Mindfulness in the Workplace

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  • Published date: August 5, 2019
    • Fremont, California, United States

Overview
You don't have to have peace in your life or a calm mind in order to use the tool that is mindfulness. Mindfulness is about increasing awareness to manage reactions, emotions, and perceptions. In the work environment this means increasing productivity, avoiding burnout, and retention.

Too often we believe the lie that we should first have it all together and then we will be more rational and centered when in the reverse is true. In this webinar we will explore why that is true, how to increase your mindfulness inside and outside of work each day, and how to make a mindful approach second nature now.

Why should you Attend
If you have ever seen someone talk about mindfulness or meditation and been curious about how it could help in your daily life this webinar is for you. Mindfulness is so much more than being calm it is about being aware of what is going on and how you are reacting to situations. At work there are often so many factors that we cannot control and this can leave us feeling overwhelmed and disengaged.

In this webinar we will present the tools you need to get started with a mindfulness practice for you and your team and the benefits there in.

Areas Covered in the Session
What mindfulness is and isn't
Why mindfulness at work
The benefits of mindfulness
Using the tools of mindfulness each day
Who Will Benefit
Anyone
Speaker Profile
Dr. Laura McGuire is the founder of the National Center for Equity and Agency. She has worked as an instructor, presenter, educator, consultant, and trainer. Her experience includes both public and private sectors, middle schools, high schools, and university settings. In 2015, she served as the first Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Program Manager at the University of Houston, and in 2017, she became the first Victim Advocate/Prevention Educator at the US Merchant Marine Academy. Dr. McGuire lives the United States, where she works as a full-time consultant and expert witness.

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Traininng.com LLC
Email: traininngdotcom@gmail.com
Phone: US: (510) 962-8903
Phone: Zurich: +41 - 43 434 80 33
Website : https://www.traininng.com

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