The research is clear - mindfulness has been shown to have a range of benefits in the workplace including greater productivity, reduced stress, enhanced focus, increased happiness, improved communication, to name a few. But, although you might have heard about all that mindfulness can do for you, you might not know where to begin or how to apply it in the workplace.
Dr. Patricia Thompson can help. As an experienced corporate psychologist who has consulted to senior leaders for over 10 years, she has coached many professionals and assisted them in developing a mindfulness practice that has transformed the way that they approach their work. She also practices mindfulness in her own life, and has found it to be a life-changing tool that has significantly enhanced her life at professionally, and personally.
Is This Course For You?
If you’re not sure whether or not you would benefit from this course, watch this video in which Dr. Thompson talks more about mindfulness, and shares stories about how mindfulness has helped some of her clients.
In this self-paced and practical course, she draws on research and experience to teach you how to create a mindfulness practice that will boost your productivity and increase your sense of well-being. Having worked with busy professionals, her emphasis is on presenting actionable tips in easily digestible lessons.
What the Course Includes:
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Dr. Patricia Thompson is a corporate psychologist and executive coach who is passionate about helping professionals to be their best at work. She does that by partnering with them to develop their talents, unleash their authentic selves, and use research-based strategies to fulfill their potential (and help others to do the same). Educated at the University of Toronto, Georgia State University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the Emory University School of Medicine, she has a PhD in psychology and has been consulting with organizations since 2004.
During her career she has worked with small businesses, Fortune 100 companies, and every sized organization in between, helping to foster growth, development, and results in their employees and executives alike. Patricia gets a great deal of personal gratification from helping everyone from college students, who are in the process of determining their career paths, to entry level managers who are working on becoming more productive, to CEOs who are determining how best to motivate the people on their team. Her mission is to help as many people as possible to become more effective in the workplace.