MindfulnessPosted in : HR Updates on 17 December 2014
Angela Schettino writes:
As we approach the end of the year we reflect as always on the past year and turn our attentions to the new year to come.
We wonder about setting ourselves resolutions, and whether these will be achieved this time around.
Do you find yourself looking back on some of your unachieved resolutions and recognise that if you could only achieve a little more ‘self control’, maybe become more ‘focused’ and better able to cope with the daily bombardment of the issues you face, you would have the ’resilience’ to achieve those resolutions?
If so, you may be interested in finding out a little bit more about the ‘Mindfulness’ movement which is growing at a pace and is having some significant impact in it’s workplace application.
Mindfulness is a type of psychological self mastery that is being taught to people from all kinds of backgrounds, from people seeking better control of their mental health and wellbeing to business leaders and Chief Executives seeking to think with more clarity and sharpness. The technique is being applied and trained in more and more workplace settings. It provides a scientifically researched approach to cultivating clarity, insight and understanding, allowing participants to drastically improve their quality of life.This article is correct at 21/10/2015
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