Mindfulness-Based Corporate Programmes


Imagine cultivating healthier, conscious, and compassionate working environments; employees and teams feeling more connected; and nurturing prospects to grow and thrive at work.

Many of us spend most of our waking time at work and yet reserve mindfulness practices for private time. The world of work is characterised by complexity, volatility, uncertainty, pressure to perform and rapid change. Inside workplaces, people feel increasingly anxious, overwhelmed, depressed, disconnected, invisible or burnt out. By cultivating awareness and mindful habits as leaders and individuals, we can infuse a different way of being and relating within our organisations, and better serve our clients and communities.

Increasingly, training, leadership, coaching and wellbeing programmes are weaving in formal and informal mindfulness practices, and organisations are providing 8-week MBSR programmes within the workplace. Some organisations provide mindfulness spaces – physical or virtual – where people can set aside time to meditate individually or collectively during their workday in support of their wellbeing and personal effectiveness.

Research shows some of the benefits of mindfulness in the workplace, leading to flourishing businesses:

  • Increasing creativity
  • Being present and focusing for longer periods of time
  • Responding consciously rather than reacting
  • Creating time to pause, slow down and reflect
  • Making sound decisions, using understanding and insight
  • Improving emotional intelligence – awareness of self and others
  • Enhancing inclusivity and collaboration
  • Improving resilience and bouncing back after challenges
  • Becoming better at listening to others
  • Happier people and teams at work

For those in organisations who would like assistance in creating or offering mindfulness in their workplace, we have teachers and practitioners available to teach MBSR programmes or adapted Mindfulness-Based Interventions tailored to suit the specific corporate needs.

Programmes Available:

More Mindfulness-Based Programmes

  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

     

    Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is a participant-centred approach to stress management and is to date, the most successful and well-researched stress reduction programme worldwide.

     

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  • Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy

     

    MBCT is designed to help people who suffer repeated bouts of depression and chronic unhappiness. Research suggests this program is also effective in preventing depression relapse.

     

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  • Other Mindfulness-Based Approaches

     

    A mix of trainings, courses and retreats which have mindfulness as a foundation and are informed by the ethics and ethos of this approach, used in varied and diverse settings.

     

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  • Mindfulness-Based Corporate Programmes

     

    Programmes that cultivate healthier, conscious, and compassionate working environments. Helping employees and teams feel more connected; nurturing them to grow and thrive at work.

     

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  • Mindfulness-Based Interventions for Chronic Pain

     

    These programmes introduce mindfulness and meditation to individuals with chronic pain, guided by health professionals experienced in pain management.

     

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  • Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention

     

    Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP) is an eight-week series of two-hour sessions, developed specifically for people recovering from alcohol, drug & process addictions.

     

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  • Mindfulness-Based Eating

     

    Our relationship to food is a central one that reflects our attitudes toward our environment and ourselves. Mindfulness-based interventions are particularly well suited to addressing disordered eating behaviours.

     

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  • Mindful Self-Compassion

     

    Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) teaches simple effective skills and develops emotional strength to meet life’s challenges with kindness instead of blaming, shaming or criticizing ourselves.

     

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