This course introduces short mindfulness tools and techniques designed for busy professionals. It introduces you to both formal and informal mindfulness exercises that take between 1 and 10 minutes to practice. You will learn to use a range of short, practical 'on the spot' mindfulness tools and techniques that take between 1 and 3 minutes and can be practiced at your desk at work without anyone noticing.
Dates and venues
Venue The Chequers Hotel, 6-8 Oxford Street, RG14 1JB
Date 27 April 2018
Registration time 09.00
Start time 09.30
End time 16.00
Do you feel you have barely enough time to get dressed, eat and go to work? Are you chronically busy? Recent research shows that short mindfulness sessions of just a few minutes can be just as effective as daily practices of 30 minutes or more. So if you’re stressed or struggling to get everything done, short and simple mindfulness is a useful on the spot tool to help you feel calmer and become more productive at work.
What's this course about?
What will you get out of it?
The tools and techniques in this course will help you to feel calmer, more productive and in control. Research demonstrates that mindfulness training can help you improve workplace productivity, relationships at work, resilience and well-being, and can produce positive outcomes with as little as 10 minutes practice a day.
After completing this course you will be able to
- Define in everyday terms what mindfulness is and how it can benefit you at work
- Describe some of the positive impacts that mindfulness has on your brain
- Identify different ways to develop mindfulness
- Use new ways to deal with ‘busyness’
- Apply short practical mindfulness tools and techniques to help you use mindfulness to:
- manage strong emotions
- maintain health and well-being
- improve productivity
- improve working relationships
Is this course for you?
This course is ideal for anyone who wants to achieve a higher level of personal effectiveness. A little knowledge of mindfulness would be beneficial, but it’s not essential as all the basics are covered.
Please note: This course is an introduction and offers a taster of various mindfulness practices. It may not be considered suitable at this time for those affected by acute depression, active or recent substance (alcohol or drug) addictions, P.T.S.D., Bi-polar disorder, current or past psychosis, significant long standing interpersonal difficulties for example, currently meeting the criteria for a personality disorder, recent trauma, significant loss such as divorce, bereavement or unresolved grief reaction.
If you're affected by any of these conditions and the course is not for you, there are many other ways in which we can support you. To find out more please contact us on +44 (0) 1788 556 366.
Delegates need to be open to some self-analysis within a safe and supportive environment
Terms and conditions
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