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Join us for our first ever MWC Book Club facilitated by MWC member Brian Henderson. Kathryn Mannix ‘From the bestselling author of With the End in Mind, a book about the hardest conversations we have in life and how to do them right – honestly and without regret – Listen’. ‘Kathryn has spent her medical […]
5th September, 2022 at 12:00pm
Online (Zoom)

Forthcoming events
A chance for mindfulness-trainer MWC members to discuss and share personal ideas and issues, support one another, explore professional themes, and collaborate. Please get in touch if you would like to participate and share your insights and knowledge on a particular theme.
  This month, we’ll be exploring Trauma Sensitive Mindfulness and David Treleaven’s book. More info. TBC. Free to MWC members, £5.00 for non-members, followers and guests.
Pilar Puig Cortada (The Oxford Mindfulness Centre) will be speaking about Trauma Informed Mindfulness and her work trauma professional,  David Treleaven. More info: TBA This webinar is free to MWC members. Followers and non-members are welcome to attend at a cost of only £15.00.
A chance for mindfulness-trainer MWC members to discuss and share personal ideas and issues, support one another, explore professional themes, and collaborate. Please get in touch if you would like to participate and share your insights and knowledge on a particular theme.
Past events
This event is free to MWC members and open to followers and non-members for a fee of £15.00. The theme for discussion will be ‘Using ACT as a tool to explore emotions at work’.  We will draw themes from the book, ‘Emotional Agility’ by Susan David and the work of Shamash Alidina. We will also […]
This keynote is free to MWC members and open to followers and non-members for a fee of £15.00. Erick Rinner is a non-executive director and senior trainer of The Potential Project, and in-residence executive at IMD.  Erick is also an executive coach with a particular focus on mindfulness coaching and is a trained mindfulness teacher in […]
This webinar is free to MWC members. Followers and non-members are welcome to attend at a cost of only £15.00. Sustainability scholars are beginning to acknowledge that people’s inner world has been ignored for too long, and that this is why necessary action on the climate crisis has failed so far. In this context, mindfulness […]
Friend of the Mindful Workplace Community BAMBA (the British Association of Mindfulness-based Approaches) will be hosting a day-long online spring retreat led by Prof. Rebecca Crane and featuring a range of teachers. See more details and register here!
‘How to tackle the ‘I don’t have enough time to meditate’ challenge. A chance for mindfulness-trainer MWC members to discuss and share ideas. We would like for these sessions to be interactive, therefore, if you have any particular solutions to the ‘time barrier’, we’d love for you to participate and share your insights. Please get […]
What do we know about who benefits from digital v live mindfulness training and how can these two methods complement one another?
The Mindfulness in Law Group (an MWC partner) is running the following event: We all have racial prejudices within us; it’s how the instinctive part of the brain is designed. In order to connect with others better we must be aware of what these are. In this interactive session Mindfulness Practitioner and Coach Gunraj Arora […]
In this session, Gillian Higgins (international barrister, mediator, and mindfulness teacher) will share her experience on how mindfulness can help us to develop skills to navigate conflict – at work and home. The role of mindful listening, the power of self-compassion and the ability to tune in with self-awareness to our own contributions to conflict […]
Come and meet us and our Mindful Workplace Community Members at our Virtual Street Party! For the whole of January 2022, we are running a promotional campaign with 10% annual membership discount. Members get access to our flagship webinar series—which, last year, we welcomed keynote speakers including Megan Reitz, Vidyamala Burch, Clif Smith and Mari Thorman—as well as a […]