Stress. It’s a thing.
Life and work are constantly changing, and uncertainty adds pressure and stress.
Many companies like Nike, Apple and Google are offering workplace wellbeing programmes to help employees relax, build resilience and deal with mental stress more effectively.
“It was a great introduction to mindfulness. The session was accessible and practical.”
Carol Barlow, Wesfarmers
How can mindfulness help?
Mindfulness helps us:
- find our centre
- rest and replenish
- see things clearly
- be creative
- notice how we are feeling
- manage anxiety
- let go of tension
- build resilience
- listen deeply
“…a great way to help them get through many challenges in both day-to-day and work life.”
Shane Rose, Excite Media
What are the benefits?
Here’s scientist Shauna Shapiro on the benefits of mindfulness:
Mindfulness and compassion for staff wellbeing
Reconnected is a training programme using evidence-based tools to help staff reduce stress and increase wellbeing through mindfulness and compassion.
95% of participants said they felt this programme improved their health and wellbeing.
“Your facilitation style was engaging and you contextualised the presentation to our organisation, which made it relevant to and well received by our staff.”
Laura Harriss, Queensland Police Service
Do my workforce need or want mindfulness?
Through consultation, we can help you implement a wellbeing programme that actually works, and engages staff and leaders.
We offer an introductory session for staff to try mindfulness before committing to anything longer.
“I loved that the session was focused on practice. It was all relevant and well-timed. Each exercise was useful for integrating into daily life, in particular the two-minute check in.”
Damien Venner, Uniting Care
Won’t this cost a lot of money?
Mindfulness programmes can actually save money; absenteeism costs the average employer over $1000 per worker, per year. Not to mention the cost of high staff turnover.
We’d love to support you to create a happier, healthier workplace.
Discuss your workplace wellbeing needs by calling Lyndi on +61 (0) 435 626 154 or contacting us here.