All companies want the same thing: to be successful and work in a productive environment with happiness, focus, and harmony.
Yet, how many of these describe you or your coworkers?
Poor eating habits
Asked to perform above our ability
Anxious about work
The norm for most companies is high turnover from employees who are stressed, frustrated, and suffering from burnout. It’s just the world we live in. If you aren’t working 60+ hours a week, answering emails in the middle of the night or on vacation, and thinking about work from the moment you wake up, you aren’t dedicated.
Either keep up or get out.
Work stress is worn like a Merit Badge. Does stress make us better employees? NO. It agitates us, making us reactive, fatigued, ineffective, unproductive, and dulls our creativity,
Stress is not a trophy to be won; it’s a physical, mental and emotional health risk to avoid.
There is a way to function with less anxiety, to have a happier work environment, better company morale, and ultimately a more productive workplace.
Mindfulness is a means to work with our bodies natural hardware and biochemistry. When practiced regularly mindfulness navigates us to greater states of joy, creativity, peace, harmony and connects us more deeply to ourselves and others. It’s our goal to help your workforce learn and experience the power of these simple practices and teach them how to incorporate them through their work day.
Industry leaders such as HBO, Google, Intel, and Aetna have all implemented mindfulness training within the the workplace and have seen significant improvements in teamwork, an increase in creativity and health of employees, less sick days, a decrease in job related injuries, better communication and more…