Mindfulness at Work (1/17)

Mindfulness at Work
facilitated by Raymond Torrenti, Ph.D.
January 17, 2019
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Griffin 3
Registration required, register below.

This three-hour presentation introduces the practice of mindfulness and explores practical applications in the workplace. Mindfulness is the non-judgmental, moment to moment, awareness of the present moment. Mindfulness encompasses your ability to deepen self-awareness and be fully present to others. It enables you to initiate change or creatively meet the need for change with mindful planning and decision making. Studies show that stress is the number one issue in the workplace. Mindfulness addresses our responses to stress and fosters focus, clarity, creativity, and compassion in the workplace.

Topics to be covered:

  • Learn the core concept of mindfulness
  • Distinguish meditation from practice
  • Evidence-based benefits of mindfulness
  • Non-judgment, Non-attachment
  • Apply mindfulness in the workplace
  • Purposeful pauses for better self-care
  • Effective mindful presence with others

Completing the program, participants should be able to:

  • Know how to practice mindfulness
  • Increase mindfulness practice at work
  • Increase self-awareness
  • Know effective responses to stress
  • Practice purposeful pauses
  • Increase mindful presence with coworkers
  • Understand key health benefits of mindfulness

About the Facilitator

Raymond Torrenti, Ph.D.

Raymond Torrenti, Ph.D., is a soul coach, consultant, presenter, and author. He was educated at Boston University and Weston School of Theology. He is recognized for his work in clinical psychology, spiritual development, life coaching, and business management. In his coaching business, he works with individuals and groups in the areas of personal growth, professional development, and spiritual awakening, offering programs on living mindful, authentic lives.