Healthcare Leadership and Mindfulness Webinar 

Dr. Daniel Skarlicki of UBC's Sauder School of Business joined MindWell-U on June 27 for a live, interactive discussion about the critical role mindfulness plays in supporting today's healthcare leaders. Below are the resources we're making available to all those who registered for the webinar.  We hope you enjoy!


Webinar recording

Tune in to this Q&A style webinar to watch Dr. Skarlicki share key insights on:

  • Keeping our own ‘gas tanks full’
  • Importance of mindfulness for healthcare practitioners - it's definitely not just for patients anymore
  • Key findings such as self compassion and resilience from a number of research studies on mindfulness within a healthcare context. 

30 Day Mindfulness Challenge

We're pleased to invite you to trial the 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge as our guest starting on Monday, July 10 (not to worry, you can take the training on your smart phone from a beach or lake or mountaintop if you're so fortunate!). In addition to being all online and only five minutes a day, the Challenge is used in healthcare settings because it's evidence-based and shown among other things to significantly reduce stress, increase resilience and improve performance. Everyone who takes the training gets to do so with a buddy of their choice as the buddy system is proven to increase engagement and completion. 

 
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Upcoming Research Study - looking for participants

MindWell-U is teaming up again with UBC's Sauder School of Business to test the effects of employee mindfulness training on workplace:

  • Performance
  • Attitudes & behaviours
  • Stress, burnout and the ROI of resiliency
  • Psychological health & safety
  • Presenteeism

Mindfulness training needs to be delivered to a minimum of 250 employees in Fall 2017.

For more information on the study design, reporting and associated costs, please fill out the form we'll get back to you with the specifics.


Next MWU Webinar: "A Mindful Approach to Psychological Health & Safety"

Wednesday, July 19 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm ET

Dr. Gayle Goldstein has been working in the field of mental health in the workplace for 30 years, and will share insights from the front line assisting supervisors, human resources personnel and employees through challenging workplace events including natural disasters, violence, transitions and complex personnel issues. 

During this free webinar hosted by MindWell-U, Dr. Goldstein will provide a key model of mental health as well as useful strategies for intervening with employees that enhance psychological health and safety.

If you can't attend the live broadcast, register anyway and we'll send you the recording as soon as it's available.