WEBINAR - Developing a Resilient Safety Culture: Individual and Organizational Mindfulness
Dr. Karen Klockner joined MindWell-U for a live, interactive discussion sharing her experience researching in the area of mindfulness as it relates to safety.
As promised, MWU is pleased to share the broadcast with you, along with other resources including:
- The five principles referenced during the webinar
- Results of the poll questions asked during the webinar
- Registration for your free trial of the evidence-based 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge which has been shown among other things to reduce employee stress, increase resilience and improve performance
- Information on our next webinar: "Before the trauma: Mindful resiliency training for first responders"
Tune in to this Q&A style webinar to watch Dr. Klockner share key insights on:
- Organizational Mindfulness and the development of a resilient safety culture
- The role individual mindfulness can play in reducing cognitive failures and enhancing safe work behaviour
- Her upcoming research projects
30 Day Mindfulness Challenge
We're pleased to invite you to trial the 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge as our guest starting on Monday, September 18. Complete the form below to reserve your spot - we'll email you a registration link in mid-September.
In addition to being all online and only five minutes a day, the Challenge is used in the workplace 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.
Keeping My Mind on the Job: The Role of Mindfulness in Workplace Safety, Dr. Karen Klockner
Cognitive Failures at Work, Mindfulness, and the Big Five, Dr. Karen Klockner and Richard Edward Hicks
The Cost of Workplace Injury and the Rising Cost of Distraction, OHSA
The Five Principles, Dr. Karen Klockner
We conducted a number of polls throughout the webinar and below are the responses...
"Before the trauma: Mindful resiliency training for first responders"
Tuesday, September 19 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. ET
Join Constable Jon Carson from York Regional Police in a discussion with Dr. Geoff Soloway on:
- Why 'training before the trauma' is critical for first responders
- How mindfulness supports first responders from police and fire to EMT, rescue and 911
- How Constable Carson is implementing mindfulness training at York Regional Police
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