finding the space
An eight-week course for employees and volunteers working in community, voluntary and charitable organisations.
finding the space is designed to facilitate employees and volunteers to learn and enhance skills in self-awareness, resilience, reflective practice and authentic leadership. This course teaches core competencies from Mindfulness, CBT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (values and committed action, vision and mission).
The programme is fundamentally transformational and helps participants to develop reflective and philosophical skills to understand their role, presence, and leadership style. Learn essential skills for managing change through dialogue, reflective practice, inquiry, guided discovery and dialectical approaches (DBT, wise mind) by creating the space to lead.
Build resilience: Multiple research studies have demonstrated that mindfulness decreases anxiety, boosts resilience, and helps reduce work-related stress.
Emotional intelligence: Brain-imaging research suggests that mindfulness helps strengthen the ability to regulate emotions with stronger immunity and physical health.
Creativity: Research suggests that greater insights and breakthroughs take place when staff are in a more meditative and relaxed state of mind.
Relationships: Mindfulness helps to enhance mood, manage reactive emotions, and increases connections with team members.
Attention and Focus: Research has shown that our minds wander 50% of the the time. Studies demonstrate that mindfulness training can help sustain attention, strengthening our ability to stay focused and ev”en boosting memory and time-management.
“When your centre is clear and focused you are most likely to have a powerful influence on others”
“Excellent atmosphere, expertly delivered with empathy, very informative with valuable life skills”
“Great learning opportunity and tools to use in everyday life”
Did you find this course of benefit to work, personal life, both or other?
91.67% of the respondents found the course beneficial to both work and personal life.
In relation to the facilitator, how would you rate the standard of presentation/delivery of the training. Excellent, good, average, poor?
100% of the respondents reported Excellent.
Would you recommend this course to a colleague? Yes, no, other comments.
100% of the respondents reported Yes.
Dates: Tuesday afternoons: from 18 July 2.30pm to 5pm. Course concludes on Tuesday, 5 September.
Course Fee: €150 includes course notes and certificate
Eligibility: Participants on this course must work or volunteer in community, charitable, voluntary or NGO organisations.
Booking: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for application form. Please note booking is essential.
The Mindfulness Clinic, 10 Merrion Square, Dublin 2