Mindfulness in the Workplace – An Introduction (Webinar)


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Mindfulness in the Workplace – An Introduction (Webinar)

This introductory webinar will provide an overview of workplace mindfulness and its evolution as a key resource in developing healthy resilient happy workplaces.

A practical exploration of the evidence-based practise of mindfulness as a key resource for wellbeing and resilience in the workplace,  specifically in the context of current changes in work practises, including remote working and changes in work practises.

Participants will be put through some taster practices together and explore key issues such as:

  • What is Mindfulness?
  • What is the scientific evidence for its efficacy in the workplace?
  • What are the low cost, impactful starting places you can use in your workplace?
How to register

This webinar is free and exclusive to members of The Wheel. Registration is required. *NOTE: After registration, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for joining the session.

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Meet your Facilitator:


Dee Hennessy has a background in Social Care, Community Development and the Disability Sector. She has worked as a facilitator, supervisor and change manager in many local, regional and national organisations across Ireland. She has practised mindfulness since the late 80's and has a particular interest in the neuroscience underpinning the current wave of secular mindfulness. Dee has taught mindfulness and led retreats in Ireland, Wales, Germany and USA. For more on Dee and her work please visit www.mindfulfacilitation.com


Did one of these courses with Dee and have to say it was superb, very enjoyable and very relaxing. Dee is a wonderful teacher and very experienced. It really was very beneficial to me and I would have no hesitation in recommending it.(B. Morris - St Patricks Centre Kilkenny) )  

Dee is a calm, supportive and knowledgeable leader in her field’ P. Fitzpatrick, Comfort Keepers South East

‘Dee is working with the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Ireland (MS Ireland) in the role of external supervisor to MS Ireland Case Work Staff. We have had a very positive experience with Dee who demonstrates a great capacity to create a space where case worker can reflect on their practice and explore their role within this often complex work. Dee’s style of reflective listening promotes an atmosphere where the MS Ireland case workers can develop strategies that supports solutions which in turn contributes to good outcomes for people with Multiple Sclerosis and family members. We would have hesitation in recommending Dee as a supervisor.’ O. Estridge   Services Manager MSI

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Who should attend

This event is open to CEO’s, managers. team leaders and team members.