Introduction to Mindfulness: How the Science and Practice of Awareness Supports Well-Being and Performance

Date: 

Tuesday, April 3, 2018, 10:00am to 11:00pm

Location: 

114 Mt Auburn Street, 4th floor, Conference room 406

This program introduces the basic principles and practices of mindfulness, a concentrated state of awareness that helps people see and respond to situations with clarity. Individuals who employ the techniques of mindfulness in their work are able to monitor moment-to-moment effectiveness, respond promptly and appropriately to difficulties as they arise, and remain open to new ideas and perspectives. Participants will be introduced to meditation practices that will teach them how to be more focused, creative and resilient in all aspects of their lives.

Audience: Beginners – all, Pre-Requisite: None, Length: 60 minutes. To register, go here.

Mindfulness at Work is a series of courses and programs that range from one-hour introductions to in-depth multi-week long courses to topic-focused sessions to managers-only programs. Available to benefits-eligible faculty and staff, these courses and programs are designed to bring the benefits of mindfulness to people in all corners of the university. To learn more, go here.