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In this digital age of constant distractions, it's gotten more difficult to stay focused and productive. Seriously, how can we expect to get anything done while being relentlessly bombarded by push notifications? On top of this, many growing companies now encourage employees to work longer hours and multitask. However, recent studies have found that overwork and multitasking ultimately wear us out physically and deplete us emotionally.
Is there a way for companies to prevent burnout by cultivating employee well being?
Dana Zelicha, a world-renowned mindfulness lecturer, and Hope Bastine, a mindfulness & lifestyle psychology expert, will explain how practising mindfulness in the workplace can combat mental health issues, boost productivity and make employees happier.
More about Dana
Dana Zelicha is a world-renowned Mindfulness lecturer and the founder of OWBA, the Organisational Well Being Agency, a Mindfulness consultancy which is endorsed by the London School of Economics (LSE). Dana has worked closely with executives and entrepreneurs from global organisations such as McKinsey, Citibank, Teva Pharmaceuticals, Zara and SimilarwWeb to bring Mindfulness to the workplace and combat mental health issues such as stress, depression and anxiety, and augment overall productivity and happiness.
Operating in both Tel Aviv and London, Dana is currently developing a startup and a B2B app, which is focused on innovative Mindfulness tools for professionals such as Mindful Meetings, Mindful Feedback and Unitasking. As a leading specialist in the field, Dana was featured and contributed to numerous titles such as the Daily Mail, Health & Fitness, GameChangers, Healthista and HR News.
More about Hope
Hope is a game-changing psychologist. In her late teens, Hope joined up with the Red Cross and went to war-torn Bosnia. This experience opened her eyes to the psychological impact of trauma which motivated her to help people in a meaningful, long-lasting way. She studied Neuroscience and Psychology and went on to teach psychology for five years. Following this, she earned a Post-Graduate Diploma in Cognitive-Behavioural Hypnotherapy where she discovered how Mindfulness can cure insomnia. After working for over two years as a CBT specialist at South London and Maudsley on the NHS, she founded her wellbeing company, Fresh Perception.
Hope is a Mental Health Foundation certified Mindfulness Cognitive Trainer who works as a sleep psychology consultant for Simba Sleep and leads mindfulness and wellbeing workshops across Europe. She is an event guest speaker (JAN and HR HiBoB) and a sought-after lifestyle psychology expert contributor to leading publications such as Psychologies Magazine, PR Week, The Telegraph, Mi Business Mag, The Sun, Economic Times, Cosmopolitan, The Express, Yahoo Style, Spectator Life, Vogue, Smooth Radio, Workspace, The Debrief, DOSE, to name a few.
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