Greater wellbeing at work through the practice of mindfulness
Paying attention to the present moment without judgement has the potential to lower stress, build resilience, increase self confidence, enhance clarity of mind and improve problem solving.
But without fully understanding the practice of mindfulness, and learning tools and techniques to enhance our awareness, it is easy to allow our work to become all consuming, contributing to stress, anxiety and burnout.
Our mindfulness workshops combine expert knowledge with the positive example dogs bring in the practice of mindfulness. Not only do dogs epitomise what it means to be mindful – aware, in the moment and non-judgemental – they also provide us with opportunities to be truly present.
- Introduction to mindfulness
- Dispelling the myths around mindfulness
- Understanding the ego
- Three key concepts of mindfulness
- Changing negative thinking
- Applying mindfulness in the workplace
- Practicing mindfulness
- Greater clarity and insight
- Decrease stress and anxiety
- Improved problem solving
- Stronger resilience
- Enhanced flexibility
- Better attention
- Stronger relationships
- Greater enjoyment
- More acceptance
- Less negative thinking
Who will benefit from this course?
Employees in every function, at every level will benefit from mindfulness training.
Up to 8 employees per workshop.
If you would like to arrange training for large groups, please get in touch to discuss a bespoke option.
Role of the dog in the workshop
We draw on the positive influence of dogs in the workshop to enhance the learning experience and use their innate qualities to exemplify the concepts we teach.
The presence of a dog in the workshop also helps us to create an energising environment, aiding engagement and increasing people’s propensity to focus and learn.
Why invest in mindfulness training as an organisation?
- Increased productivity and engagement in a task
- Decreased levels of absenteeism, thereby reducing costs associated with sickness
- Less internal conflict, improved communication skills and team cohesion
- Increased physical and mental wellbeing
- Reduced staff turnover
- Enhanced ability to think clearly and focus on a task
- Improved memory and concentration