Focus and Mind Training for the Workplace and in Life
Focus and Mindfulness is about a new way of working. Training your brain to enhance focus, performance and overall well being, while decreasing stress.
Organizations and individuals that pay close attention to what is happening in the present moment, are ready to correct mistakes instead of pointing the finger. They respond quickly to change and create environments that are more productive, effective, and engaged.
Many years of research and the study of neuroscience, have found that you can train your brain much like you train your body. Through mental fitness you can enhance your focus, clarity and the ability to learn. By training our minds, we become more aware, respond thoughtfully and make conscious decisions versus reacting.
Join Colleen as she introduces you to focus training or mindfulness and how to reap the benefits of being fully aware in the moment. Improve your emotional intelligence skills, productivity, performance, decision making, while reducing stress and improving your health.
Weekly Classes and Webinars
Upstream Solutions consults, trains and speaks on focus and mindfulness. Learn what the research is saying and how to apply this simple practice to your everyday life. Call Colleen 516-659-9855 for more details.
The benefits of mindfulness training include:
Clarity and Focus
More Productive and Effective
Communicate more Effectively
Enhanced Creativity and the Ability to "Think Outside the Box"
Increased Mental Fitness and Resilience
Decide More Easily and Wisely
Meet Challenges with Flexibility
Experience Work-Life Success
Leading researchers results include increased:
Job satisfaction and positive teamwork (76%)
Enhanced work-life balance and reduced stress (60%)
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Upstream Solutions Offers Focus and Performance Training to:
Health Care Industry
Health Care Industry
Why Companies are getting Involved
According to research conducted and stated in Bloomberg Businessweek, Companies are turning to mindfulness to help employees increase productivity and reduce stress. The National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health finds that stress-related ailments cost companies about $200 billion a year in increase absenteeism, tardiness and the loss of talented workers. Between 70% to 90% of employee hospital visits are linked to stress. And job tension is directly tied to a lack of productivity and loss of competitive edge.