Juliet is a Fellow of CIPD, specialising in learning design and development.
She has more than 20 years' experience working as a consultant, designing and delivering dynamic development programmes for the police, local authorities, NHS, banking and investment organisations.
She is increasingly involved in bringing mindfulness to the world of work. Juliet is founder of Mindfulnet.org, a leading web-based mindfulness information resource, and organiser of the Mindfulness at Work conferences in 2012, 2014 and 2015.
She is author of five books on workplace mindfulness, mindful leadership, intention and mindful resilience. Juliet has contributed to parliamentary recommendations on mindfulness at work, been interviewed by the BBC and UK national press. She is a regular commentator on all things mindful, speaking at major conferences in the UK, China, and USA.
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When people talk about mindfulness they often think that it’s just about relaxation, but there is far more to it than that. Unlike many management and leadership training programmes, mindfulness training has an impressive evidence base of more than 5,000 research studies gathered over a 40-year period.
It’s used by the US and UK military, police forces and major corporations to improve focus and attention. It combines psychological education to help you understand and manage your mind, with meditation based exercises that help you to change the way you respond to life’s challenges. An added bonus is that many people find it calming and relaxing too!
In this short, practical session you will find out what mindfulness is, how it works and how you can develop it further. You will have the opportunity to give it a try, and some time to get your questions answered.
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