The Three Pillars of Mindfulness Training - Mindful Wellbeing - Evidence-Based Results for Today
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The Three Pillars of Mindfulness Training

All workshops and programs are focused on 3 pillars of training – Attention Awareness Action

1. Attention

The training of attention as the quality of our attention affects the quality of our work, our relationships and our life.

2. Awareness

The training of our attention increases awareness of our patterns of thinking and emotional reactivity and we engage in effective and practical methods to work more skilfully with these patterns

3. Action

Strengthening attention and awareness leads to more skilful action – in line with values. We develop skilful habits – sustainable ways of living, relating and working – that lead to efficient and creative people and workplaces and underpin good leadership and management.

The five-week program and 1:1 coaching cover the following topics:

  • Week 1 – Focus and Presence
  • Week 2 – Perception and Appraisal
  • Week 3 – Physiology and Psychology of Stress
  • Week 4 – Emotional Regulation
  • Week 5 – Cognitive Flexibility

Outcomes

Mindfulness training teaches us foundational skills to:

  • Enhance mental fitness and clarity
  • Develop agile and adaptive mindsets
  • Reduce stress responses
  • Increase resilience
  • Improve access to creativity
  • Develop greater self-awareness
  • Enhance emotion regulation and mastery
  • Improve communication skills
  • Develop better decision-making skills
  • Increase engagement and team effectiveness
  • Experience greater overall wellbeing

Bottom Line

As you build the skills of mindfulness, you will become less stressed, less overwhelmed and less distracted. As you increase your mindful presence you will become more focused, engaged and make better decisions. This increases efficiency, productivity as well as making you more available to receive creative ideas and insights. You will also increase your capacity to connect with other people and respond in wiser ways to everyday events as well as significant challenges, upsets and difficult relationships. 

Assessment and feedback

Before and after a program a number of mindfulness survey assessments tools can be used, for example the Mindfulness Attention Awareness Scale (MAAS), the Five Facets of Mindfulness and the Mindfulness at Work survey.  Post-program feedback surveys are also conducted.