This document was created in response to demand for information on how to promote mindfulness to corporate clients. It has taken quite some time to write, and we hope you will agree that it is presented it in an accessible, easy to use format.
This 50 page guide is split into four sectionsSection 1: Researching and writing a business case
Section 1 was written with the needs of mindfulness teachers and coaches in mind. Some of this guide may also be helpful for people working within organisations who wish their company to introduce a new mindfulness intervention within their organisation. On the last page of this section (1.8) you will find a section dedicated to introducing mindfulness from within an organisation.
Section 2 contains a list of organisations who have had mindfulness training, case studies of organisations & leaders who have adopted mindfulness.
Section 3 contains a summary of the key research into mindfulness, split into subject areas that may appeal to organisations such as focus & concentration, Decision making, health and well being etc.
Section 4 contains further background information that may be useful when making a business case such as CIPD/ HSE research, relevant information on neuroscience, books & websites.Because this document has taken quite some time to write it is being offered on a voluntary donation basis. All donations will contribute to the development of more resources like this, and help to subsidise the running costs of Mindfulnet.org, so it can continue to be offered as a free resource for all.
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The mindfulness at work conference has generated a great deal of interest both in the UK and internationally. A large number of people who wanted to attend were unable to attend for a variety of reasons.
To meet this demand, we are arranging a series of web based seminars which will start on the 6th September 2012.
The seminars will include the key areas covered by the conference, delivered by a selected number of the conference speakers, with time for a question and answer session at the end. Recordings of the sessions will be available afterwards for participants to listen to again at their leisure.
Each seminar session will be around 75 minutes in duration spaced over a 6 week period. CPD certificates will be available for those who participate in all the seminars.
Tickets range from £35 - £65 to participate in the whole series, with the option to view & listen to the seminars again after the events