Time For The Mind
Workforce Wellbeing

Prioritise the mental wellness of your people

“We spend more time working than anything else and yet we are the least happy of our lives” Mindfulness Initiative

Mindfulness can help create a happy, relaxed and productive workforce. It can help reduce sickness and improve staff engagement.

Work-related stress is a major problem and the biggest cause of sickness in the UK. In the last 10 years sick days lost to stress, depression and anxiety have increased by 24%.

More pointedly, post pandemic levels of stress and burnout in the workforce is increasingly dramatically, as are feelings of isolation, disruption and mental un-wellness. With the busy-ness of our work lives and shifts towards flexible and hybrid working patterns, the ability to remain grounded, and to be fully present, becomes ever more challenging.

Don’t let unsupported employee mental health let your business down.



The positive benefits of mindfulness at work

“Looking after mental health in business is simply good business and the right thing to do” Mark Henick, CEO of Strategic Mental Health Solutions

Offering high quality, long lasting life skills for mental wellness and resilience at work and home is the way to actively look after your business and your employees or community.

Scientific research suggests that mindfulness training has positive effects in many areas of work and life:

  • Managing stress effectively, maintaining mental well-being
  • Greater concentration, ability to manage tasks and make decisions
  • Improving relationships, empathy skills
  • Reduced irritation, anger & frustration
  • Increased confidence & self-esteem
  • Less emotional exhaustion
  • Better work – life balance
  • Greater positive outlook
  • Enhances creativity & innovation
  • Builds community
  • Develops a sustainable business


Mindfulness for you and your team

An effective way to show progessive leadership and commitment to the mental wellness of your workforce or community

Whether you work in high pressured and demanding environment or not, weather you’re a CEO, head of HR or an intern, you can access mindfulness. It is available to everyone given a little time and focus.

And it can make a very real difference to your feelings of positivity and wellbeing quickly.

Mindfulness training teaches you a variety of skills, and gives you the ability to apply the theory and practice in real life. This style of learning deepens your understanding and creates new habits which positively impact you and your team around you.

I offer mindfulness training for individuals and groups/teams, both in person and by zoom.



What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is a robust, evidence backed training of the mind that can help reduce sickness and improve staff engagement.

“Mindfulness means paying attention to what’s going on in the mind, body and environment in any given moment moment, with an attitude of curiosity and kindness” Adapted Jon Kabat-Zinn


“Mindfulness is a way of paying attention, staying present and responding skilfully to what’s happening in our lives. It helps people manage their thoughts, feelings, behaviours and relationships with awareness and compassion, leading to greater well-being and appreciation, as well as more choice in how to meet difficulties.”

Mindfulness Sussex

“Mindfulness is a therapeutic technique that can help you manage and prevent feelings of depression, stress, anxiety, or discontent. It enables anyone who practices it to live a more attentive, appreciative and vibrant life.”

Oxford Mindfulness Centre