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What Is Mindfulness?

A Mindatory Component
For Thriving Work Spaces

In the fast-paced world of business, mindfulness emerges as a powerful tool, that fosters strengths such as resilience, adaptability, and emotional intelligence—indispensable qualities for a robust and vibrant workforce.

But what exactly is mindfulness?

Mindfulness  is a unity of the body and the mind in the present moment in order to bring deeper levels of awareness, acceptance, and understanding to it.

 

This intentional focus not only enhances resilience, adaptability, and emotional intelligence but also sparks creativity and innovation, contributing to a workforce that excels in today's fast-paced environment.

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Unlock The Full Potential
Mindful Minds and Thriving Teams

 Mindatory transformative power is presented across six comprehensive lessons, each designed to address three key objectives:

Resilience, Emotional Intelligence and Creativity

Here's how the program achieves these objectives:

Resilience

Boost resilience with mindfulness!

 

Enhance your brain's CEO – the mental skills for getting things done – through practices that improve planning, organizing, attention, and decision-makingng memory.  

Emotional Intelligence

Elevate emotional intelligence with mindfulness!

 

Mindfulness. practices improve emotional awareness, empathy, and emotional regulation, fostering stronger emotional intelligence.

Creativity

Fuel Creativity With Mindfulness. 

Engage in mindfulness practices to cultivate curiosity, open-mindedness, and the ability to see new possibilities.

 The Proof Is In The Pudding

Resilience

  • ​Mindfulness practices teach skills to be more adaptable in the face of challenges and uncertainties.

  • Mindfulness training boosts resilience by reinforcing crucial aspects of executive functioning, like attention and working memory.

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Creativity

  • Engaging in mindfulness-based practices enhances aspects of creativity, including mental flexibility and verbal fluency.

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  • Mindfulness practices contribute to a more creative mindset by lessening the fear of judgment, fostering open-minded thinking, and reducing self-conscious thoughts.

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Employee Engagement

  • Mindfulness practices promote a positive mindset, leading to increased job satisfaction and commitment.​

  • Mindfulness practices contribute to the enhancement of three crucial aspects of employee work engagement: meaningfulness in work, effective emotional regulation, and an improved sense of job competence

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 Work Relationships

  • Improve interpersonal relationships by fostering better communication and understanding.

  •  Mindfulness improves work relationships by approaching problems and conflicts with an open mind.

  • Mindfulness improves work relationships by lessening the impulse to take disagreements personally. 

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Cost Savings 

  • Analysis of the  savings associated with workplace wellness programs found that medical costs fall by about $3.27 for every $1 spent on wellness programs

 

  • Absenteeism costs fall by about $2.73 for every $1 spent.

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Emotional Intelligence

  • Mindfulness techniques enhance the ability to perceive one's own emotional states.

  • Mindfulness techniques help regulate and  cultivate more positive and adaptive emotional states.

  • There is evidence supporting the effectiveness of mindfulness, in decreasing emotional exhaustion and the incidence of burnout. 

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Adaptibility

  • Mindfulness practices teach you to embrace change and navigate uncertainties more effectively.

  • Aspects of adaptibility including responding to crisis, accepting uncertainty, learning, and problem solving are improved with mindfulness practices. 

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Reduce Stress

  • Mindfulness practices promote a heightened awareness of thoughts and emotions, reducing the impact of stressors.

  • Mindfulness encourages individuals to focus on the present moment, reducing anxiety about the past or future.

  • Mindfulness is associated with lower perceived stress and higher work engagement.

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Enhance

Communication

  • Through an enhanced presence, mindfulness promotes presence while listening and speaking.

  • Responding thoughtfully rather than reactively in communication, mindfulness fostes more constructive interactions.

  • Mindfulness fosters communication traits such as humility and authenticity, which are positive contributors to workplace communication.

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Work Culture 

  • Mindfulness practices enhance work culture by reducing negative job affect and fostering a more positive emotional climate.

  • Research suggests that mindfulness practices are associated with a decrease in counterproductive and disruptive behaviors.

  • Employee engagement remains a crucial aspect of cultivating a positive work culture, reflecting a committed, enthusiastic, and invested workforce.

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