The Monthly Mindful: June Edition

Updated: Aug 13, 2019

Your monthly roundup on the latest news and innovations from MWU, the world of mindfulness and mental health.

Mindful Planning for a Present Future

We know the summer is just beginning (finally!), but we'd like you to take a minute and think about September. The transition period from the dog days of summer to cooler autumn weather is the perfect time to bring mindfulness to your organization!

Do the MindWell Challenge with your team and notice the shift in your workday as everyone begins to feel less stress, more focus and generally happier. Before long the rest of your organization will be dying to know what your team's secret weapon to productivity and success is!

Book a demo to learn more.

Upcoming Webinar 

Becoming ChangeMakers Through Deep Listening

Wednesday June 26, 2019 

1 PM ET / 10 AM PT

CBC's Hello Goodbye host Dale Curd joins Dr. Geoff Soloway, Founder of MindWell U, to speak about the art and mastery of listening.

  • In a world focused on talking, learn how Empathetic Listening creates change.

  • Understand the powerful interconnection between mindfulness, listening and emotional intelligence or EQ.

  • See how crucial listening is towards building highly collaborative teams and groups and creating lasting interpersonal influence.

Tips for Implementing the MindWell Challenge

Implementing something new at an organization isn't always easy.Retired Director of Culture Activation, Pam August, launched the MindWell Challenge at WestJet in 2016. Pam shares with us how she overcame initial resistance to help WestJet become a more mindful organization. 

Hear Pam's practical tips on implementing the Challenge at the link below and learn how you can bring the transformative benefits of mindfulness to your team! 

View the highlights.


Mindfulness Isn't Just a Trend, It's Key to Being a Better Leader

The shift toward achieving mindfulness is putting leaders in a better place to run their companies.

"Mindfulness is a trainable skill...Neuroscientists have demonstrated that we can train our mind to be more focused [by] going to the 'mental gym' and managing how we use our attention."

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