The challenges we face at work are unprecedented and multiplying. They include economic hurdles; unprecedented volatility in our external environments; tougher performance measurements; the demand for immediate, round-the-clock responsiveness; and the constant need to do more with less.
These challenges are not insurmountable. But sometimes we need a circuit breaker. Which is exactly what this seminar delivers! Led by internationally best-selling author and mindfulness coach David Michie, this one day seminar will introduce you to a full range of mindfulness tools to suit people with a wide variety of temperaments and challenges.
Just as physical training delivers quantifiable performance improvements, neuro-scientific research shows that mindfulness training can deliver dramatically enhanced working capabilities. These include:
- Improved capacity to manage stress effectively
- Greater emotional resilience
- Enhanced clarity of thinking, objectivity and perspective;
- Improved executive functioning of the brain enabling greater innovation and the ability to ‘join the dots’;
- Enriched empathy and ability to engage more effectively with others;
- The building of more resonant, focused teams;
- Ultimately, a more coherent sense of meaning and purpose in what we do.
From an organisational perspective, mindfulness programs have been shown to help improve attendance rates and staff retention, enhance job performance, as well as unleash greater creativity.
Most of us are hired not for our good looks, but for our minds. Use this opportunity to start optimising the performance of your most important asset!
Presenter - David Michie
David Michie is the internationally best-selling author of a number of books about mindfulness, meditation and Buddhism. These include the non-fiction titles Why Mindfulness is Better than Chocolate, Hurry Up and Meditate and Buddhism for Busy People, as well as his popular novel series The Dalai Lama’s Cat. His books are available in 25 languages in over 30 different countries.
David has been delivering mindfulness and meditation seminars to a diverse range of audiences for the past five years. These include participating in ongoing programs under the auspices of the Australian Institute of Management – University of Western Australia Business School, Executive Education, as well as for a wide range of private, public and not-for-profit organisations.