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Mindfulness and Uncertainty: tools, techniques and practices to restore balance

  • 17 Feb 2022
  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM (EST)
  • GoToWebinar

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  • MAHRA, SHRA, GNHRA, RVHRA, GMSHRMA, or GMVSHRMA Chapter Member

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If there’s one thing we know to be true, we live with changing conditions all the time. Things in life are never certain—or never as certain as we’d like them to be! While we can typically handle uncertainty when it comes in small doses, the fear and anxiety which accompanies exceptionally disruptive events such as a pandemic can leave us feeling isolated and depleted. Enter mindfulness. Tara will review the fundamental principles and practices of mindfulness in clear, practical terms. The concept of liminal space – space between what was and what’s next – and the ambiguity and emotions that accompany that space will guide our discussion throughout. Finally, participants will be introduced to actionable tools, techniques and resources for meeting the challenges of this historic time.

Several HRAGC members will join Tara in discussing mindfulness tools, techniques, and resources. In doing so, they will share the positive impact practicing mindfulness can have in the work environment as well as everyday life.

 OUTCOMES

Participants will further 

  • their knowledge of the fundamental principles and practices of mindfulness
  • their understanding of how to enhance more effective communication by employing mindfulness tips and techniques
  • their appreciation of the importance of practicing mindfulness to help support and achieve success in diversity, equity, and inclusion activities.

CREDITS
This webinar is approved for 2 SHRM PDCs and 2 HRCI  general credits. 

 PRESENTERS:

Tara Healey, MEd

Tara Healey is the founder and director of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care’s Mind the Moment mindfulness program.  In addition to holding an M.Ed. in Health Education and having over twenty years of experience in organizational development, Tara is a longtime practitioner of mindfulness meditation and an advocate for the health benefits associated with its practice. The comprehensive suite of mindfulness courses developed by Tara at Harvard Pilgrim have been conducted at over 200 organizations, reaching over 15,000 individuals. Additionally, Tara has spoken about mindfulness at numerous events domestic and abroad and has contributed articles to Mindful Magazine and the Harvard Business Review blog.

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