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Focus on the reality of the present moment, accept and acknowledge it without getting caught up in habitual thoughts or emotional reactions.

About mindfulness

Mindfulness training is an integral part of Buddhist meditation practices that have been developed, tested and successfully employed for more than 2500 years.
However, developing mindfulness and being mindful in ones daily activities does not require converting to Buddhism or embracing the whole of Buddhist teachings, as it makes use of general principles that go beyond any faith or belief system.

Mindfulness training aims at refining our attention and awareness, enabling us to stay focused even in situations of outer or inner turmoil, to observe the interplay of the multitude of influences that shape a given situation and to gain the inner space that allows making the most beneficial decisions.
Participants will benefit most from their mindfulness practice if they are able to keep an open mind to the possibility that not every situation we perceive is exactly as we think it is. Furthermore, a general acknowledgement of self-responsibility will be an advantage.

Mindfulness in the workplace

"In the information-rich contexts that characterize the worlds of executives today, the scarce resource is typically not information but the amount of mindful attention that decision makers allocate to making the information meaningful."
(Fiol & O’Conner, 2003, Hansen & Haas, 2001)

Recognising the challenge so aptly described above, our aim is to support decision makers in increasing their mindful attention, to be able to identify the right information and work with it in a flexible and innovative way. Join our courses to find out how!


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