Why The Need For Mindfulness-In-Action Now?
“Employers that do not view team members as their most valuable resource may not stay in business in the future economy”
The Global Wellness Institute
In the last 30 years, humanity has been transforming at an ever-increasing rate.
“We predict that this forthcoming economic age [the wisdom economy] will bring fundamental shifts in work as we know it, as well as the relationship between wellness and work. In the future economy, people and organisations will thrive on unique human traits that cannot be replicated by machines: creativity, intuition, collaboration, self-reflection, and altruism, among others. People and organisations will be increasingly motivated by the desire to solve global challenges and to bring greater wellbeing to people and the planet. Indeed, as work evolves alongside the emerging wisdom economy, it could become a place or activity where people go not only to make a living, but also to seek their own personal wellness” The Global Wellness Institute
Are You Prepared?
AT EMBODIED PERFORMANCE COACHING WE ARE ACTIVELY PREPARING TEAMS AND
ORGANISATIONS TO THRIVE IN THE WISDOM AGE —
WHERE INDIVIDUALS AND TEAMS PURPOSEFULLY
CHOOSE TO SHOW UP WITH CLARITY, PRESENCE AND
COMPOSURE. AFTER ALL LASTING SUCCESS IN ANY ENDEAVOUR IS, AN INSIDE JOB!
Right now all across the world ‘unwellness at work’ is reaching epidemic proportions and it’s incredibly costly
It is undeniable that for companies to remain competitive in the future, they must adopt a culture of wellness as primary and not the exception. This is especially true if a company wants to attract and retain exceptional talent.
Increasingly forward thinking companies are beginning to realise that doing right by their employees and the community is good business. In fact in the future, it is likely that governments will become more aggressive about mandating wellness, including in the workplace. In our experience the healthiest workplaces in the future will be those that become destinations where people go to improve their own wellness.
We help achieve this aim, by offering an inner wellness program The Mindfulness-in-Action Experience, that will teach your team how to flourish both inside and outside of work.
The world’s 3.2 billion workers are increasingly unwell
Why are people simply not coping with stress and strain at work?
The reality is, organisations may teach people how to do their jobs, but they don’t show them how to manage the stress they will be placed under. As such, people are left to their own to figure out how to manage unhelpful body sensations, thoughts, feelings, emotions and stress they encounter.
The Mindfulness-in-Action experience offered by Embodied Performance Coaching teaches individuals and teams inner fitness strategies to manage their relationship with stress, and how to change their relationship with unhelpful thoughts and emotions. The outcome is the ability to purposefully show up with clarity, presence and composure.
Through applying the Mindfulness-in-Action Model, we explore with participants four, but interrelated competencies of mindful-embodied fitness. This is accomplished by taking participants through either a virtual or in-person experiential workshop. Throughout the workshop we explore both the research behind the Mindfulness-in-Action model, and the tools of ’embodied fitness’ by asking participants to actively engage with the experience first hand. In other words, each participants learn the importance of the embodied fitness skills we teach by doing experiencing them first hand.
Undoubtedly this is one of the key differentiators of the Mindfulness-in-Action approach. We focus on ensuring that participants are engaged mind, body and spirit throughout the entire workshop experience. We achieve this by introducing, and coaching participants through an accessible series of embodied based experiences, which includes breath work. As such, we coach participants how to actively ‘embody’ the inner fitness tools being taught in real time.
“For the things we have to learn before we can do them,
we learn by doing them.”