Many Fortune 500 organizations are investing in corporate meditation and mindfulness wellness programs for their employees, due to the many scientifically proven benefits.
This includes companies such as Google, Apple, Nike, Goldman Sachs, General Mills, HBO, Procter & Gamble, and Sony. In almost any industry you see key players, big and small, consistently investing in corporate wellness.
In this page, you will learn how meditation and mindfulness programs can transform your business, and learn about the modalities of training that I offer.
The Benefits of Corporate Mindfulness
Corporate Wellness has been trending for a reason: investing in the physical and mental health of your employees pays back big time.
In fact, a research done with Australian businesses showed that every dollar spent supporting staff with mental health issues yields a 230% return in improved productivity.
Among others, here are the main benefits that companies reap when they invest in Meditation and Mindfulness reap:
- Improves employee health, leading to fewer sick leaves, reduced absenteeism, and reduced healthcare costs.
- Increases focus, memory, creativity
andclarity of thought.
- Increases employee morale and psychological well-being in the workplace, leading to higher engagement and job satisfaction.
- Reduces mental health conditions that affect productivity and interpersonal relationships at work, such as anxiety and depression.
- Improves emotional intelligence and communication skills, which leads to greater office harmony and team focus.
- Reduces staff turnover (employees who aren’t coping well with stress at work are more likely to leave).
Meditation and mindfulness help achieve those goals by teaching employees tools of self-awareness and self-regulation. As a result, employees learn how to reduce stress, sharpen
Corporate Meditation Programs
Depending on the needs of your company, the training can focus on any of the four areas below (or include a blended delivery):
- Anxiety Management
- Stress and Resilience
- Focus and Performance
- Health and Wellness
Most businesses are unaware that there are many different forms of meditation. Most meditation teachers and training providers teach only one or two styles of meditation—usually mindfulness,
Yet there are many different types of meditation. While they all share several common benefits, different practices are better suited for different needs and work environments.
In my two decades as a meditation practitioner, and several years as a teacher, I have been trained in and taught multiple styles of meditation. That is also the unique approach of my best-selling book, Practical Meditation. (Learn more about my background here.)
The methodology that I have developed when teaching is called The Three Pillars of Meditation:
When designing a training session or program for your company, I will leverage
The training can take any of these forms:
- Keynote Speaking
- Group Classes
- Workshops (half day/full day)
- Individual Coaching
- Home Study Courses
In all of these formats, the participants will learn: (a) practical meditation techniques that they can easily follow; (b) how to turn meditation into a daily habit, for maximum benefit; (c) how to apply the skills of meditation to their work life and personal life.
Contact me below to discuss how we can implement corporate meditation and mindfulness solutions tailored to your business. I’m based in Sydney, Australia, but am available for international events.