Corporate and organisational MBSR training

I conduct mindfulness training for organisations and can tailor the courses to suit your requirements.

Public and private sector organisations around the world – including Google, Facebook, and various schools and healthcare organisations – are increasingly introducing mindfulness initiatives to their employees.

Here are a few reasons for its popularity:

  • Science – a large amount of research has found that mindfulness helps people be less stressed, more productive and healthier.
  • More awareness – culturally, undertaking practices like yoga or meditation is no longer viewed as strange.
  • We have trouble switching off – mindfulness helps us to stop reacting automatically and teaches us to become more responsive from a calm and present place.
  • Decision-making and creativity – people who practice mindfulness often report greater flexibility and openness to thinking more clearly and creatively, and the ability to make better and more ethical decisions.
  • Kinder cultures – learning mindful speaking and listening improves our sensitivity and communication with each other. This leads to a more caring and supportive culture.

Mindful leadership and mindfulness amongst staff members certainly helps to manage stress, improve productivity and performance, and support work-life balance. Moreover, it can potentially produce radical change within organisations – enhancing creativity and fuelling compassionate action for the wellbeing of all.

This Harvard Business Review article explains how mindfulness changes the brain

I'd welcome the opportunity to discuss how we can tailor the course to your organisation's needs and help you achieve similar results.

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  • I feel more grounded and less affected by stressors at work, in relationship with others, and study.
    I feel very calm and more satisfied with my life.
    In my life and relationships I am calmer and less irritable. I am aware of and manage my stress and anxiety better.
  • Positive impact on relationships – partner and kids. Positive impact on my sleep and giving myself permission for self-care.
    I have learnt to slow down, be more present and aware. To stop judging and trying to change myself.
    [The course had a] very positive impact on my general wellbeing in terms of feeling calmer, more focused and less scattered with my thoughts.
  • While I was doing the course I learnt to swim. I no longer feel I’m drowning in problems and conflicts. Now I’m floating.