Mindfulness training to reduce workplace stress
and improve productivity
Latest training outcomes: Stress down 54% – Productivity up 55% – Happiness up 58%
Wellbeing is at the heart of successful business.
We combine 30 years experience of business development,
with decades of mindfulness practice and teaching.
Our ‘short & often’ training model, using e-learning and webinars, makes the training accessible and flexible, ensuring high engagement and great results.
By reducing sickness leave, presenteeism and staff turnover, you’ll see over 3x return on investment.
Watch this 2½ minute video about the training:
LATEST NEWS: Our app, Five to Nine, is launching in January
It gives a one minute mindfulness tip each day.
See how you can offer this to your employees
“Most trainees are managing stressful scenarios much better, and motivation is tangibly better. There’s a real buzz in the services, with those who’ve been trained informally helping others. It’s made a significant difference already.”
Head of Safety, Health, and Wellbeing
Action for Children
“Simon trained 14 of our senior lawyers and managers. We saw productivity and chargeable time increase by around 20%, contributing to our most profitable quarter yet. It was fantastic value, and it’s helped us create a happier workplace.”
Paul Clayton HR Director
Capital Law and Capital People
Helping employees manage work-related stress
Stress now accounts for 49% of sickness leave (HSE 2017). It is a major contributor to presenteeism and staff turnover, and costs £1911 pp pa (Deloitte 2017).
Mindfulness-based interventions have a great success rate, but there are barriers to its adoption.
We’ve overcome those barriers, with training that is:
- based on a ‘little and often’ approach (no time barrier)
- in plain English and business language (no fluffiness!)
- online with webinars (never miss a class, accessible 24/7)
- workplace focused (relevant)
How we adapt the training for you
We have a menu of training that’s adaptable to fit your needs.
We start by scoping your employees’ stress points, and the best fit for content and delivery.
- start with a Taster course
- proceed to in-depth training for those who want it, and
- then find way to keep it going
- or see the Five to Nine app as anentry point
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