VIRTUAL PROGRAM | Mindfulness in the Workplace
Most employers today recognize the impact employee health and well-being has on the function and bottom line of the workplace. Simply put, when employees are not doing well, productivity suffers and organizational costs rise. The practices and principles of mindfulness can play an important role in helping individuals manage stress while also enhancing psychological well-being in the workplace. Additionally, empirical research suggests mindfulness may also be harnessed to positively impact not only individual health and well-being, but also improve cooperation and performance among individuals, teams and departments within the workplace.
Join us to...
- Understand what mindfulness is, how it is practiced, and cultivated.
- Experience a guided mindfulness practice.
- Learn how mindfulness training can meet many common challenges found within today's workplace.
Amy Zoe Schonhoff (she/her/hers), is the founder of Mindfulness in the Heartland, a professional venture committed to sharing the benefits, and supporting the cultivation, of mindfulness in individuals and communities within the Midwest. Amy is a qualified teacher of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, a certified advanced practitioner of Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness, and a trained Mindfulness Educator for K-12 through Mindful Schools. Amy’s mindfulness practice spans over twenty-five years of personal exploration. Personally, she has found the practices and principles of mindfulness to be the most instructive and transformative approach to embracing this experience of “being human.”