Mindfulness Workshop - Neuroscience-Based Workshop to Increase Productivity

Senior friendly executive teaching new employee

Duration: 1 hour sessions; half a day – 2 day(s)

“Wherever you are, be there totally.” Eckhart Tolle


Eckhart Tolle is considered one of the world’s most respected mindfulness teachers.

The fact that ‘mindfulness’ is often considered a path to, or a by-product of, ‘spirituality’ has meant that business and organisations have been slow to embrace it.

But thanks to measurable advances in neuroscience, businesses can now see the real and tangible benefits of helping their employees to discover what it means to be mindful, and how to apply mindfulness in everyday life.

Essentially, mindful working means applying optimal focus and awareness to each moment and on what you are doing. It means retaining focus on the task at hand and recognising and releasing internal and external distractions as they arise.

In this way, mindfulness helps increase effectiveness and decrease mistakes, and it has been proven to even enhance creativity and improve memory.

Whether your ultimate business outcome is increased performance, stress reduction, building resilience or creating better relationships, then understanding how to apply mindfulness can have a significant impact on achieving them.

This course, developed by Glass Rock Solutions, offers rigorous scientific insights about the human brain, as well as mindfulness practices that can be implemented into every day scenarios. It is fun, highly interactive and practical.

Target Audience

This course, delivered by Glass Rock Solutions, is designed for leaders and teams alike to enable a better understanding of mindfulness and how to practically engage in mindfulness practices at work and at home. The participants will have fun and feel empowered and enabled in mind and body, resulting in a greater sense of wellbeing and achievement. Glass Rock will further customise this training for your attendees.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this program, you will:

  • Understand what mindfulness is
  • Know the benefits of mindfulness
  • Understand how meditation works
  • Explore Stillness with Breath – guided meditation
  • Understand the default role your mind plays in your life
  • Understand how you can consciously lead your mind to work with you
  • Complete a full body scan Mindfulness Meditation – guided meditation
  • Learn how self-judgement slows down progress and how to release self-judgement
  • Complete the 5-4-3-2-1 Mindfulness Meditation – guided meditation
  • Understand what emotions are
  • Feeling into key emotions stored in your body, letting go and activating joy – guided meditation
  • Understand suffering and its causes
  • Discover keys to releasing suffering and experiencing joy more often instead
  • Release feelings of shame and guilt – guided meditation
  • Have embedded a sense of calm in your body – guided meditation.

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