Janus PIM

Mindfulness at the Workplace

 

 MF-21 

 

“Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way;

 On purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally.”

Jon Kabat-Zinn

  • Are you operating at peak performance? 
  • Do you have trouble focusing and staying on task?
  • Do you find yourself getting stressed and overwhelmed by the pace of modern life?
  • Would you be interested in knowing more about a simple, effective way of managing these pressures, and enhancing your wellbeing and performance? 
Developing your secular Mindfulness is one way to address all of those questions and a lot more.
 
 
A wide range of major world organisations across the public, private and voluntary sectors have introduce mindfulness projects within the past few years.
Google, Apple, Yahoo!, eBay, Procter&Gamble, Bosch, Beiersdorf, PricewaterhouseCoopers, GlaxoSmithKline, Aetna, General Mills and many other companies give evidence that bringing mindfulness to the workplace decreases employees’ stress levels and improves their focus, clarity, decision-making skills, and overall happiness and well-being. Mindfulness works as a strategy to improve performance and productivity in the workplace.
Can you afford not to find out more?   
 
“The term mindfulness refers to a quality of awareness that includes the ability to pay attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally. Mindfulness includes the capacity for lowering one’s own reactivity to challenging experiences; the ability to notice, observe, and experience bodily sensations, thoughts, and feelings even though they may be unpleasant; acting with awareness and attention (not being on autopilot); and focusing on experience, not on the labels or judgments applied to them”.
– M. Krasner et al., 2009.
 
Training objectives

After participating in this training workshop, you’ll be able to:
 
     - Practice mindfulness and self-compassion in daily life
     - Motivate yourself and others with encouragement rather than criticism
     - Handle difficult emotions with greater resilience 
     - Become more aware and able to attend skillfully to your needs and the needs of others
     
 
White paper studies of National Institute of Health UK, the University of Massachusetts, and the Mind/Body Medical Institute at Harvard University suggest that mindfulness at work: 
  • reduces employee absenteeism and turnover
  • improves cognitive functions, such as concentration, memory, and learning ability
  • increases employee productivity
  • enhances employer/employee and client relationships
  • improves job satisfaction. 

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Kontakt

Janus PIM d.o.o.

Slunjska 38
10110 Zagreb
 CROATIA
 
tel:    +385(1) 301 36 83

e-mail: info@janus-pim.hr

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