Mindfulness
  in the 
Workplace

Mindfulness is a simple and powerful practice of training our attention, which has been shown to be very effective in reducing stress and anxiety as well as having a wide-range of documented benefits valuable to employees.

Mindfulness training for companies is an investment in reducing the costs of health care and absenteeism associated with stress-related conditions, as well as improving employee retention, satisfaction, and overall engagement.

Extensive research has shown that through mindfulness training, individuals learn to proactively manage their state of mind, with the specific business benefits and return on investment to their companies including:

  • • Reduced costs of staff absenteeism and turnover
  • • Increased concentration, memory and learning skills
  • • Increased productivity
  • • Greater resilience in recovering from negative mental states
  • • Enhanced job satisfaction
  • • Enhanced employer/employee and client relationships

“The main business case for meditation is that if you’re fully present on the job, you will be more effective as a leader, you will make better decisions and you will work better with other people,”
William George, Goldman Sachs Board Member and Harvard Business School Fellow


Companies
 we’ve 
worked with

WATCH

BBC Reports at the World Economic Forum on the returns on investment of bringing mindfulness into business.