Uncertainty and instability are the norm in today's work environment. This unpredictability can lead to an increased level of discomfort and stress for employees and managers as they try to accomplish their day-to-day objectives and achieve their professional goals.
Many organisations run well being programmes as well as providing workshops and information on stopping smoking and weight loss, etc. However, more emphasis must be placed on how the mind and our thoughts contribute to our discomfort and stress. So it is important that people learn how to increase subjective well being (happiness) alongside stress reduction.
By using the well established principles and techniques of either, or a combination of, Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Positive Psychology Coaching employees and managers can interrupt their self-defeating and irrational thoughts and become more focused on their job responsibilities. They will become better able to cope and manage the bombardment of information, accept change in a more realistic and healthy manner, and realise greater fulfilment in both their professional and personal lives.
Mindfulness is described by the Chief Executive of the Mental Health Foundation in their report of 2010 as a 'potentially life changing approach'.
Mindfulness can be used to help alleviate stress, improve work satisfaction, productivity, and the quality of one's life.
Stress Reduction and Subjective Well Being programmes can be used effectively in small groups or in one to one sessions.
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