Organised by the Mindfulness Initiative, this event is an opportunity to listen to and take part in a discussion with key mindfulness thinkers as they examine what’s next for mindfulness in the workplace.
One year after the Mindfulness All-Party Parliamentary Group (MAPPG) released its seminal Mindful Nation UK report, the Mindfulness Initiative invites you to join the launch event of its latest publication, ‘Building the case for mindfulness in the workplace’. The document is primarily intended as a resource for those developing a case for mindfulness training within their own organisation. It provides an updated summary of the research evidence, case studies and a range of toolkits to help with programme planning, implementation and evaluation.
The document has been developed by a volunteer working group convened by the Mindfulness Initiative and made up of leading workplace mindfulness trainers, researchers and representatives from private sector employers such as GE, BT, RBS, HSBC, GSK, EY, Jaguar Landrover and 18 Feet and Rising.
Who should attend?
The launch event is aimed at organisations at the beginning of their mindfulness journey as well as those with well-established programmes looking to embed a mindful approach into their culture; researchers interested in the topic; workplace mindfulness training providers; and mindfulness practitioners.
Featured speakers include:
Baron Stone of Blackheath, former Managing Director of M&S, Labour member of the House of Lords
Fleur Bothwick OBE, Director of Diversity and Inclusive Leadership EMEIA, EY
Karen Bowes, Vice President International HR and Sustainability, Capital One
Chris Tamdjidi, Managing Director Kalapa Academy
Dr Jutta Tobias, Lecturer Cranfield University School of Management
5.30pm: Arrival and networking drinks
6.30pm: Keynote speeches
7.00pm: Expert panel debate and audience Q&A
8.00pm: Interactive break-out groups
This event is free. Places are allocated on a first come first serve basis. To secure a place, please click 'Book now' at the top of this page.
For further information please email Leonie Schell firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Ernst & Young Office, 25 Churchill Place, London E14 5EY