Mindfulness in the Workplace
Tuned In, Present and Thinking
Expanding Workplace Mindfulness to Create Opportunities and Drive Significant Results
We define mindfulness as paying attention on purpose. Mindfulness in the workplace means focused and deliberate awareness about oneself and the workplace, resulting in intentional actions and improved outcomes.
Most employees work in habit mode – they do today what they did yesterday. By learning to be more tuned in, present and mindful, they see things differently, which encourages them to act and contribute differently. This leads to greater organizational success.
The Mindfulness in the Workplace program (“Tuned In, Present and Thinking”) is designed for any organization looking to improve employee engagement, productivity and performance by helping employees, management and leadership learn how to improve their awareness and focus to more successfully solve challenges and take advantage of opportunities.
This intentional thinking is how a workplace goes from good to great, attracts and retains top talent and achieves its business goals.
Mindfulness in the Workplace focuses on self-discovery, assessment and workplace opportunity and challenge review. The program also addresses management-specific topics, including how to successfully incorporate a workplace mindfulness approach into the organization’s culture and how to support employee application.
Introducing mindfulness into the workplace, and making it part of the corporate culture, has a number of benefits, including:
- Increased employee productivity and performance
- Increased employee engagement
- Improved workplace culture
- Greater focus on creating an exceptional customer experience
- A focus on creating and acting on new opportunities