Mindfulness in a Work Culture

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What would this look like in a school or business environment? This is what you might see in a culture that encourages and develops a practice of being present:

  • The organization develops mindful leaders who practice every day.
  • At the beginning of each day, all employees in the organization take some time to meditate before they start their work.
  • Teams take a few minutes before each meeting to quiet their minds through meditation, in order to be prepared to be fully present during the meeting.
  • Employees are encouraged to take time to practice throughout the day.
  • Employees have the opportunity to be part of a group that practices meditation together.
  • Employees are simply welcomed to participate in meditation opportunities; it is not forced.
  • A mindful culture is recognized as a healthy opportunity for personal and professional development.
  • All employees respect and encourage their colleagues to practice mediation even if they decide not to participate.
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2 thoughts on “Mindfulness in a Work Culture

    KBT said:
    March 25, 2015 at 4:56 am

    Mindfulness in the workplace would be an incredible addition! I have to ask- I found your site in my special needs reader feed and I did an internship at the LABB school just outside of Boston in 1996 as an Occupational Therapy student with Gina. Is this LABBB one in the same?

      Patric Barbieri responded:
      March 26, 2015 at 12:06 pm

      What town did you do your internship? The LABBB districts include: Lexington, Arlington, Burlington, Bedford, and Belmont so if it was one of those towns you definitely did. Where you from Tufts?

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