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The New Workplace: Engage and Reconnect Through Mindfulness!
Tuesday April 19, 2022
7:30am - 8:45am US/Central GMT-5:00

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Meeting ID: 913 4210 5336
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Topic: The New Workplace: Engage and Reconnect Through Mindfulness!

Speaker: Harriet Stein, President, Big Toe in the Water

We are currently experiencing one of, if not the most stress-filled work environments in our professional careers.   Companies, both large and small, recognize the damaging effects that enhanced levels of stress have conveyed to their employees and their bottom line.

It is proven that when we are stressed, our focus and our productivity are decreased.  When we are not focused, errors (sometimes fatal errors) occur.  This will be an interactive presentation that discusses strategies that will enhance the productivity of employees, as well as elevate employee relationships with their employer.  Practicing Mindfulness will allow you to decrease stress, enhance confidence, and enhance productivity.

- COVID related anxieties of separation from team members and coworkers
- Being uncomfortable from wearing masks (and hopefully THE RIGHT mask) when with others
- Inventory and supply depletion from ongoing Supply Chain deficiencies
- Trying to retain and attract long term, reliable, and contributing employees.

We have all seen videos of courageous hikers ascending Mount Everest, but we rarely hear about the journey back down, which is just as precarious. As we move forward in this new work environment, we need to come back together thoughtfully to help employees reduce stress and return with confidence.

Harriet’s Mindfulness program can help navigate this integration since it supports employee engagement and addresses understandable anxiety and fears. Takeaways include:
- Life-changing, actionable skills to decrease stress, increase work performance and make you more creative and efficient in everyday life. 
- Clear-cut methods to help you navigate the changing work environment and feel safe and ready to reboard. 
- Practical tools to find space to focus and engage at work, and to reconnect and enjoy (yes, enjoy!) your personal time. 
- Straightforward techniques to decrease the level of stress you are experiencing. Easy-to-remember Mindfulness practices to carry with you beyond the session and use every day.

Speaker’s bio:
An inspirational teacher, registered nurse and professional speaker, Harriet’s Mindfulness programs supports organizations by improving their performance and bottom line by providing practical tools for achieving a more fulfilling and productive life. 

Harriet is the creator of an award-winning global Mindfulness training program. And during her tenure at Johnson & Johnson, she used her expertise and passion to directly instruct more than 5,000 employees on Mindfulness through engaging presentations and at leadership summits.  

Her company, Big Toe in the Water, just celebrated its eleventh year. Harriet completed extensive professional Mindfulness training at the Myrna Brind Center for Mindfulness at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. This advance training, interwoven with her background as a RN and her Master of Science degree in Health Administration, is foundational to the compassion and purpose she brings to her Mindfulness teaching and practice. 

Harriet Stein
Harriet Stein, President, Big Toe in the Water
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Mark Myers

(615) 260-0782
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