Work is an integral part of our living and being. As modern science and technology evolve, the way we work is also changing. What we do and how we do it even on a small scale has a wider impact. Employee happiness and strategies for managing stress can avoid business turning into busyness.
Collaboration, creativity, cognitive flexibility and effective decision-making are all things organisations should champion. Success in the workplace relies on the very things that stress and unhappiness erode!
We’ve worked with many organisations and leaders to introduce bespoke mindfulness programmes. These programmes have improved both well-being and productivity.
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We’ve helped organisations like Amazon, EY, The University of Edinburgh, SkyScanner, NHS Scotland.
“It works! And, it starts working straight away. I feel like I'm back in the driving seat of my life and I haven't felt that way for many, many years.”
“The course has been an excellent introduction to Mindfulness. You can read books and listen to recordings, etc. But, I found attending a course with others and swapping feedback to be very helpful and beneficial. I especially enjoyed the group meditations.”
“Dr Avinash is a truly wonderful teacher wha has people at the very centre of the work he does. I took part in an 8 week mindfulness course and I can honestly say it changed my life completely - in a a very positive way! I would thoroughly recommend any of his courses.”
“The programme has shown me, for the first time, that there is an approach that can work for me. Both the practical outcome of seeing benefits immediately as well as the reaffirmation that something exists that can help, have been very important.”
“I have read about mindfulness, been on retreats and tried to develop these practices but I have never been taught how to do these techniques before. This course has offered a well structured, well taught programme with plenty of handouts to really enable me to learn the mindfulness techniques.”
“For there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”