On-Demand Webcast: Mindfulness at Work: An Introduction for HR Professionals


Date and Time

Starts:08/21/2018 8:00 AM

Ends:08/21/2056 8:00 AM

1 Hour Hour(s)

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HRPA Members:
Complimentary
Non-Members:
$65 + Taxes
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Mindfulness has become an increasingly popular topic in recent years – but it takes training to determine how to get the most out of a mindfulness practice in your organization.

Mindfulness is a way to improve employee well-being by decreasing stress in the workplace. Learning mindfulness enhances mental and emotional resilience by bringing focused attention to how we feel, think, and act.

In this program, you will learn how mindfulness can increase attention, awareness and resilience in the workplace. Gain highly effective mindfulness tools, skills and resources for HR professionals and their teams. Bring mindfulness expertise and experiential learning to your organization, and watch the dramatic positive impact on productivity, relationships and wellness.

 

Learning objectives:

  • Proven techniques to improve well-being and reduce stress
  • How to practice mindfulness with feedback and guidance
  • Develop resources to help you feel more alive in everyday life
  • Participate in an open forum to ask questions about mindfulness meditation and practices

 

Who should attend?

HR Professionals interested in learning and experiencing the benefits of mindfulness.

Speaker bio(s)
Patricia Rockman, Director of Education & Clinical Services

Patricia Rockman is an associate professor with the University of Toronto, department of family and community medicine; cross appointed to psychiatry. She is the past chair of the Ontario College of Family Physicians Collaborative Mental Health Network. She is a medical psychotherapist and leads MBCT groups. She has been educating healthcare providers in stress reduction, CBT and mindfulness-based practices for over 20 years. She is a founder and the Director of Education and Clinical Services at the Centre for Mindfulness Studies and the developer of the MBCT Core Facilitation Certificate Program.