MWC Webinar: Who benefits from digital vs live mindfulness training?
This debate is free to MWC members.
Followers and non-members are welcome to attend at a cost of only £15.00.
Dr. Jutta Tobias Mortlock, (Senior Lecturer at City, University of London and Co-Founder of Centre for Excellence in Mindfulness Research (CEMR), will facilitate a fascinating panel discussion with Rasmus Hougaard (Author, Speaker and CEO, The Potential Project) , Chris Tamjidi, (Awaris), and Jolawn Victor, (Chief International Office at Headspace Health), regarding the latest scientific research and evidence surrounding digital vs live mindfulness training.
Hybrid teaching and use of meditation apps for individuals in organisations look to be increasing.
Panel members will be given the opportunity to present evidence to support their perspectives with a view to sharing and learning how these two methods can complement one another
You do not want to miss this one!
Chris is Co-Director and Co-Founder of the Awaris GmbH since 2009.
His focus is on mindfulness, enlightened leadership and understanding cause and effect.
Born in 1970, Chris has over 25 years experience in business consulting, leadership development, mindfulness practices and change management.
Jutta is a social psychologist with 25 years of work experience in organisational development and capacity-building in six countries on three continents.
Jutta’s research interest is focused on behaviour change initiatives in workplaces geared at generating sustainable wellbeing and performance, using “third wave” cognitive behavioural approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and other evidence-based mindfulness frameworks. She researches and teaches workplace mindfulness and leadership in collaboration with a variety of organisations and is a popular keynote speaker on the link between wellbeing and performance. Jutta serves as advisor to UK thinktank The Mindfulness Initiative and to the US-based mindfulness in education non-profit Inner Explorer.