According to a new study, we concentrate better and feel less stressed when we purposefully detach from work and enjoy a real break.
A senior leader with a global accounting firm credits mindfulness for helping her improve her capacity for emotional self-control. She also explains in detail how this change contributed to greater adaptability. Both are competencies of Emotional and Social Intelligence.
Releasing anger and frustration can actually help you regain control over a hectic day or win back productivity after feeling frazzled. But you have to do it in a mindful way.
This literature review on workplace applications of mindfulness includes evidence on mindfulness being used as a catalyst for strategic change, in addition to mindfulness being used in the workplace for wellbeing and stress reduction. The authors look in detail at the growing interest in mindfulness in organisational settings, including giving details of how seven organisations have used mindfulness techniques in different contexts and formats, with a focus on their outcomes and experiences.
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Analysis of this study data revealed a variety of improvements being attributed to mindfulness…