The key to handling work stress
Why do you do what you do?
Because of the benefits that she noticed in her own life, Ela Amarie felt compelled to share her experience and knowledge of mindfulness. In the same way, we work our body to stay fit and healthy, we can also train our mind. By doing so, we can take full advantage of our mental resources. We can remain balanced, focused, resilient and effective in the midst of our daily life
What it’s designed for
For many of us, our average day at work consists of constant change and uncertainty. It’s an overload of information, disturbing thoughts and emotions. All this leads to a permanent sense of exhaustion.
With our complex, dynamic and fast-paced life, we need new skills and tools that can help us not only to cope with our reality but to thrive and be at our best. Scientific research tells us that we have the tools to reduce stress and anxiety increasing wellbeing and happiness.
Mindful Brain workshops and events are designed to address these challenges. The aim is to equip people with tools and strategies to better manage themselves. Encompassing their thoughts, emotions, stress to improve their interpersonal relationships.
It’s different because…
- All programs are highly interactive experiential and practical. The programs include one-on-one and group conversations, listening exercises, attention-training practices and mindfulness exercises.
- All programs take a science-based approach. They offer rigorous scientific insights about the human brain, alongside reflection and experiential mindfulness practices.
- At Mindful Brain, we use the latest scientific knowledge to create offerings that improve the overactive modern mind, infused with a contemporary perspective so that our programs are relatable and real.
Typical and not so typical challenges Mindful Brain can solve
Mindful Brain events can assist you with:
- Increasing well-being and resilience
- Optimizing performance and develop attentional skills
- Reducing burnout and stress-related conditions
- Increasing retention and employee’s engagement
- Increasing strong collaboration and effective leadership
- Developing self-awareness and empathy
- Increasing creativity and innovation
During a mindfulness program for a team of High Potentials Young Leaders, the feedback from the participants was impressive. The young leaders shared that the mindfulness program not only helped them to develop mental competencies but also to think more clearly and make the right decisions. Furthermore, they added it helped them focus more and stress less. More importantly, they also said it helped them to become better human beings: more compassionate and aware of other’s emotions and perspectives.
Mindful Brain’s measure of effectiveness
Together with the client, they design a pre/post survey that can measure the impact of the program on various indicators: engagement, focus, productivity, stress and well-being, communicating effectively.
What can the people/group that book your event, expect to get?
Mindful Brain events explore topics such as :
- Mindfulness as a foundational skill for self-awareness and self-management
- Emotional Intelligence – learning to manage emotions and to develop resilience
- Leadership skills: decision making, communicating effectively, using mindfulness tools
- Neuroscience: learning about the science underpinning why mindfulness works and how to make use of the latest discoveries and scientific research about the human brain
- Practical exercises and specific workplace applications of mindfulness
If you find the article useful, let us know in the comments and book Ela Amarie’s Mindful Self-Compassion Workshop event! We highly recommend it. Check it out now and see the wonders it can do for your team.