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Mindful Workplace Community corporate partner Awaris worked with the Boston Consulting Group to produce this short publication on the part mindfulness can play in supporting employee well-being and performance in the virtual workplace. Give it a read here.
In this article from Natwest’s careers service, following up on his previous post, CEO of Mark Randall Consultancy and Mindful Workplace Community member Mark Randall discusses mindfulness exercises that can help you to focus your mind and alleviate stress at work.
In this article from Natwest’s careers service, CEO of Mark Randall Consultancy and Mindful Workplace Community member Mark Randall talks about his background in mindfulness and runs through some short practices for beginners.
Working in the UK Government in senior leadership, I had seen first-hand the impact stress can have on my own productivity and the wellbeing as well as those around me. I discovered mindfulness in 2012, and like many found it transformative and, also like many, kept it to himself for fear of being thought weird. […]
Image by Marcus Winkler (Unspash.com) ABSTRACT: No systematic review had previously been conducted examining the benefits mindfulness or meditation interventions for leaders and managers. However, the literature suggested that such interventions would have a positive impact on leaders’ own well-being, their leadership capability, their “post-conventional” leadership capacity, and their direct reports. The purpose of this […]
Image by Jacob Madsen (Unsplash) There is evidence from military settings and other high-pressure, safety-critical environments that mindfulness helps to reduce stress and enhance attention. In this article, Martin Summerfield explores mindfulness in the nuclear sector. Key points addressed:- Mindfulness is effective in reducing stress, anxiety and burnout. ƒ Mindfulness provides such benefits without compromising […]
Image by Aron Visuals (Unsplash) Humanity’s future may depend upon strengthening our agency. Multiple interconnected crises call for skilful response on a global scale – but our capacity for intentional action in our collective best interest is underdeveloped and increasingly undermined. This discussion paper opens a dialogue on the contribution of evidence-based mindfulness training to individual and collective agency. Beyond […]
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