Here we provide a selection of links to resources that demonstrate how mindfulness is being used in workplace settings or how to start a mindfulness practice. If you are looking for research or press coverage relating to a specific area relevant to your organisation then please do get in touch and we would be happy to assist.


Mindfulness At Work: What Are The Benefits? (The Guardian)

Mindful leadership discussed at the World Economic Forum in Davos (BBC News)

Now's the moment for mindfulness (Daily Telegraph)

OK, Google, Take A Deep Breath (New York Times).

To Cut Office Stress, Try Butterflies and Meditation? and Business Skills and Buddhist Mindfulness (Wall St Journal)

Mindfulness: helping employees to deal with stress (Personnel Today)

Expand your mindfulness (Management Today).

A few minutes to refocus (The Financial Times). Registration required.

Mindful Leadership (The Ashridge Journal)

Is Mindfulness Good For Business? (Mindful)

Mindfulness Helps You Become a Better Leader (Harvard Business Review)

Tapping into the power of mindfulness (LA Times)

Controlled study finds mind-body stress reduction techniques effective in workplace (British Psychological Society)

Entrepreneurs' Secret Anti-Stress Weapon (

How to stay focused in a world of distractions. Nice piece on mindfulness in business. (Mashable)

Meditation makes you more creative (but some kinds work better than others) (Wildmind)

Meditation can keep you more focused at work, study says (USA Today)

Online / Video

Jon Kabat-Zinn talks about Mindfulness at Google

Philip Goldin - The Neuro-science of Mindfulness - Google Tech Talk

Ed Halliwell speaks about his personal experience of mindfulness for the Mental Health Foundation


The Mindful Workplace: Developing Resilient Individuals and Resonant Organizations with MBSR by Michael Chaskalson (2011)

The Mindful Manifesto: How doing less and noticing more can help us thrive in a stressed-out world : by Ed Halliwell and Dr Jonty Heaversedge (2012)

Mindfulness: A practical guide to peace in a frantic world by Prof Mark Williams and Dr Danny Penman (2011)

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