A new organization, Mindku, has recently launched to help businesses of all sizes foster a strong company culture through mindful leadership and micro-practices rooted in neuroscience.
More details can be found at https://www.mindku.com
Recent research shows that 80 percent of workers would consider quitting their current job for one that offers more focus on mental health and that 4 in 5 employees feel emotionally drained from their work, an early sign of burnout. With the world still going through a global pandemic, times are more stressful than ever and mental health has become a crucial concern.
Right now, leaders must ask the important questions…How are members of my team really coping? How can I support them?
“A focus on work-life balance has also never been more relevant for employee retention,” says Mindku CEO, Lauralee Guthrie. “The skills gained from our program and tools build strong, energized and resilient teams. Individuals will then take those health and wellness benefits home to their families and into their personal lives. It’s a win-win,” she adds.
Mindku’s Coaches lead team members through a progressive science-based corporate meditation and mindful leadership program that fits seamlessly into a regular work week. This integrated solution includes a variety of approaches and micro-practices in the following areas:
1) Stress Reduction and Wellness – Connect with the breath and the body to increase awareness and improve mental health. Align with what matters.
2) Productivity – Improve focus, goal setting, prioritization, and overall vision. Increase intrinsic motivation within individuals and the team.
3) Resilience and Adaptability – Develop empathy and self-regulation. Improve authentic communication and conflict management skills.
4) and Leadership – Evolve your skillset to use time and energy effectively to influence your team with presence, purpose and vulnerability.
For limited-time, A Free Live Stress Reduction session is available for your team. Learn more at https://www.mindku.com.
Mental Health for Remote Workforce Survey, TELUS International 2020
Mind the Workplace Report: 2021, Mental Health America (MHA)
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