The practice of “being mindful” helps us develop fresh perspective and the ability to respond creatively and effectively in the dynamic environment of today’s workplace. Across a range of contexts, mindfulness offers proven approaches to improve focus, creativity, and health; decrease stress; transform tension into opportunity; break automatic habits; and live more fulfilled lives.
This Certificate Program helps participants understand and start to master mindfulness techniques at work. Based on our knowledge of adult learning, this sequential program builds on previous courses to create an ideal platform for deep learning of mindfulness techniques and how to practice them in specific work contexts.
Coursework for the Certificate:
A certificate is awarded after completion of each of the one (1) required one-day course plus three (3) electives. In the case of two-day programs, participants should attend both days. Certificate requirements should be completed within an 18-month period.
- The Power of Mindfulness @ Work
Formerly Retain Your Focus on What's Important: The Power of Mindfulness
June 9, 2015.
Elective Courses (Select 3):
- Mindful Practices for Leading Others
June 10, 2015
- Micro-Actions: Mindful Communication for Powerful Impact
December 8, 2015
- Cognitive Agility
December 9, 2015
Cost of Certificate:
Nonprofit, and CWRU Alumni: $1,680
Corporate Partners: 4 Class Days
To register online for the entire certificate, please select four (4) of the appropriate classes listed above. We will automatically track your progress towards completion of your certificate. Alternatively, you can register by phone at 216.368.6413. You have 18 months to complete any of our leadership, management, or functional knowledge certificates. Also please be aware that a program can only be applied toward the requirements of one certificate.
Receipt of Certificate
Certificates will be automatically produced and sent out to participants who have completed the requirements twice a year. Participants can expect to receive certificates in December/January or June/July after the completion of their courses.