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1st Tuesday of the month

18:30 - 21:00

Event details:

betahaus Neukölln, Harzer Str. 39, 4th floor

Only Members: Free

Organised by: betahaus

Upcoming event dates:

February 4, 2020

March 3, 2020

April 7, 2020

May 5, 2020

7 Steps to Mindfulness at Work

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Compassion Activism

Join us in going deeper on your self-exploration, mindfulness and compassion practice. Learn new methods to build routines, communicate effectively and work in a co-creative way. Start this exciting journey now together with a supportive community!!


THE SEVEN STEPS 

On 04.02 - Step One will give you an overview on how mindfulness fits into your company context, how it can create a new business culture of co-creation and what the new leadership does look like.

On 03.03 - Step Two tackles how happiness has to do with purpose, meaningfulness and what you really want; go on a quest to find your strengths, values, vision, and passion.

On 07.04 - Step Three will help you find and deepen your own practice as well as learn new methods and techniques of mindfulness.

On 05.05 - Step Four you will create a plan how you can bring your passion and purpose into action, have a regular practice in your day-to-day (business) life, create routines and an action plan that supports you

On 02.06 - Step Five guides you to find your own voice and learn how to communicate effectively

On 07.07 - Step Six take a leap from I to WE. Working with compassion is looking out for the benefit of all – this natural style of leadership inspires people, attracts trust and instills confidence.

On 04.08 - Step Seven closes the journey by exploring how you can work in a way that motivates, inspires, and brings out the highest potential of each individual, and creates solutions that are co-created by the whole team.

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP HOLDERS

Maximilian Hild
Born in Germany, Maximilian had a difficult childhood blighted by workaholic conservatism and parental post-war trauma. It would take 29 years and taking a test together with his own daughter, until being diagnosed with very high sensory-processing sensitivity - the psychological term for hypersensitivity. Finally making sense of and marking and endpoint to the alienation felt throughout his life of toxic, codependent relationships, loneliness and depression.

Over his teen years, he sought deeper meaning which he found in Zen Buddhism and being a Yoga practitioner which had a healing effect and sparked his passion for contemporary mindfulness teaching. A series of 10-day retreats in silent meditation and studying to become a somatic therapist led him towards the more nurturing practice of self-transformation.

He made the decision to train further in mindfulness, emotional intelligence and embodiment in business, leadership and education. He’s since become a facilitator and speaker on neurological foundations of social and emotional safety as a prerequisite for learning. He’s also a coach and trainer in mindful self-leadership for the digital age. He facilitates the SIY (Search Inside Yourself) methodology, created at Google, that teaches mindfulness, neuroscience and emotional intelligence. His MCW (Mindfulness and Compassion at Work) program was created by Connected Business to take SIY a step further, helping people in business establish a personal mindfulness practice and teach how mindful self-leadership inspires and informs organisational challenges in new work. Maximilian Hild works closely with corporates, NGOs, social movements and individuals to integrate mindfulness and compassion in the workplace - and empower them about social solutions that can future proof the world. He’s also passionate about bringing mindfulness and emotional intelligence to the public school system, teaching teachers, caretakers parents and children the Art of Embodied Connection. His goal is to support the health and motivation of teams and individuals in education, businesses and NGOs in their mission to create a sustainable future. He also weaves in his love, art and knowledge of holistic and spiritual approaches into his work, helping nurture self transformation in the individuals he coaches. His vision is to champion the greater good of society and future proof the world we live in using mindful, meaningful and emotive activism.

Maximilian is certified SIY facilitator, Mindfulness in Schools paws.b facilitator, went through the Mindful Schools Curriculum and is a Certified Mediator and Somatic Therapist.

Sophie Weiser
Sophie is an ex-PR consultant and gallery co-owner turned meditation teacher and mindfulness coach. She has been practicing meditation for 10+ years and is co founder of Your Space, a retreat and workshop center in Berlin. Sophie also curates the mindfulness program at Soho House Berlin. She is a certified Hatha Yoga and meditation teacher and an internationally certified Search inside Yourself trainer.


HOW TO REGISTER
To secure your spot please register in advance by emailing to mxmln.hild@gmail.com. If you need to cancel, please have the courtesy to do it via email 24 hours before the workshop, in order to give others the opportunity to join short-term.



In this program, we bring you seven steps closer to living the life that you dream of and being the person who you aspire to be at your workplace. We will use mindfulness techniques, go on a vision quest, work in groups, and support you to create your own strategy and next steps toward integrating mindfulness in your personal and work life.

PLEASE NOTE THAT MAXIMILIAN & SOPHIE ARE CURRENTLY IN THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS FOR THIS PROGRAM AND NOT LEGALLY CONTRACTED BY THE TIME THEY START TEACHING THE 7 STEPS.

THEIR TEACHING TO THE BETAHAUS COMMUNITY ALSO SERVES THE PURPOSE FORUS TO BE ABLE OF SPARRING THEIR NEWEST PRODUCT. ALTHOUGH IT IS UNLIKELY YOU WOULD HAVE NOTICED YOURSELF, THEY STILL FEEL OBLIGED TO SHARE THIS WITH YOU AND THAT THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION.

1st Tuesday of the month

18:30 - 21:00

Event details:

betahaus Neukölln, Harzer Str. 39, 4th floor

Only Members: Free

Organised by: betahaus

Upcoming event dates:

February 4, 2020

March 3, 2020

April 7, 2020

May 5, 2020

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