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Art & Science of Mindfulness In Action: A Lunch and Webinar for Employees March 6

February 26, 2019

If you could take a pill that would decrease your stress and anxiety while improving your focus and performance, with no side effects, would you take it? Mindfulness can deliver these results.

Mindfulness has moved from the realm of the obscure to now what is seemingly obvious, becoming the go-to mental fitness approach for enhancing individuals, teams, leaders and organizations.

Learn what mindfulness is, the science behind it, and the practical application in your daily professional and personal life. You’ll also be given an orientation and opportunity to register for the Mindfulness Challenge, an evidence-based online training in mindfulness.

Lunch will be provided and the session will be delivered as a webinar.

This event is accessed by registration only. Seating maximum is 26.  To register, please click here.

Presenter: Geoffrey Soloway, PhD

Geoff Soloway has been creating and researching innovative trainings in the area of mindfulness and wellbeing for almost 20 years.  He is currently Founder and Chief Training Director of MindWell U, offering bilingual online and in-person evidence-based mindfulness trainings in the workplace.  Geoff has worked as an Instructor at University of Toronto, University of British Columbia and the University of Fraser Valley, and as a consultant in the area of mindfulness for diverse organizations such as WestJet, Coca-Cola, Loblaw, and the Privy Council Office.   Geoff completed a PhD and Master’s of Education in the area of Mindfulness from the University of Toronto as well as a certificate in Organizational Coaching from the University of British Columbia.

Kindly advise to Taryn Presley at tpresley@rrc.ca or (204) 632-2484 if you if you have any barriers to accessibility or any dietary restrictions for the lunch no later than Monday, March 4, 2019.

Stay tuned – a 2nd mindfulness webinar and lunch will be taking place on March 12 – watch for this in Staff News!

Brought to you by the Healthy Minds Healthy College initiative and ENGAGE Employee Development