Our mindfulness at work program, “Working with Presence” is intended to equip your employees with strategies to help them deal with work stress, parenting, relationships and overall stress of life that impacts their physical and mental health.
Main Features of the Mindfulness at Work Program
Benefits of the Mindfulness Program
Benefits to the Individual
Benefits to the Organization
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is a beautiful practice that helps people fully attend to and stay with the present moment. Through mindfulness practices such as aligning to the present moment, focusing on breath and staying with emotions, people are trained to develop a greater connection to what is happening in the present thereby changing the way they relate to stressors in their life.
The practices and exercises taught during this mindfulness at work program are such that employees can make them a part of daily living. This will help mindfulness find its way into more and more aspects of their lives thereby deepening its effectiveness.
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Why Mindfulness for Organisations?
Developing this program became almost inevitable for us as we witnessed the corporate working population highly stressed. Some of the common difficulties with which people approach us at our center are:
- Finding difficulty in establishing a work-life balance
- Suffering from difficulties in interpersonal relationships at work
- Difficulty in managing marital, romantic and family relationships
- Presence of stress related physical ailments
- Emotional lows and unstable mood
- Anger management issues
We believe a company is only as healthy as its employees. A chaotic, stressed lifestyle with numerous small and big hassles is what largely describes the life of the urban working population.
Recent research shows that it is not only the big difficulties in life that make people prone to nervous breakdowns but in fact the numerous small piles of things to do, irritants, arguments, uncooperative colleagues, failing plans, temporary deadlines, that actually reflect in more edginess, restlessness and distractedness all of which are the manifestations of systemic stress.
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