As many of us know bringing mindfulness to workplaces is rewarding and challenging. The context can be very different from a public or health setting. 

Andrew McNeill was a Director in the UK Civil Service leading major projects and programmes, where he introduced mindfulness to his leadership and teams. He learnt through experience what works and what doesn’t when introducing mindfulness to the workplace. 

He brought this experience together in his book ‘Organisational Mindfulness – a how to guide’ (2019) which sets out how an organisation might design, implement and embed a mindfulness programme. 

His pragmatic, practical approach to training has been successful in organisations like GSK, Lloyds Bank and Bart Hospital. 

In this session, Andrew will share his experience and insight on language, tone and approach, with time for questions, on what he’s found successful and what has gone horribly wrong, as well as the ideas in his book.

Who is this event for?

This event is for anyone who is interested in bringing mindfulness into the workplaces. This will include trainers and workplace mindfulness champions.

What participants will gain?

Ideas and insights to help them connect with people in the workplace, to support their training or their advocacy work. They will also have an opportunity to question Andrew about the experiences he has had of workplace training delivery and the ideas in his book.

Details

When: Thursday, 13th May 2021

Time: 4-6pm (UK time) (see this Time Zone Converter for your time zone)

Where: Online video platform, Zoom.

How to join

When you book you'll receive a form to submit, this will allow us to email you a link for the online video calls platform Zoom> When you receive the link - simply click on it at the start time to join the online video call. Click here for a short video on how to use Zoom.

Your Masterclass Leader

This Masterclass will be led by Andrew McNeill.

Andrew has been practicing mindfulness for 7 years and is the Workplace Policy Lead for the UK Mindfulness Initiative, set up by Parliament to support the use of mindfulness nationally. Andrew was co-author of ‘Building the case for Mindfulness in the Workplace’ (2017) and is an Accredited Breathworks Mindfulness trainer (July 2018).

Having achieved a law degree, Andrew joined the Civil Service and worked there for nearly 18 years predominantly in project and programme management. Most recently Andrew was the Programme Director of the Building Safety Portfolio (BSP) at the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government, established following the Grenfell fire tragedy, where he designed the BSP as a ‘mindful programme’. Andrew has also brought Mindfulness into his senior leadership roles at the Ministry of Justice and Transport for London.

Andrew is also the Development Director of the Mindful Workplace Community the first international network of mindfulness trainers and workplace champions and the Co-Director of BAMBA.

An accomplished leader with clear insight into how teams work, Andrew has personal insight into the pressures on top executives and how mindfulness can help teams and team leaders.

Cost

Individual £37
Concession £27

CONCESSIONARY PLACES

There are a limited number of concessionary places which are available to people in financial hardship. As a guide we suggest this applies to people with an income of less than £17,000 a year, or less than £20,000 if you live in London. If your annual income is higher than this and would like to discuss your eligibility for a concessionary place for other reasons, please contact us.


Please note that we usually record our online CPD events for training purposes and so that we can widen the pool of people we can make the learning experience available to after the event. If you don't wish to be recorded, please feel free to switch off your video and/or audio during the event.



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Individual - Masterclass - Work 13May2021

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