Top 6 Reasons for Coaches to Train in Mindfulness

Potential Project Senior Trainer Angela Spaxman has written an article on The Top 6 Reasons for Coaches to Train in Mindfulness. Angela writes:

Mindfulness means paying attention in the current moment and being awake to the experience of your present awareness. Clearly, mindfulness is an essential quality that coaches use in interactions with our clients. It features prominently in the IAC Coaching Masteries® where it shows up most obviously in Mastery #4, "Processing in the Present." The quality of our mindfulness—our ability to be present and engaged with our clients as they reveal their inner processes to us—is a mark of high-value coaching.

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Mindfulness: An Antidote to Multitasking

Writing in Human Resources, the journal of the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management, the Potential Project's Senior Trainer Angela Spaxman explains the case against multi-tasking and how mindfulness can be used as an antidote to bring more focus, concentration and emotional stability to corporations.

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Mindfulness training improves memory

Researchers have found that even brief mindfulness training improves your memory. As little as 20 minutes of training for only four days proves to have significant impact on your memory. It's not that difficult - get started.

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Mindfulness and Corporate Burnout

This article, by Potential Project Senior Trainer Jane Grafton, appeared in Human Resources Magazine Singapore in November 2011. Goran Musulin, former HR Director Siemens Healthcare Asia Pacific & Australia and friend of the Singapore TPP team, shares his experience to help raise awareness of corporate burnout and the invaluable role of mindfulness meditation.

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Mind & Its Potential Conference reviewed in The Age newspaper

Writing in Australia's The Age newspaper on November 24th 2011, Anneli Knight reviews the recent Mind & Its Potential Conference.

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