Building a Mindfulness Practice at Work


According to Harvard Research, 47% of the time we are mentally off task. How would performance change for you and your organization if you could improve on this? In this course you’ll explore the modern-day phenomenon of mindfulness—the mental state achieved by focusing one’s awareness on the present moment—and how it’s helping employees at organizations like Google, Accenture and IKEA increase job satisfaction, reduce anxiety levels, improve concentration and build healthier interpersonal relationships.

Documented research shows that mindfulness creates noticeable improvements in the following areas:

  • Patience and resilience
  • Concentration and focus
  • Stress management, helping you to remain calm under pressure
  • Communication skills, increasing the capacity for listening and empathy
  • Innovation and creativity
  • Clear thinking, due to heightened awareness and consciousness

This course was formerly titled Demystifying Mindfulness at Work.

Who Should Enroll: 
  • Habitual multitaskers
  • People who are seeking life/work balance
  • Anyone who wants to reduce distraction and increase productivity at work
  • Employees who are looking for prioritization strategies
Learning Outcomes: 
  • Recognize the importance of mindfulness and be able to articulate a clear business case for it
  • Increase awareness of common mindfulness blocks that reduce organizational performance and productivity 
  • Utilize the thought–feeling–action framework to shift mindfulness blocks and develop a targeted action plan for reducing blocks
  • Be confident with the basics of meditation (centering) and be able to apply simple techniques in a workplace setting
Continuing Education Hours: 
Project Management Institute 6.5 PDUs-Leadership
Continuing Education Units .65 CEUs
Society for Human Resource Management 6.5 PDCs-Communication
Society for Human Resource Management 6.5 PDCs-Leadership and Navigation
Society for Human Resource Management 6.5 PDCs-Relationship Management
Applies Towards Certificates:

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Additional Information: 

This course is not available for college credit.