Why is corporate mindfulness a critical factor in work-life performance and well-being?
In our fast-paced, always-on working cultures we are losing our ability to pay attention. Your level of attention determines your level of performance. That is why organizations like Amex, Accenture, Nike and Ikea are introducing corporate mindfulness to enhance performance and well-being.
Following the successful implementation of our CBMT programs in organizations around the globe, 2014 is a year of expansion. We are looking for individuals with a corporate background, excellent training and facilitation skills, and a longstanding mindfulness practice. Our current areas of focus are: Australia, New Zealand, Shanghai, Beijing, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Finland, United Kingdom, Norway and Denmark.
We are very pleased to announce we now have a strong presence in the USA and Canada. With trainers based in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Portland, California, Toronto, and Calgary we are able to help organizations across North America increase effectiveness, enhance creativity, and improve resilience through customized corporate mindfulness training solutions. As we continue to grow, we are happy to hear from people who are passionate about mindfulness in organizations and interested in learning about our criteria to become trainers.
Australia's The Age newspaper has published an article debunking the widespread practice of multitasking at work, citing recent neuroscientific research and The Potential Project's MD, Rasmus Hougaard.
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» Read the article (www.theage.com.au)
Professor Jochen Reb from Singapore Management University has been studying the effects of Corporate Based Mindfulness Training in different companies.
Amongst others he has studied the impact in the largest Scandinavian insurance company, If Insurance, and found significant improvements in:
Job performance, work-Life balance, focused attention, job satisfaction, organizational citizenship behavior, commitment to the organization, emotional balance, and lowered intention to quit the job.
More research on its way from Professor Jochen Reb as well as from other universities that are conducting research on CBMT.
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