Program Details

Program Overview & Structure

This well-being program can be customized for 10 – 50 participants. It consists of 8-12 hours of curriculum delivered in multiple sessions on a progressive basis to ensure skill building and retention, or as needed by the client.  It’s frequently taught in two full or four half days and delivered onsite or at the UW–Madison campus.

Who will benefit?

Forward-thinking individuals, teams and organizations seeking to partner and explore evidence-based approaches to optimize their state of mind and well-being to adapt to challenges in complex work environments.

These anticipated benefits may vary based upon individual and organizational commitment to learning, adopting, and practicing the program’s techniques to cultivate mindfulness and well-being.

Program Components

Emotional Style

Six dimensions based on modern, neuroscientific research that characterize your specific brain signature.

Neuroscience

Understand neuroplasticity and how you can train your brain to change emotional responses.

Well-Being Practices

Learn and experience many evidence-based techniques and skills designed to cultivate well-being.

Create Healthy Habits

Strategies and practical tools to nurture individual well-being.

Potential Benefits to Individual Performance*
  • Improves focus and concentration
  • Enhances effectiveness in stressful situations
  • Strengthens skillful decision making
  • Increases ability to listen to others
  • Encourages greater compassion
  • Improves positive outlook
  • Increases resilience
Potential Benefits to the Organization*
  • Higher employee engagement
  • Improved customer satisfaction
  • Decreased absenteeism
  • Fewer worker compensation claims
  • Reduced turnover in both high and low turnover workplaces
  • Fewer safety accidents

*Benefits of Mindfulness at Work, Journal of Applied Psychology, 2013