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Mindfulness at Work, by Wolters Kluwer

Mindfulness at Work is brought to you by Wolters Kluwer

Using your Natural Abilities to be more Present, Alleviate Stress and be more Productive
In this course, Amy Vetter guides attendees through the process of beginning workplace meditation to alleviate stress and become more present during the daytime.

Publication Date: March 2022

Designed For
Bookkeepers, CPA Small Firms, CPA Mid Firms, and other tax practitioners.

Topics Covered

  • The process of beginning workplace meditation to alleviate stress
  • Becoming more present during the daytime
  • How meditation can benefit you in the workplace
  • Best practices for beginning meditation
  • Use your natural abilities to alleviate stress
  • The ripple effect of not being present
  • The brain and multi-tasking
  • Why we aren’t present
  • Setting boundaries
  • The power of meditation
  • Be aware of the grace notes
  • Create a work environment that inspires you
  • Take complete mental breaks
  • Trying something new helps you learn to innovate
  • Your balance in business
  • Better understanding of each other’s “needs”
  • Practice active listening
  • B³ Basics: set your intention
  • Choosing to be positive

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize how meditation can benefit you in the workplace
  • Identify best practices for beginning meditation
  • Identify an important piece of controlling energy and being present
  • Identify how many minutes it takes to refocus your mind following a distraction
  • Identify what is described as part of the meditation process
  • Identify the source of the quote “people may not remember exactly what you did, or what you said, but they will always remember how you made them feel”
  • Identify how Albert Einstein referred to the intuitive mind

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