MINDFULNESS IN THE WORKPLACE – Call for participants

By | May 16, 2012

We are currently carrying out an online study investigating the role of mindfulness in the workplace. This is a first step of a new research project studying the potential benefits of mindfulness practice in the workplace.

Initially, we want to find out whether there is a relationship between dispositional mindfulness and several psychological factors that are relevant in the workplace.

If you are currently in fulltime employment, please consider completing this 15-minute online survey.

It would also be great if you could pass on this call to friends or colleagues or post it to other sites or mailing lists. Please spread it as widely as possible.

As we know that levels of mindfulness do not only depend on whether somebody meditates or not, we are looking for people who do meditate and also for people who do not – and may never – meditate.

Participants can even win one of five amazon vouchers worth £20 (or the equivalent in USD/EUR).

Thank you!

Follow this link for further information and to get to the online questionnaire:

http://www.ljmu.ac.uk/mindfulness/120973.asp

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