Is your team struggling with change fatigue, stress, or overwhelm?
Science says that operating from the front part of our brain drives executive decision-making. But when stressed and overwhelmed, the primal part of our brain (responsible for keeping us safe – that fight or flight reaction) kicks in.
As a result, the front part of our brain is impaired, leading to indecision, poor choices, lethargy, and indifference – all of which affect productivity, engagement, retention and profitability.
The good news is that there is a way to increase your team’s engagement, productivity and performance.
In this workshop, Sabina Vitacca will show your team members and leaders how to RESET and REFRESH their brains, enabling them to regain focus, make robust decisions, develop and lead a productive workforce and boost your bottom line. And who doesn’t want that?
When Mindfulness practices are implemented as a tool in organisations, they can lead to:
- An extra 62 minutes of productivity per employee per week
- Reduce sick leave, absenteeism, presenteeism; and
- A reported drop of up to 7.3% in medical claims, amounting to $9 million in savings.
About Sabina Vitacca, Performance and mindset Speaker and Coach
Sabina runs a mindfulness training consulting company, Meditate Now and is an accomplished and experienced speaker.
Meditate Now offers tailor-made mindfulness 1:1 programs for busy professionals but also delivers mindfulness presentations and workshops within organisations to assist with team building, resilience training, stress reduction and conflict management.
Sabina is a sought-after speaker on mindfulness and meditation, helping audiences across Australia with a taster of the immense benefits and tools available for those wishing to reduce stress and increase their resilience.
Over the past ten years, Sabina has helped hundreds of professionals to become more present in their day-to-day life through my workshops and one-on-one programs. As a result, most now find it easier to deal with the pressures and demands of life due to not being driven by their emotions, competing agendas and being overwhelmed.
This, in turn, means their performance at work is improved, and their home life is more relaxed, making them generally feel happier and more engaged with life.