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Mindfulness Interventions at work: A review, critical reflection and outlook for the future

Mindfulness Interventions at work: A review, critical reflection and outlook for the future
When
Wednesday, 30 Mar 2022, 05:30 pm–07:00 pm
Venue
Zoom (Online)
Speaker Details

Annika Nübold

Annika Nübold Annika Nübold is Assistant Professor at the Department of Work and Social Psychology at Maastricht University in the Netherlands. In her research, she focusses on leadership, personality dynamics at work, and positive psychological interventions, such as mindfulness training. She is particularly interested in identifying the factors that make people flourish and grow at work. In her studies, she applies a variety of research methods, including diary designs, interventions, experiments, and qualitative interviews. Her work has been published in top-tier journals in the field, such as Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, The Leadership Quarterly, and Journal of Business and Psychology.
Series
TY Lee Mindfulness Lecture Series
Open To
SMU Community; Public
Event Synopsis

Interest in mindfulness and mindfulness-based interventions in the context of work has increased exponentially over the past 10 years, both in research and practice. More and more organizations offer mindfulness trainings to their workforce to foster workplace functioning and promote well-being. But how successful are these interventions and which domains benefit the most? This talk will provide an evidence-based overview on the effectiveness of mindfulness interventions at work, will deep dive into the topics of well-being, personality and leadership and, will close with a critical reflection and outlook for the future.