Corporate-Based Mindfulness Training

The Corporate-Based Mindfulness Training Program (CBMT) is a mind training program tailored to the needs and challenges of a busy work life. It has been developed in collaboration with authorities from business, science and mind training. CBMT marks the global “Gold Standard” in mindfulness training in the workplace.

Evaluations show four main outcomes:

  • Increased focus and concentration
  • Improved efficiency
  • Decreased stress
  • Better mental well-being and work life balance

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