Mindfulness in the Workplace Keynote Program To Boost Morale Launched

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(Newswire.net — July 6, 2020) — New Jersey based stress management coach, Pandit Dasa, has launched a new mindfulness program to boost morale in the workplace and build resilience, particularly during social distancing.

A New Jersey based business leadership and stress management coach, Pandit Dasa, has launched a new mindfulness program to boost morale in the workplace.

Find out more at https://www.panditdasa.com/stress

The newly launched keynote program is a 60-minute session focusing on mindfulness practice with a group discussion. It is ideally suited to workplaces and teams that are adjusting to social distancing restrictions and require a morale boost.

Workplace stress and anxiety is a leading cause of work-related illness, sick days, and lost income. Mindfulness Expert, Pandit Dasa suggests that now more than ever, maintaining physical, mental, and emotional health is crucial in order to remain productive in the workplace.

The keynote program will explore the importance of positive relationships, the myth of multitasking, how to eat for wellbeing, tips to ensure regular quality sleep, and why maintaining a personal hobby is key.

There is a science to mindfulness, which is often overlooked when it is discussed. Pandit Dasa will teach participants about the science behind the practice while also guiding them through a variety of stress-reducing techniques. The aim is to improve productivity and emotional intelligence.

The safe and supportive environment created by the expert mindfulness coach enables participants to explore negative behaviors or thought patterns in order to change them and move forward. Personal development and empathy are an important aspect of the session as it provides an opportunity to reflect on potential character improvements.

Breathing techniques to reduce stress are demonstrated in a bid to provide a practical and actionable solution. Additionally, Pandit Dasa will teach workshop attendees how to improve their ability to focus and concentrate, how to shift from a negative to positive mindset, and how to respect team members through appreciation.

A representative for Pandit Dasa said: “Workplace stress is a very real threat to the health and mental wellbeing of people around the world. Now more than ever, we must focus on techniques and solutions that act to reduce stress and increase wellbeing.”

To book a mindfulness workshop, interested parties are invited to visit the website provided.