Anna Black

Mindfulness @ Work

Flourish in the workplace with mindfulness meditation. Work-related stress is an all-too-common part of modern life.The rise of digital media means that many people never really “switch off” from work and the culture of presenteeism causes us to spend more time at work than ever before. Many workers spend a lot of time either ruminating on past work stress or worrying about future work-related problems. By applying the principles of mindfulness — an ancient Buddhist practice — to our working lives, we can become aware of our habitual negative thoughts and behaviours and learn to recognise and manage the warning signs of stress. Anna Black suggests short and simple meditations that can be used throughout the working day to strengthen focus and concentration, enhance working relationships and improve empathy — all of which help you to perform well and keep calm at work, whatever your job. Anna's suggestions are applicable to both office-based workers and those who work from home and she covers a range of topics including working mindfully with others, paying mindful attention in meetings and using meditation to cope with stressful situations.
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  • kkursuncompartió una citahace 5 años
    Let go of measuring how you are improving (or not) and through practicing watching the breath and “being with the itch”, we learn PATIENCE and the ability to stay.
  • kkursuncompartió una citahace 5 años
    As Jon Kabat-Zinn often says, you want to weave your parachute before you need it.
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    stress reaction even though the threat is long past its sell-by date

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