Mindfulness for Organizations
Most organizations recognize they have some need for increased communication and participation within their teams. The workplace is the place for a professional, get things done attitude; but sometimes that attitude can be thrown for a loop by all the other things going on in our lives, such as, disagreements with co-workers and leadership, and the general stress of trying to be everything to everybody. Mindfulness in the workplace can support employees in the need to see everything clearly that is going on in the present moment. Why is this important? Well, as we are working on long-term projects and goals, we still have to be able to communicate clearly, both in person and via email. This means, no, 'replying to all' to an email on which you were blind copied or blowing up at your staff over a misstep that you don’t even fully understand.
And these examples are just the tip of the iceberg if you happen to work in an organization that works with people dealing with any kind of trauma, such as public offices, schools, hospitals and clinics, and nonprofit organizations. In these situations, it is very important to ensure that a staff with a tendency toward burnout is provided with the tools to emotionally support themselves when faced with hard situations or angry people day in and day out.
If your group could benefit from clearer thinking; being more present in meetings, conversations with clients, and daily actions; the ability to listen compassionately, but not take on others pain; or the ability to emotionally let go of their own stress then this program is for them!
Local Programs: Missoula and Southwest Montana
All Local Mindfulness Trainings: include six (6) week on-site course two (2) hours / week
Local Programs are ready! Contact Christine with questions or to sign up now!
Far and Wide Programs
On-site and distance or online programs can be scheduled by contacting Christine.
Are you looking for something not listed? You are interested, but need a different format or timing? Contact me with questions and specifics. I'd love to work with you, if possible! When you contact me, tell me about yourself, your organization, and your needs. I'm happy to schedule a phone call to discuss possibilities.