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Mindfulness in the Workplace
What does neuroscience have to do with leadership? Understanding the brain is creating significant breakthroughs in how we communicate and collaborate with others. Find out how you can create conditions where people can thrive.
The rapid pace of change, increasing demands and the ever evolving digital world are creating extraordinary demands on employees. In the workplace, this drain on our emotional and mental well-being can lead to decreased effectiveness, reduced productivity, less creativity and lower engagement.
Mindfulness in the Workplace is emerging as a key focus area to help individuals and organizations promote greater self-care, stress management, clearer communication and enhanced work relationships.
When we’re stretched too thin, our ability to listen and focus is severely compromised. Hear more from best-selling author Dr. Mark Goulston about how you can get your own emotions under control and leverage the power of listening to breakthrough to people and get better results.
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" The subject matter selected to be taught in this course fits exactly to my current job roles. The teacher did an excellent job relating that info to specific job responsibilities and selected example companies. "
" I enjoyed the interaction between participants and the willingness of Jim to discuss items until we were all in the loop. "
" The training was excellent; far more than I expected in terms of amount of information covered and the depth in which we were able to get into some of the topics. "
Sean De Vries
" Jim was a great facilitator and kept the energy level high. The course was fast-moving and applicable. "
" I like how open the course was - open discussion and not following hundreds of pages in a binder. "
" Susan gave very good, interesting information on topics that I thought were going to be difficult. She made the course fun and full of insight. "
" he fact that there were eight participants in the seminar was great because it made it more interactive with more opportunities to participate or ask questions. I also like the exercises we worked on. "
" I enjoyed all aspects of the course, I found it very informative and practical. "
" The number of course participants allowed a direct interaction between the trainer and students. Also, the trainer used the structure of topics and challenging statements to wake the students up from their day-to-day work procedures. "