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Building the Case for Mindfulness Training featured in Newsletter Resources


In our Late Summer 2017 newsletter we highlighted a report about the importance of empathy as a tool for managers and a resource to help build the business case for mindfulness training in the workplace:

Empathy in the Workplace – A Tool for Effective Leadership

A report by the American Center for Creative Leadership looks at why the tool of empathy is one managers may want to add to their skill set.

Building the Case for Mindfulness in the Workplace

Mindfulness Initiative’s volunteer Private Sector Working Group produced their “Building the Case for Mindfulness in the Workplace” report at the end of last year which helps address the challenges and supports the recommendations outlined in the  Mindful Nation UK (October 2015) Report.

“It is primarily intended as a resource for those developing a business case for mindfulness training within their own organisation. It provides an updated summary of the research evidence, narrative rationales addressing different organisational needs, case studies, and a range of toolkits to help with programme planning, implementation and evaluation.”

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