An Introduction to Mindfulness at Work

Short Course
Duration: 1 day   /   Level: General   /   Suitable for in-house

Discover the wonderful world of mindfulness practice and how it can improve employee resilience, reduce stress and improve effectiveness and performance.



Dates and Availability

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23 November 2017
Duration: 1 day
London Spaces available
£455.00 + VAT Book places now

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In tough economic times, many organisations are looking for new ways to deliver better products and services to customers while simultaneously reducing costs. Carrying on as normal is not isn’t an option. Organisations are looking for sustainable ways to be more innovative and maintain resilience in the face of ongoing change, reducing stress and improving employee resilience and effectiveness. For these reasons, more and more organisations are offering staff training in mindfulness, but what is mindfulness, and how could it help your organisation? This one day course will provide you with the answers. In the morning you will gain a basic experiential and theoretical grounding in what mindfulness is, its origins and evolution, and have the opportunity to try it for yourself. You will gain practical insights into how to manage yourself better and maintain sustained attention for longer. In the afternoon you will have an opportunity to evaluate mindfulness potential impact on your organisation by considering the challenges your organisation is facing and evaluating how mindfulness might be able to assist by exploring the evidence base for mindfulness at work.

Course Tutors

Miss Juliet Adams

Juliet is an energetic, engaging and pragmatic consultant, trainer and learning facilitator. She has spent many years experience working with organisations to enhance leadership capability, and help them to navigate change. Now she is increasingly involved in bringing mindfulness to the world of work. Juliet is founder of, a leading web-based mindfulness information resource, and organiser of the Mindfulness at Work conferences in 2012 and 2014. She is author of 'Making the Business Case for Mindfulness' and 'Mindfulness at work for Dummies'. Juliet has contributed to parliamentary recommendations on mindfulness at work, been interviewed by the BBC and National press and a regular commentator on mindfulness at work. She works with organisations large and small to help individuals and groups develop mindfulness and improve their resilience, well-being and personal productivity.

Who is it for

An introduction to Mindfulness at Work is a practical and interactive course designed for HR leaders, OD practitioners, and Occupational Health representatives looking to understand what mindfulness is and how it can assist individual employees and or their organisation as a whole. 


Participants will leave the course with practical tools and techniques to assist them in their busy workload. They will also leave with a clear idea of how mindfulness could assist their organisation, its cultural fit, strategies for making the business case for mindfulness within their organisation, and guidance for pilot and evaluation.

  • What mindfulness is and how it works
  • The evidence base for mindfulness in the workplace
  • How mindfulness can assist busy HR staff
  • An opportunity to experience mindfulness
  • Everyday opportunities for mindfulness
  • Determining how mindfulness might assist your employees
  • Incorporating mindfulness elements onto management and leadership development
  • Individual action planning:
    • Gaining organisational buy-in
    • Considerations when selecting a mindfulness coach or trainer
    • Designing in evaluation to measure ROI
  • Key information sources moving forward.

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