Mindful People Development in the Workplace is a course aimed at developing a Buddhist perspective to managing staff. The program commences with creating motivational and feel good workplaces to ensure the work space is inviting for your staff.
Creativity strategies and innovative thinking are then introduced to help you enable ‘out of the box’ thinking and approaches to work, combined with techniques to setup learning teams. The final session brings these lessons together to sustainably build effective and productive teams.
To achieve the most effective outcomes from this course, it is recommended that you leave a gap of at least a week between lectures to reflect on and implement lessons learnt. In this regard, the program should take 6-8 weeks to complete. Worksheets have been provided in addition to video content.
Mindful management techniques are based on the Buddhist philosophies of kindness, compassion and patience. These skills are easy to implement within your daily work place activities and this course will provide you with practical strategies to help you.
The program is primarily aimed at professionals or corporate workers who have an interest in Buddhist or alternate means of thinking. That said, if you do work at a management level, there are tips and techniques that are worth reflection for you.
Feel Good organisations session provides you with a range of skills to develop your people, partnerships, creative places and staff performance.
In this session you will be introduced to strategies to encourage and effectively utilize the creativity and imagination of work colleagues. Mindful people development is about tapping into the intuitive skills of staff and creativity is a skill that everyone has in some form.
This session is focused on innovation strategies that can help you to enact and measure change within an organization.
Learning teams session will introduce you to the concept and process of developing and sustaining learning teams. It will also teach you about the action learning process.
Building productive teams will bring together the lessons from this program in helping employees to work effectively together and remain self-motivated to work individually when the boss is not in the workplace.
Ben Fleming has been a Buddhist and Management Trainer and Consultant for the past 18 years. He published a range of Mindful Management ebooks during the past few years and is now on Udemy to help you implement mindful approaches into your workplace.
He is an Australian who has spent most of his time living in a mountain village above Dharamshala in the Indian Himalayas since 2011.