Meditation enables a company to cultivate...
Strong and effective leadership:
According to the Harvard Business Review, the most important competencies of leaders are strong ethics, a sense of safety, empowering others to self-organize, fostering connection and belonging, and nurturing growth. Meditation has been proven to cultivate all of these competencies.
A collaborative, solutions-oriented environment:
Meditation encourages more effective and connected leadership, as well as increased inclusion and utilization of team members.
An increase employee satisfaction:
Happier, more centered and focused employees lead to increased productivity and commitment. The LA Times found that when one company began incorporating daily meditations at work, absenteeism fell by 85% and productivity rose by 120%.
A culture of compassion:
Meditative practices increase empathy and encourage open-mindedness. For example, researchers at Central Michigan University found that meditation can decrease race and age bias.