PRESENCE IN PRACTICE

Presence In Practice is a 4-day training for professionals who want to bring meditation and coaching skills to their work. 
Led by Emma Mills, one of the UK's leading meditation experts and author of Inhale. Exhale. Repeat, Presence In Practice marries practical mindfulness for wellbeing with personal development for business success. 
 

KEY TAKEAWAYS

    • Ease pressure and rush
    • Bring others into the present by adding a holistic facet to your relationships.
    • Learn key language to guide yourself and the client to the right experience
    • Work in a way that is fresh, creative and in the moment
    • Bring groups together and meet others authentically
    • Get practical tools to manage stress and avoid overwhelm, improving the quality of your life and those around you.
    • Learn about yourself, developing a clearer better-improved quality of relationship with others.
    • Create an environment and working routine that is healthy and relaxing to do the work you have come to do
    • Develop the aspects of your personality that make you so lovely to spend time with and work with.
      • Improve personal confidence, inspiring confidence in others

     

    • Find yourself enjoying work and life as an ongoing adventure.

 

BOOKING

Presence In Practice is a 4-day training (10-5pm) for professionals who want the depth and quality vital to success.
Whether you are self-employed or a small business, you are invited to join the four-day learning.  It can be taken as individual days or as four days and is available in London and the Midlands. Presence In Practice is also available in-house for corporate bookings.

Day One: Listening

Day Two: Communication

Day Three: Change

Day Four:  Relationships  & Working Routines.

 

FIND A TRAINING

Southwell, The Midlands, UK

 

For further course information or to make a booking please get in touch using the contact box below. 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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