Mindfulness at Work
We offer mindfulness training and consultancy for organisations in the UK and internationally. We are flexible in our approach and happy to discuss creative, bespoke training and consultancy for our clients. This can range from an introductory mindfulness session or talk to a longer tailored course, or one-to-one training. We also partner with organisations looking to offer workplace mindfulness training to their clients and customers and can facilitate residential executive retreats.
- 'Introduction to Mindfulness' workshop / talk (ranging from one-hour to one day).
- Four-to-eight week Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction Courses.
- Other tailored mindfulness courses
- Bespoke mindfulness talks and public speaking for events.
- Executive one-to-one sessions.
- Online / telephone distance learning.
We also provide mindfulness training for schools. Find out more.
We have a broad range of clients which includes the following organisations: UNICEF UK, Citibank, Accenture, Virgin, East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service, Innocent Drinks, TBWA \ LONDON, Salesforce, Diageo, The School of Life, Capita Business Services, Aegis Media, Ardingly College, Handcross Primary School, The Mindfulness All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG), Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, The Mental Health Foundation, Mindfulness In Schools, Bede's School, Sussex, St Ronan's School, Kent, Dulwich Prep (School) London, James Allen's Preparatory School, London, Lawyers On Demand, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Tate, The Victoria and Albert Museum, Surrey County Council, SATIPS (Support And Training In Prep Schools), The Baked Bean Company, The Future Foundation, The Link Centre, Sussex, PCI College, Dublin, RSA Insurance Group PLC.
"Ed has led a bespoke mindfulness course at Ardingly College for interested teachers and support staff for each of the last four years. We see the process as a way of nurturing our staff who are interested in exploring, understanding and practising mindfulness. The sessions have been very well received by staff, and it is fantastic to have Ed working with both sides of the college together, in an atmosphere of respectful inquiry and reflection. We look forward to more courses with Ed in the years ahead." Jamie Large, Deputy Head Academic, Ardingly College
“The Mindfulness course has been a wonderful gift to us as a teaching staff. It has given us the tools to make us more resilient and cope with the challenges that we face in a more productive way. We were already a very strong, supportive team, but the training has reinforced this. The good quality handouts, audios and emails really helped to keep us on track, and Ed was able to respond to each person in a way that was not only relevant and enlightening for the individual, but for all the other participants too. Excellent, in every respect.” Gill Pedersen, Head Teacher, Handcross Primary School
“I was a little nervous about how the morning would go as one always wonders how it will be received. I have been inundated with e mails from staff who are really grateful for the opportunity for an inset which goes further than the normal and focuses on them. A huge thank you therefore for such a great morning.” Emma Trelawny-Vernon, Registrar and HR Manager, St Ronan’s School, Kent
“Ed Halliwell gave an excellent introduction to mindfulness to staff at Dulwich Prep London. A combination of academic research and guided practice provided compelling arguments for its place in the school community. Over 40 staff who attended (out of around 140) have since expressed their interest in attending an eight-week mindfulness course at the school – which speaks for itself.” Ed Matten, Head of Classics, Dulwich Prep London
Ed was a great pleasure to work with. He was easy to get hold of for up-front conversations, very open to discussion of the format of the event – and most importantly delivered a fantastic talk exactly as promised with great content and expertly handled audience participants and Q&A session. Mark Williamson, Action for Happiness.
Very interesting and informative – Ed is inspiring. RSA Insurance group PLC, Participant.
“Ed is an engaging and knowledgeable speaker, and his talk proved extremely popular amongst staff, who turned out in numbers to listen to him. He shared his wealth of knowledge and personal experiences of mindfulness in a way that highlighted the practical relevance of research to everyday workplace experience. Ed combines a relaxed and easygoing approach with thoughtful professionalism. I would highly recommend him.”Carmen Martinez, UNICEF UK
“I just wanted to send a little note to say a big, big thank you for being so brilliant this weekend. Everyone seemed to really enjoy and be inspired by your stories and tips, which is exactly what we were hoping for. And especially thank you for kicking off the festival’s talks – not the easiest job, but you packed out the yurt. Hopefully now we’ll have a new group of people going off and looking in to mindfulness and feeling a bit better on a day-to-day basis.” Clemmie Nettlefold, UK PR Manager, Innocent Drinks (following talk given at Innocent Unplugged Festival)
"From the outset I was confident that Ed was the right trainer for TBWA. Ed's deep understanding of Mindfulness together with his appreciation of the impact the Agency's dynamic, creative and unpredictable working environment can have on our people, combined with his calming and patient personal style was an ideal match for the Agency. It was an absolute pleasure to work with Ed." Helen Doughty, HR Director,TBWA/London
“The participants found your session extremely engaging. You gave a really good insight into mindfulness and the fact that some of the doubters recognised the benefits showed how much of an impact you made. Excellent in all categories, and it was a pleasure working with you.” Perry Funnell, Organisational Development Consultant, University College London.
"Your feedback was just wonderful, as I knew it would be." Kirsty Buck, Head of Programming, Learning, Guardian News and Media
“The session was fantastic and we've had brilliant feedback. Lots of people left their phones on their desks this lunchtime too, which was a great start to practicing what they had learnt!” Esme de Courcy, People Manager, Future Foundation
“The whole experience was very positive. Ed was a really great presenter and his presentation was perfect for beginners of working with mindfulness as well as those who had previously done so before. All the feedback we have had has been very positive and the participants enjoyed all elements of the presentation.” Amy Greenham, Lawyers on Demand
“Ed Halliwell is a fantastic workshop leader who really understands how to get the attention of the crowd and be both educational as well as entertaining. The atmosphere he created in his workshop was fantastic and people really felt held to try new skills while at the event. People commented on the accessibility of what was presented and their willingness to come back again on following days (the workshop was held over three days at the same time each day). Thank you for a really inspiring workshop – we would love to work together again.”Jana Stefanovska, Founder/Director, NOW Live Events
“We recognised that if we were going to attract our target audience to the event, we had to secure a national speaker with some gravitas. It is with great fortune that we managed to secure the services of Ed. Ed was our keynote speaker and lived up to his billing - his presentation was informative, enjoyable, thought-provoking and delivered in a professional and engaging manner. Our post-event evaluation confirmed that the presentation was a huge success.” Ian Burnitt, Local Interest Group For Mindfulness, Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire NHS
“Ed has worked with the full-time MBA students at Imperial College Business School for three consecutive years. We have been deeply impressed by the way in which he brings alive the practice of mindfulness for a professional, and often sceptical, audience. Ed is a confident and competent facilitator who we will no doubt bring back into our classrooms.” Dr Charles Donovan, Principal Teaching Fellow, Imperial Business School
“Ed, your session at the Althorp Literary Festival was just brilliant – thank you so much for it.” Earl Spencer