Being Well In The Workplace

Being Well In The Workplace - learn how to help you and your team's mental health at work - reducing burn out and increasing happiness and productivity

Mindfulness is the ability to be present and aware of what's happening in mind, body and the world around you. It’s a necessary ability in the workplace, and one that is not easy to develop and integrate. But in all my years of being a certified mindfulness coach, what I have witnessed time and time again is when an individual chooses to engage in the practices on a regular basis, major transformations are experienced. Individuals quite often shift from anxiety and worry, to greater peace, focus and productivity in the workplace and at home. Below are some of the benefits and examples of mindfulness that I have seen in my line of work. Learn more about workplace mindfulness today!

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The Team

A mindful employee is a happy and productive employee. The last couple of years of the pandemic workplace culture has revealed that different people work better under different circumstances. Many companies have switched to remote or hybrid workplaces and seen the production benefits as their employees become less stressed while working. In my own life, I experienced a profound productivity increase when I started my mindfulness journey. Employee well-being is vital to an organization, reach out today to find out how you can improve your well-being.

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Sam Walton said, “Outstanding leaders go out of their way to boost the self-esteem of their personnel. If people believe in themselves, it's amazing what they can accomplish.” While the mindful employee is the key to a successful company, the leader gets them to where they need to go. My goal is to give you the skills you need to lead your people well. I believe that there is always room for improvement, and mindfulness is the first step.

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The Organization

An organization’s culture is key to an organization’s productivity. When businesses struggle, it's quite often due to a “toxic” workplace culture that diminishes returns and cause employee retention to plummet. I have worked with numerous organizations as a mindfulness coach, and it is my passion to help you develop an inspired, focused and team oriented culture in your organization.

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How Mindfulness Techniques Can Improve Your Workplace

Mindfulness practices have been proven to show great benefit in dozens of areas. Among them are creativity, productivity, improved emotional intelligence and communication, as well as reduced burnout and absenteeism. Within my offering you are able to choose from a variety of topics to learn about and work on. Learning the theory and principles of mindfulness are important first steps in weaving this practice into your organization. The most important aspect however, is engaging in the practices themselves. This is where the benefits are are experienced firsthand.

If you struggle with any of these things listed above in your workplace, inquire today for your team!