Mindfulness in the Workplace - Courses and Training
Across many sectors, the workplace environment is experiencing increasing pressure, uncertainty and complexity. Mindfulness offers a way to stay balanced, focussed and connected.
The article linked here published in Hindsight (A leading Europe-wide aviation magazine) provides a good example of the work carried out by Anchorpoint with a UK client in the nuclear sector. It also provides a great introduction to the relevance of Mindfulness for the workplace more generally.
There is growing evidence that Mindfulness can help with the following:
Attention & clear thinking
Sense of perspective
Wellbeing, resilience and work life balance
Relationships, self-regulation and collaboration
Focus, safety and clear decision-making
Supporting your teams in Challenging Times
Online support for your teams
45-60 minute sessions
Resilience and steadiness in times of challenge and uncertainty ( a tool kit to reduce anxiety and worry)
Maintaining balance whilst working from home
Bespoke packages to meet the challenges your staff face
Recent work has involved EDF (see case study below) and Leeds Building Society staff.
Following a workshop at the end of 2018 one Leeds Building Society head office staff member reflected,
“I found the session fantastic and since working with Martin I have taken steps to learn more about and practice mindfulness. I am making great progress and can already feel calmer, happier, less stressed and able to deal with my over active mind far more easily.”
Following three workshops with her staffBecky Hewitt, Director of People at the Leeds Building Society commented,
Anchor Point Mindfulness delivers workplace training courses across the North West and is happy to collaborate with organisations in any sector. Clients have included organisations within the Energy, Finance, Retail, Charitable and Education sectors. Please get in touch if you would like further information and case studies.