An app for managing your mental energy!
Because taking the time to breathe is increasingly difficult…
We all face high-pressure situations at work, such as speaking in front of an audience, leading a meeting about a sensitive subject, defusing a conflict, conducting a negotiation, preparing a presentation, etc. To overcome these kind of daily challenges requires determination, self-confidence, concentration, memory, and verbal and non-verbal communication skills.
…We believe in the phrase ‘think better to work better’
My Mental Training Pro® was born out of a desire to help you make better use of your cognitive and emotional resources to meet the growing demands of the work world. As a multilingual library, the app offers short audio and video exercises in the form of guided visualisation and meditation techniques, giving you the tools to combine performance and serenity.
The exercises are designed to help you make better use of your mental and emotional energy by renowned specialists from several disciplines, such as mental preparation methods for high-level athletes, Cognitive Psychology, Mindfulness and Meditation, Relaxation Therapy, Auto-Hypnosis or NLP. By increasing creativity, learning ability and memory and the quality of communication, these exercises ultimately lead to more positive professional relationships.
An app available for everyone at anytime
The app My Mental Training Pro® offers short exercises with immediate benefits and can be combined with in-company workshops and conferences. Easy and quick to set up for numerous workers, the app has also been translated into several languages, which makes it adaptable to companies of all sizes. Here at Business Digest, our whole team is using it!
To read in Business Digest :
Based on Mindful Work: How Meditation is Changing Business from the Inside Out by David Gelles (Profile Books, January 2015), Search Inside Yourself: The Unexpected Path to Achieving Success, Happiness (and World Peace) by Chade-Meng Tan (HarperOne, April 2014), “Mindfulness, Meditation, Wellness and Their Connection to Corporate America’s Bottom Line” by Arianna Huffington (Huffington Post, March 2013), “Mindfulness Helps You Become a Better Leader” by Bill George (Harvard Business Review, October 2012), “There Are Risks to Mindfulness at Work” by David Brendel (Harvard Business Review, February 2015).
To experience with Business Digest :
Gaël Allain will speak on the theme “Think better, work less” on March 24th at 7pm.
HR Lab meetings are reserved for a professional community of in-company HR development managers.
For more information, contact us.