Talent is the only sustainable competitive advantage, and the best workforce wins. More effective leaders, a happier and more engaged workforce, and a safer, more inclusive, more positive
and productive workplace all lead to greater innovation, higher
quality, more sales, and happier customers.
Accessible, extra-affordable and designed for individuals and teams. Our flagship courses in mindful leadership and wellbeing start every other week, or you can schedule them as a dedicated training for your team of 10 or more.
Choose a standard course and tailor it, or build a custom course from scratch with our 60-minute modular topics. Courses can be delivered live online, live onsite, or blended - and include optional self-study and unlimited coaching.
We offer consistent standards of practice and rigorous certification programs for mindfulness teachers, executive coaches and consultants, who are helping their organizational clients with leadership, workforce and workplace challenges.
Science-based mindfulness is a path to greater human performance. It increases our physical, mental and emotional fitness - changes our relationship to fear, anxiety, distraction and negativity - sharpens our clarity, attention and engagement - and strengthens our self-awareness and interpersonal skills.
Mindfulness is a meta-skillset, and an important new competency for leaders and high-achievers throughout the workforce. It is, at once, a system of brain management, a conscious and intentional state of mind, and a neural training process with predictable and powerful outcomes.
Three decades of research and thousands of studies across neuroscience, biology, psychology, and medicine have proven that mindfulness practice results in an array of positive benefits in health and wellbeing, cognitive performance, and emotional intelligence.
These are critically important, as the velocity of change continues to outstrip the brain’s evolutionary ability to adapt. We’re working with a “behaviorally modern” brain, but evolution is measured in millions of years, while knowledge is growing on an exponential curve. In 1900, knowledge was doubling every 100 years. By the end of World War II, that rate had fallen to 25 years. Today, it’s every 13 hours.
The volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity in today’s society and workplace are producing serious new challenges for our physical and mental health. Understanding these forces, and how they’re processed in the brain and body, can help us overcome the pre-wired circuits that take us into harmful states of anxiety, distraction, and conflict.
Research in neuroscience has exploded over the past three decades, and our understanding of the brain is expanding at a rapid clip. We now know that the brain produces new neuronal cells, and changes in our networks and pathways, throughout our lives. We know that the mind can change the physical structure of the brain. And we know that many emotional states and immutable traits are actually trainable skills.
Mindfulness has become a daily training practice for the U.S. Olympics Team, the U.S. Navy Seals and Special Forces, the world’s top athletes and professional sports teams - and CEOs at 7 of the 10 most valuable companies in the world. Developing a durable practice takes focus, patience and time - but it is a remarkably effective path to higher performance and transformational change.