Attracting and Retaining Top Talent: A Comprehensive Guide to Reducing Labour Turnover
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by daveboulden
2w ago
Labour turnover, also known as employee turnover or staff turnover, is a critical metric for any organisation. It measures the rate at which employees leave and join a company over a specific period. High labour turnover can be costly and disruptive, affecting productivity, morale, and the overall success of a business. In this blog post, we will explore effective strategies to attract and retain top talent in your industry, thereby reducing labour turnover and enhancing your company’s performance. Understanding Labour Turnover Before delving into strategies to reduce labour turnover, it’s ess ..read more
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Managing Stress: Supporting Employees Who Are Signed Off Work with Stress
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by daveboulden
3w ago
Stress is a common issue that affects many employees in today’s fast-paced work environments. For some, the stress becomes overwhelming, leading to the need to take time off work. If you’re an employer, understanding how to support your employees during this challenging time is crucial for their recovery and the rest of your organisation’s wellbeing. This blog provides comprehensive guidance for both employees and employers on managing work-related stress and creating a supportive work environment. Understanding Work-Related Stress Work-related stress can stem from various factors, including h ..read more
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What is the difference between mindfulness and meditation?
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by Lynsey Wickens
1M ago
By Melissa Shah In the fast-paced world in which we live and even more so in recent years post Covid, many people are turning to healing practices such as mindfulness and meditation to alleviate stress and enhance their lives. Since starting my work as a Mindfulness and Compassion teacher, many people have asked me what the difference between mindfulness and meditation is. A common perception is that they are the same thing, and in many ways, they have similarities and certainly produce similar positive effects. However, there are some fundamental differences to explore. Mindfulness can be def ..read more
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Innovative Wellbeing at Work Ideas for Your Team
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by daveboulden
1M ago
In today’s fast-paced business world, maintaining employee wellbeing is crucial for any business aiming to thrive. Fostering a healthy workplace not only boosts productivity but also enhances company culture, reduces sick days, and attracts top talent. This blog post explores a variety of wellbeing at work ideas, emphasising the importance of staff wellbeing initiatives and how they can transform your business. Understanding Workplace Wellbeing Workplace wellbeing encompasses the physical, mental, and emotional health of employees. A well-rounded wellbeing strategy can lead to numerous benefit ..read more
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How mindful gardening can boost your wellbeing
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by daveboulden
2M ago
My memories of gardening stem from my early childhood. I remember watching my grandfather toiling for long stretches of time in the cold, wet and misty garden – digging and planting and mowing and trimming – it all seemed like such exhausting and relentless work. However, as I’ve grown older and have a garden of my own to tend to, I’ve come to appreciate the peace, tranquillity and joy that can be discovered from taking care of my own little patch of earth, especially through the pursuit of mindful gardening. So how can mindful gardening boost our mental and physical wellbeing? Mindful gardeni ..read more
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For Mindfulness Teachers – How to help clients navigate grief.
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by daveboulden
2M ago
I embarked upon my first mindfulness course less than five months after the passing of my beloved Nan. At 96 years old, her death shouldn’t have been so unexpected, but I felt her loss sharply. Noticed as a potential ‘red flag’ in my pre-course assessment questionnaire, my teacher immediately reached out; gently and compassionately checking that I felt ready and able to start on such a new and sometimes discombobulating endeavour. With a regular meditation practice under my belt, I felt able to proceed, and although there’s no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to grieving, my experience as a partic ..read more
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Mindfulness is your Superpower: Becoming a Better Manager
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by Natasha Douglas
2M ago
Are you ready to supercharge your leadership skills and become a better manager?    Enter mindfulness – a game-changing practice that goes beyond task management.    In this blog post, we’ll unveil 8 practical applications of mindfulness that managers like you can seamlessly integrate into your routines. By doing so, you’ll not only enhance your leadership prowess and become more resilient but also create a team culture that’s built to thrive.   1. Morning Mindfulness Ritual   Kickstart your day with a mindfulness ritual. Dedicate a few minutes each morning to sit ..read more
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How to Grow your Client Base
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by daveboulden
2M ago
How to create opportunities  Congratulations! You’re a qualified Mindfulness and Compassion teacher, and ready to share mindfulness with the world, all you need now is people to teach! Finding clients and getting people booked onto your courses can feel a bit daunting – especially if this is your first experience of self-employment and self-promotion. In this short article, I will share 6 ways to open doors to help you find clients, but before you start any type of effective marketing, you need to get really clear on who you are talking to and how you will help them. I’ve created a worksh ..read more
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Mindful travel: how to make holiday travel more chill
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by Natasha Douglas
2M ago
Heading off on your holidays but want to know how to make the travelling process less frazzled and more peaceful?   We’ve compiled some top tips for mindful travel to help you do just that.   1. Pack mindfully   If you can, give yourself a decent amount of time to pack so you can do it slowly and mindfully. As you select the items you need, reflect on their purpose and value to your journey. Rather than just chucking everything into a bag or suitcase, pay attention to the process of packing them and the emotions connected with each item. This practice promotes intentionality and ..read more
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FREE EVENT: Becoming your own Man, with Alex Cunningham
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by Natasha Douglas
2M ago
Becoming your own man is a lifelong journey. Did you know that only 7% of British men are comfortable discussing their health issues openly? Men’s Health Week aims to change that by raising awareness of health concerns that affect men disproportionately. This year, MindfulnessUK is proud to partner with Alex Cunningham and special guests Loti Nambombe, Mohammed A. Mamaniat and Chris Robilliard in a session dedicated to men’s health, that will look at the best tools and influences as learned through the panel’s lived experience, and discuss some of the many bumps along the way. In this powerful ..read more
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