Reduce Stress and Fatigue, Increase Efficiency, Save Money!
Burnout and inner resignation is undoubtedly one of many companies’ gravest threats.
It often exert a negative ripple effect within an organization. Lack in work performance, sloppiness, lateness etc. are only a few examples. In many ways, inner resignation in the workplace is worse than physical resignation.
See how companies can avoid it and secretly boost creativity and efficiency!
You have to Turn It Off, in order to turn it back on when it Matters Most!
Here are 5 astounding benefits of our mindfulness training, which is now called the new science of success.
- Improved Physical Health. There are myriad physical benefits to practicing mindfulness.
- Reduced Stress. You can practice mindfulness by meditation, or through other soothing, conscious practices like yoga.
- Depression. We seem to be in an epidemic of depression in the 21st century.
- Faster Recovery from mental and physical strain.
- More Effective Focus when working on important tasks.
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We’re here to help you create a better working environment throughout the workspace.
Through our mindfulness training, we can help affect your employees physical and mental health, which in turn increases their efficiency and ability to complete tasks in a timely matter.
Companies like Google have brought innovative mindsets to this dilemma with amazing results.
Google “nails rest” by looking back to ancient Eastern practices, and so do we!
Elevate your “game” by increasing Peak Performance time of your employees.
- It doesn’t take a lot of wisdom to realize that constant pressure and stressful goals; this style of work, stress without rest, is unsustainable for humans to stay healthy, motivated and inspired.
Many passionate employees observe that while they have no problem “turning it on,” they struggle mightily to “turn it off.”
- Taking short breaks, let alone disconnecting from work in the evenings and on weekends, is challenging if not impossible.
- Employees struggle to rest; the pace and thrill of modern work expectations makes it hard to do.
What should be done?
- Engage your employees into balancing their high-performance times with according rest and recharging periods. This can be done at work and from home.
- Avoid fatigues and long recovery times of employees and managers with our coaching of mindfulness, the new science of success.
- Help your managers and employees avoid nervous breakdowns, or overreacting caused by ignoring inner stress processes for to long.
Receive expert advice on how to improve your companies workspace to engage employees with a relaxed “let’s tackle it” attitude.
Benefits of engaging employees into mindfulness:
They can feel calmer, clear-headed, and more focused to accomplish the project at hand.
They are able to unplug at the end of the day and even detach enough so that weekends and vacations became truly rejuvenating.
Creativity and the Brain at Rest.
It turns out that meditation and other restful practices don’t just help workers disconnect, they may boost innovation, too.
Google has seen amazing improvement about helping their employees to ‘Mindfulness’, and it wasn’t long before courses showed marked improvement in their employees production.
Google’s leadership team couldn’t help but notice the benefits of so called ‘Self Care’, and neither can you.
Their employees were healthier, happier, and more productive.
They created an environment in their company, teaching mindfulness meditation even starting with a new department, called Personal Growth.
Thrive with Mindfulness, the New Science of Success
Who should hire our consultants?
KYFH Mindfulness Courses are perfect for companies who want to:
Boost their company’s human resources and thrive. No matter what size the company is!
Reduce stress, anxiety and conflict, and increase endurance and emotional intelligence, while improving communication in the workplace.
Provide a type of training for employees that can help them be more engaged, resilient, and self-aware. Our mindfulness training can improve focus and decision-making skills. It can help bring out innovative ideas and creativity. It can lead to fewer absences if people are able to better manage stress.
How does this work in my company?
Since every company has different work environments and needs, we highly recommend to schedule a free consultation with us, so we can get an accurate overview of your goals and advise you best.
How much does it cost?
We will discuss your budget and create a coaching and practice plan accordingly. We found, even with limited budget due to improved communication skills, performance can increase and the overall vibe in the company has a chance to lighten up.
Remember how much money you spend on fixing mistakes, missing deadlines, employees are discouraged or calling in sick.
Where should the coaching and practice be done?
Since Covid 19 we are way more flexible. Classes or coaching doesn’t have to be done only at work anymore. We are now able to engage with people online from their preferred location. Be it from the comfort of their homes or from the office, both ways are working well.
Many of the most prestigious scientific research institutions and organizations such as Stanford and USC, are run by leading mindfulness experts.
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General Mills, the food company behind products such as Old El Paso, Häagen-Dazs and Cheerios, have welcomed the mindfulness revolution and seen their company grow as a result. This is a review of their 7-week mindfulness and meditation program: 83% of participants said they took time every day to optimize their productivity, up 23% from before the course, 80% of senior executives reported that they had improved their decision-making process after the course, and 89% said they had become better listeners. (Gelles, 2013). In 2011, the Leadership Excellence Magazine ranked General Mills the best for developing leaders in 2011, up from 14th in 2010.
Intel is a company that battles with stress. Lindsey Van Driel commented: “Across the board, every single person we talk to (at Intel) experiences stress (…) if they weren’t stressed it would mean they’re not working hard enough” (Intel, 2013). However, inspired by Chade Meng Tan’s initiatives at Google, Van Driel decided to do something about it. Today, thousands of Intel employees have participated in the Awake@Intel programme, which includes yoga and mindfulness practices. Similarly to Google, many of the participants were hard-core scientists, initially reporting skepticism towards the benefits of the course. However, after the course the participants reported improved creativity, well-being and focus, decreased levels of stress and stronger enthusiasm in projects and meetings.
Aetna is a medical insurance company and one of the 100 largest firms in the U.S. by revenue. After a near-fatal accident, 58-year old CEO Mark T. Bertolini decided to drastically transform his company. His measures included a 33% salary increase for the lowest paid employees, and the establishment of free yoga and meditation classes. These measures have had a huge impact: after the first year, the company reported a whopping $9 million saving in health care costs! Moreover, the employee who participated in the classes reported a 28% decrease in stress levels and an increase in productivity levels. These improvements were estimated to be adding a value of circa $3,000/employee a year (Gelles, 2015)
Perhaps the most surprising name on the list, the investment bank Goldman Sachs is now warming towards mindfulness practices. Although maybe not fully widespread in the firm (yet), the firm does use mindfulness in wellbeing seminars and also promotes the use of the meditation app Headspace. Sally Boyle, head of human capital management at Goldman, comments: “In years to come we’ll be talking about mindfulness as we talk about exercise now” (in Agnew, 2014).
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