Mindfulness is the human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us. Paying more attention to the present moment – to your own thoughts and feelings, and to the world around you – can improve your mental well-being.
Mindfulness-based therapies are recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) as a way to treat less severe depression
We work with a few speakers that cover mindfulness in their presentations so if you looking for a speaker on the subject these are a few to bear in mind
Ruby Wax is best known for her 25 years in front of the camera working for the BBC and is a conference speaker on leadership and mental health.
In 2014, Ruby obtained a master’s degree in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy from the University of Oxford to increase her understanding of the brain and the science behind mental health issues. She also has a Masters in Psychology from Regents College, where she is also an Honorary Senior Fellow. In 2015 she was awarded the OBE for her services to mental health.
Mike Southon is the Beermat Entrepreneur and is a mentor, best-selling author, and keynote speaker on sales, business growth, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Mike brings the magic of entrepreneurship and enterprise to all sizes of organisation, in every type of industry.
A serially successful entrepreneur, he has co-founded, built, and sold over 20 businesses, as well as developed in-house venture units in government, hospitality, and engineering.
Mike specialises in the formation and mentoring of high-performance, ethically diverse teams, with a particular focus on networking, face-to-face selling, ethical purpose, and mindfulness.
Dr. Stephen Simpson is an internationally acclaimed mind coach, hypnotherapist, presenter, TEDx speaker, bestselling author, business consultant, and thought leader in the connections between artificial intelligence (AI) and under-used human intelligence, and is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.
As a private mind coach Dr. Simpson counts many luminaries from the sporting, gaming, entertainment, and business worlds among his clients, including world number one poker legend Chris Moorman. His online earnings have just passed $18 million.
One of his talks is – Embracing the New Post-covid Workplace.
We need employees to CHOOSE to return to the office, and fully embrace the universal need we all share for personal human interaction. Dr. Simpson is currently increasing the feeling of WANTING to come back to work amongst employees. His presentation focuses on strengthening employees’ resilience and confidence. His proven techniques include the application to real-life situations of NLP, meditation/mindfulness, communication, influence, and Jungian theory.
Andrew McNeill has spent 20 years in senior leadership, most recently consulting on a £7bn national programme. Throughout his career, he has led large teams in high-pressure environments.
He is also an accredited mindfulness teacher and brought these two worlds together in his book Organisational Mindfulness – a How-to Guide in 2019, which has sold on 4 continents. By integrating his leadership experience and insights from being a mindfulness teacher Andrew has developed a method to help leaders and their teams embed and implement techniques that improve performance, build psychological safety, and support their own and their collective wellbeing.
Andrew Pain is a Mental Health and TEDx speaker, talking about; men’s mental health, burnout, imposter syndrome, decision-making making, and domestic abuse (as a lived-experience survivor)
Andrew covers Mindfulness in his speech – HOW TO STOP BURNOUT, SO WORK/LIFE BALANCE IS A REALITY NOT A UTOPIA
Regarded by the World Health Organisation as a key driver of workplace absence and a major challenge for professionals who are striving and coping in our complex 21st century world, there’s little doubt that burnout is a real and present danger, which poses grave consequences for people and organisations who ignore it. But what is burnout? What are the triggers? Is it preventable and if so, how do you prevent it?
In this session, participants will explore:
- The 5 most common workplace triggers of burnout and how to tackle them.
- The easy-win and wider-scale strategies to tackle workplace burnout.
- Why tackling burnout requires a wider focus than simply the work environment.
- The critical mindset shifts required to handle arduous and long-term stress.
- How elite performers process and respond to setbacks, using T.E.S.T.
- How to manage long-term worries using The Worry Scale, so you remain proactive about tackling your worries, but without getting consumed by them.
- Mindfulness for beginners and non-converts: why it matters and how to get started.
- How to create rhythms and routines which energise in the toughest of times.
Ed is a doctor in Oxford with degrees in Medicine, Extreme Human Physiology, and Medical Law. In 2009 he took a break from Medicine to join James Cracknell and Ben Fogle on the first ever race of its kind to the South Pole. Ed completed a two-day selection course beating over 650 applicants to win his place on the team. The expedition and selection process was filmed for a 5-part TV series for BBC2 called ‘On Thin Ice’.
Dr. Ed Coats is a highly regarded speaker in both the private and public sectors. Ed has the ability to humorously relay his own incredible achievements to inspire and entertain his audiences. He combines his vast experience working in healthcare with numerous other adventurous projects to motivate teams and leaders throughout business. He covers mindfulness and peak performance in his talks.
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