Training & Mentoring for Business Efficiency & Employee Wellbeing

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Maureen O’Callaghan Training and Mentoring is pleased to offer a 10% discount to other Chamber members

Workplace mindfulness is possible not only for individuals, but within and across teams of people.  This means that mindfulness is a multi-level concept, associated with benefits for individual employees as well as for organisations as a whole, and it can be trained through personal, relational and social practices in addition to meditation and contemplation. 

When mindfulness becomes a shared social practice in an organisation and permeates routines, processes and practices between people and across teams, then the organisation as a whole becomes more resilient and performs for sustainability. 

Maureen O’Callaghan delivers a range of bespoke on and off-line learning and development services designed to:

  • Improve wellbeing and resilience
  • Improved relationships including improved collaboration
  • Enhance performance
  • Better leadership
  • Improved decision making
  • Enhanced creativity and innovation
  • Organisational transformation via collective mindfulness

The impact of the learning and development services connect the human benefits of with the business world:

  • Financial impact (operations, numbers e.g. reduction in sick days)
  • Human impact (wellbeing, stress, level of engagement, happiness of staff)
  • Mental capital impact (cognitive agility, creativity, inspiration)
  • Social impact (relationships, collaboration, connectivity, responsibility)

The report Management 2020 found that business training is correlated with the success of organisations as 60% of firms that are in decline do not train their staff or provide poor training compared to only 25% of those that are growing.www.managers.org.uk

According to the same report the UK lags behind the others six members of the G7 in terms of productivity and also management practices.  The report found that due to the intrinsic link between management and productivity, poor management practice (which could be improved by training) is likely to be holding the UK back from achieving its true economic potential.