Mindfulness training for improved mental and emotional agility, resilience and well-being.
We live in times of unprecedented change - this can cause a lot of uncertainty and stress. Mindfulness develops clarity; it fosters resilience and enables us to shift from merely surviving towards being able to thrive, even under the challenging circumstances.
Mindful awareness is about learning to pay attention, in the present moment, and without judgment. This reduces our tendency to work on autopilot, allowing us to choose how we respond & react. Mindfulness teaches us to respond calmly to situations and stressors, to recognize our unhealthy mental and emotional habits, to become more patient and tolerant, less judgemental and kinder to others and ourselves.
Mindfulness can help us understand better the relationship between our thoughts and how they make us feel about ourselves, about others and about life in general. Mindfulness can help with management of anxiety and depression, lack of confidence and excessive worry and stress.
MINDFUL at WORK well-being program for organisations.
This month-long challenge will give your people tools and strategies to manage stress and better cope with the cognitive overload; build greater resilience and mental and emotional agility, and find more focus, clarity and balance in their lives.
Would you like your people to be able to:
Get better at managing emotions?
Better manage stress?
Be more courageous and less anxious?
Have greater focus and clarity?
Improve relationships and develop empathy?
Have greater self-awareness?
Coming back to our senses - a simple mindfulness tool to help us become more present
I offer keynote presentations on variety of topics including: mindfulness, resilience, happiness, mindful leadership, change management, science of mindfulness etc. They can be bespoke designed to suit your particular needs.
My keynote presentations have been appreciated by staff at: Auckland Council, Sovereign, TVNZ, Tower Insurance, PwC, Uniservices, EMA Conference, , Law firms such as Russell McVeagh, Bell Gully and Chapman Tripp among others.
Mindfulness based Insight Coaching uses simple inquiry and the practice of mindfulness to challenge our habitual, compulsive thinking patterns which cause all of our distress and suffering. I have helped many clients deal better with anxiety, stress, uncertainty and change, and in the process improve their self-esteem and find a greater sense of well-being, clarity and inner-peace.