Corporations consist of individuals; with mindfulness & meditation they can contribute to changing the world for the better.
From our experience in the corporate world, due to work and peer pressure, a gap can appear between professional and personal lives: we become one person at work, another at home. This is true for CEO’s and senior management, as it is throughout the corporate world. If emotional and inner needs are unacknowledged, it can lead to unhappiness, a lack of fulfillment, or breakdown and isolation.
It is essential that we balance and meet all aspects of our being so that the corporate climate reflects our internal climate.
The primary tools we use are Inner Conscious Relaxation (ICR), Silent Space (mindfulness & meditation), Breath Awareness, and Dialogue. Bringing these methods into the workplace decreases the amount of stress experienced and clears the mind; increases focus and concentration; enhances compassion for self and others; and develops new ways to solve problems. In this way we can transform resistant or non-productive attitudes; increase listening and communication skills; encourage team cooperation; and enhance productivity and creativity. Stress affects workday absenteeism: better health means greater efficiency and a happier workforce.
- Have access to greater physical and psychological energy levels, and respond to situations positively without stress, fear, panic or overwhelm
- Increase efficiency and concentration, creative resources, and find new solutions to old problems
- Clarify personal direction and purpose
- Enhance listening skills, improve interpersonal communication, have greater insight and the ability to convey it through clearer communication
- Create an inner spaciousness and greater capacity to see the bigger picture, without prejudice or confusion
“The most powerful force in business isn’t greed, fear or even the raw energy of unbridled competition. The most powerful force in business is love. It is what will help your company grow and become stronger. It is what will propel your career forward. It is what will give you a sense of meaning and satisfaction in your work, which will help you do your best work.” – Tim Sanders, Senior Management, Yahoo.com