This past year has been one of the most challenging for organisations. 41% of employees are experiencing mental health issues caused or worsened by work, so that burnout risk is more severe than ever. But mindfulness can help reduce your stress and anxiety through simple techniques.
Mindfulness means paying attention to the present moment in an accepting self-compassionate way. It is a practice available to all to improve your wellbeing and enhance creative thinking, focus, and leadership flexibility. All of which have direct consequences on your work performance.
This Practicing Mindfulness at Work course provides you with the necessary tools and guidance needed to develop a realistic, sustainable set of techniques to embed mindfulness in your working habits.
Leave the day with a working model and an action plan to take back to your organisation to ensure good practice. Bring your best self at work and create a healthy working environment where you can thrive.
Nicola is an experienced Senior Civil Servant, trainer, facilitator, and mindfulness teacher. With a background in learning and development, she worked in the voluntary sector and for the Open University before joining Central Government as an Education Advisor to prisons in England and Wales. Since then, Nicola has worked in a number of high profile roles within the Prison Service and the Ministry of Justice, including leading negotiations with the Youth Justice Board for the provision of custodial places for young people; setting up and leading the first Cross-Departmental Strategy Unit for Women in the Criminal Justice system; and ...