In this seminar we introduce the principles of mindfulness and explain how mindful working can help boost efficiency, performance and work satisfaction. We combine mindfulness techniques from Eastern Philosophy with time management techniques from Western psychology. The practices we teach on this course will help delegates feel less ‘busy’ and more productive.
This is either a 3-hour or 1-day workshop, delivered in-person or online.
Who should attend?
Anyone who’d like to apply the principles of mindful working for higher performance and greater fulfilment at work.
By the end of this course participants will be able to:
- Explain what mindfulness is and how it can be applied at work
- Identify Flow moments – when individuals are most productive at work
- Minimise and manage interruptions to stay in Flow for longer
- Apply simple effective techniques for goal setting, planning and prioritising tasks
- What is mindfulness?
- How to practice simple mindfulness techniques during the working day for greater focus and productivity
- Being in a mindful state at work – how to identify your Flow moments
- Managing interruptions for greater productivity
- Being mindful about what you work on
- Shaping your job objectives
- The Eisenhower/Time Management Matrix
- Birkinshaw and Cohen’s technique for identifying low-value tasks.
You'll work away with tips and techniques for greater focus and greater satisfaction at work.
Matthew Critchlow, PhD, Managing Director of Kirros & Visiting Lecturer at the University of Westminster.
This course was developed in collaboration with Lindsay Comalie, Strategic People Partner,Learning & Development Consultant at Imperial College London.