Enabling significant and sustained improvements in staff resilience, wellbeing and performance
Sherpa’s Yogic and Mindfulness-based training comprises a package of three transformational, accessible and down to earth personal development practices:
– Pure Meditation Foundation
– Transformation Yoga
– Optimal Breathing
With regular personal practice and recommended refresher training, these practices can enable your company to achieve:
- Enhanced staff performance, productivity and professional development
- Improved staff health, wellbeing and resilience – reduce stress levels, absenteeism, OH & sickness-related costs
- Enhanced leadership
- Meeting CSR objectives in relation to stress management
- Improved staff retention – lower recruitment costs
- Easier change management / restructuring
- Greater profitability
For too long, the practices that Sherpa train people in have largely been marketed to individuals in a recreational context, often in an esoteric and exclusive way.
Yes, these practices enable people to feel good – really good – and they are the best stress busters. But they are also much more than that. Their original true purpose is to enable the practitioner to reach and realise their full potential.
It is our driving passion to bring these practices and their powerful benefits to people in the business world – to show how they can powerfully enhance both personal and professional development in addition to well-being and enable you and your teams to not just feel good, but reach your peak performance and enjoy the increased abundance that this brings.[/text_output]
Are you and your staff missing out on these age-old practices that could make you and your business more successful?
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The main business case for meditation is that if you’re fully present on the job, you will be more effective as a leader, you will make better decisions and you will work better with other people.William George: Board of Directors Goldman Sachs and Exxon Mobil (Gelles, FT Magazine, 2012)What Business Leaders Say >>