Astra Zeneca, General Mills, Aetna have introduced mindfulness programs for their employees and are getting tangible results. The cofounders of Twitter and Facebook have made contemplative practices key features of their new enterprises, holding regular in-office meditation sessions and arranging for work routines that maximize mindfulness.
Extensive research on mindfulness suggests that regular practice sharpens skills like attention, memory, emotional intelligence, creativity and resilience all of which are extremely important to build leadership skills and achieve business goals but also lead happier lives in general.
According to Ariana Huffington “Stress-reduction and mindfulness don’t just make us happier and healthier, they’re a proven competitive advantage for any business that wants one.”
Ways in which you can introduce and integrate mindfulness into your company culture.
- Mentoring for Leaders
- Inspiration Sessions
- Team Workshops