About the Course
Mindfulness at Work is an experiential course designed to teach core mindfulness skills while also exploring specific applications to the workplace setting. The course explores key mindfulness traits and how they relate to essential workplace skills, such as presence, emotional regulation, resilience, cognitive flexibility, and communication, all of which are critical skills for thriving at work. By exploring these topics from the perspective of the workplace, participants will gain an understanding of how to apply evidence-based techniques to help them succeed on the job. This course is 6 weeks in length, with weekly course work taking 30-45 minutes per week to complete, and formal home practice of 10 minutes per day.
Prior to registration, please review the orientation for this class.
This course is approved by the National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching for 4.5 continuing education units (CEP # 100057). If you would like to participate in this course for NBHWC continuing education units, please select "add this option" onto your registration.
University of Minnesota Wellbeing Program
The course fee for this community class is $199. Through the University's Wellbeing Program, UMN employees and spouses can receive 150 wellbeing points. To indicate that you are taking the course for wellbeing points, please make sure to fill out questionnaire during registration that includes your employee ID, date of birth, and gender at birth. Learn more about other UMN Wellbeing Program offerings through the Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing.
This course is non-refundable. Exceptions to this policy are granted for extenuating circumstances. For more information, participants should reach out to the mindfulness programs office (email@example.com, 612-625-8164).
About the Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing
Mindfulness at Work is offered through the University of Minnesota's Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing. The Center's mission is to enrich health and wellbeing by providing exemplary education, conducting rigorous research, advancing integrative models of care, and delivering innovative solutions to organizations and communities. The Center defines spirituality in the context of purpose, meaning, and connectedness, and has no religious affiliation.
If you have questions regarding the Mindfulness at Work course, please contact Molly Buss, community relations program and event manager (612-625-8164, firstname.lastname@example.org).
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