‘It’s important to train your mind like you train your biceps in the gym.’
David Creswell PhD, Associate Professor, Director of Health and Human Performance, Carnegie Mellon University
In this next chapter we are going to take a look at a mindful approach to sustained well-being at work. We will consider how stress is impacting our working environment, the consequences of this and how mindfulness can not only help relieve stress in the short term, but also then translate into long-term benefits for optimum performance for you and your business.
Year on year, businesses continue to incur significant financial costs due to workplace stress and high rates of employee burnout. According to the Health and Safety ...