When you think of mindfulness, the first thing that comes into your head is probably meditation or practicing yoga, and this isn’t wrong, but it’s definitely not the only way to think of it, especially in the context of the workplace.

Mindfulness is essentially about awareness. It means being focused at the moment and not allowing yourself to be distracted by what happened at that meeting yesterday or what tasks must be completed tomorrow. Practicing mindfulness allows you to really concentrate on the task at hand.

There are many ways to cultivate mindfulness at work, from walking during the day to taking purposeful pauses when eating. In a workplace full of distractions, the ability to focus on what’s important is becoming an increasingly useful skill to get the job done.

This training is specifically designed for mentors, managers, HR representatives and anyone who wants to inspire and help other people to improve their workdays in meaningful ways. In this path, we will introduce how you can bring mindfulness into your workplace. We'll be going over how to integrating these strategies into your organization, including some tips and best practices on how to lead your team with a mindfulness approach.