Mindfulness in the Workplace – Optimising social, environmental and cultural change in the workplace
How long is the Masterclass?
One Day 9.30 am - 4.30 pm
Who is the Masterclass for?
Where is the Masterclass?
St Hugh's College, St Margaret's Road Oxford OX2 6LE
How many people on each Masterclass?
Up to 50
How much does the Masterclass cost?
£130 (including lunch)
28th Sep 2018
What is the Masterclass about?
Research has demonstrated that workplace mindfulness training has the potential to bring about behavioural, social and environmental change.
The masterclass will enable participants to discover how they can anchor their practice into an ongoing inquiry into ethics, values and behaviour while still honouring and attending skilfully to the issues that individuals and organisations bring to the process. Compelling research and practice at the interface between mindfulness, and environmental/social change and ethics will be presented. Participants will come to understand how these contemporary understandings of behaviour change principles can underpin mindfulness-based teaching practice.
We will explore case-studies of mindfulness-based teaching within workplace contexts in which there has been a deliberate orientation towards social/environmental change and use these as a springboard to consider some of the ethical tensions and dilemmas that arise within these processes
Who is it for?
This day is one of a series of Workplace Masterclasses being offered by the Oxford Mindfulness Centre. It is open to all individuals with an interest in how mindfulness can support and enhance personal and organisational wellbeing. These Workplace Masterclasses are particularly informative for practitioners delivering mindfulness based training in the workplace.
Who is Rachel Lilley?
Rachel Lilley is a PhD candidate in Human Geography at Aberystwyth University. As a Senior Manager Rachel has over 20 years’ experience working on environmental, individual and organisational changes, focusing on practical design and delivery of sustainability behaviour change projects in the community. Rachel works with both public and private sector clients on behaviour change and mindfulness, sometimes together and sometimes separately. Rachel has also worked intensively with the Welsh Government as part of a research programme, developing and delivering innovative approaches to project and organisational development using behaviour change and mindfulness.