Webvent

Implementing Mindfulness at Work

Friday, September 23, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Jenny Wang, Sr. Consultant

Do your employees feel unproductive, overwhelmed, or stressed? Do your leaders need clearer focus and sharper strategic thinking to make better decisions? Did you know our minds can be trained for better performance with a simple practice: mindfulness?

Believe it or not, most of the time, we don’t control our minds. Our random thoughts divert our attention. When we are not in tune with the present, we are distracted by past or future events, neither of which we can control.

Join the ranks of Google, General Mills, and many others that have incorporated mindfulness into their talent development programs. Mindfulness training has been shown to reduce employee stress and improve focus, decision making, and strategic thinking. This webcast will share ideas to help you:

  • Identify mindfulness behaviors, rather than mindless behaviors.
  • Learn how to effectively answer stakeholder questions about mindfulness.
  • Introduce simple mindfulness activities proven to improve employee performance.
  • Launch a pilot mindfulness training program.
  • Avoid pitfalls when promoting mindfulness activities.

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Jenny Wang
Jenny Wang

Sr. Consultant

Jenny Wang has a passion for helping people improve performance through holistic learning. She is a senior consultant responsible for career and professional development programs for Office Depot. She is also a certified yoga instructor and health coach. Jenny is the co-author of the September 2016 TD at Work “Implementing Mindfulness in the Workplace.” Contact her at wangzhengzi@gmail.com.


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