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Mindfulness in everyday life, feat. Neil Shepherd

Thu 12 Nov @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

This webinar will provide practical tools, techniques and actual experiences to understand how mindfulness and self-awareness can help in the workplace and in everyday life.

Mindfulness is our natural ability to be fully present. It’s the kind of engagement necessary if we want to bring all our capabilities to the moment. It’s a tool for increasing the strength and quality of our attention and assists us to stay focussed and clear minded rather than getting lost in distractions and stress. In the workplace and with the complex demands of the digital age, it gives us a way to organise, protect and make best use of our minds and prevent them from getting cluttered. Practicing mindfulness is a smart way of working and is also good for our health.

About our speaker

Neil is an experienced qualified Mindfulness Educator and Stress Management / Resilience Coach who loves making a difference. He has been actively practicing his mindfulness skills for over 20 years, making it an integral part of his life. Neil loves learning and growing and helping people develop skills in our exploding information age. He has trained with Dr Russ Harris in mindfulness-based ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and Dr Joe Dispenza on the neuroscience behind mindfulness and meditation, and is a qualified “Peaceful Kids” and “Peaceful Parents” facilitator. Neil founded Inner Synergy and works with individuals and groups to help build personal resilience and stress management skills. Coming from a corporate background, he understands corporate challenges, structures and cultures. Neil also has qualifications and experience in workplace training, business improvement, complex systems management and business intelligence.

Please register via the link below

Details

Date:
Thu 12 Nov
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Website:
https://actgov.webex.com/actgov/onstage/g.php?MTID=e4cd68fc6b02c70ab775b363b72883dd9

Organizer

Healthier Work
Phone:
02 6205 1079
Website:
www.healthierwork.act.gov.au