Numerous studies have shown the impact of mindfulness practices on working life. Our research study with the participation of 45 groups and companies has demonstrated the strong positive impact impact of mindfulness.
Over ten modules, usually in a weekly rhythm, participants become familiar with mindfulness meditation and other related practices. Mindfulness practices, combined with insights from neuroscience help participants really experience changes in their body and mind.
In comparison to shorter, intensive programs we see that the longer time we support participants in anchoring the habits in daily life, it strengthens the sustainability of the impact. Participants notice significant improvements in productivity, concentration, emotional intelligence, happiness and creativity. It is no wonder that 9 out of 10 participants evaluate WorkingMind as one of the most interesting trainings they have ever participated in.
- 4-10 live modules.
- Significant reduction in stress and improved resilience.
- Insights into how to work well in the new world of work.
- Improvement in collaboration and engagement.
Rethinking How We Work
In this training we provide new insights and practices as to how we can work differently with mails, meetings, dialogue, feedback, and how we can shift team work to strengthen trust and good collaboration.
Neurophysiological insights help us understand the mechanisms behind such phenomena as stress, attention, emotions and collaboration, and how to work with them.
Practices and methods that we can integrate into working life – and in our role as leaders.
Participants take part in pre and post surveys – and receive individual reports. A group report based on perceived stress scale, mental health continuum, self efficacy scale and other scales is also generated.
Support for self-directed learning through the Awaris app and an extensive online library for self-study.
4 to 10 modules, live or in combination with blended learning through our learning platform and/or our app. One full day to start, followed by modules of 2 to 2.5 hrs.