Corporate Trainings

How does mindfulness help us in the workplace?

Mindfulness boosts resilience, reduces the fear of failure, enhances creativity, improves relationships and communication, and helps you focus.

I currently offer a number of corporate and workplace trainings ranging from one-hour lunch and learn sessions to six-week mindful leadership courses. Trainings can be tailored to your unique team and business needs and can be more focused on skill-building and professional development, team building, or employee retention / reducing burnout. 

Examples of topics I have trained on include:

  • Purposeful pause: managing stress at work
  • Responding vs reacting in the workplace
  • Mindful listening and radical candor
  • Procrastination and focus
  • Perfectionism and motivation 
  • Mindfully dealing with difficulties

Please inquire about scheduling and pricing at jessicadixonmindfulness@gmail.com.


“Jessica dedicated one hour a week over five weeks to our team, teaching us mindfulness in the workplace techniques. We covered topics that were pertinent to the challenges of modern office life, but she also customized discussions and practices specifically to the needs of our team. We all ended our final session with her wanting more! Each of us had “key takeaways” that we are committed to incorporating into our work and personal lives. To say it was a transformative experience would be an understatement.”  – Tayler Stogsdill, Senior Vice President, Physician Services, Oak Street Health

“Jessica has provided mindfulness trainings for our nurse practitioner students and our faculty, as well. Jessica’s trainings helped our students to prepare for the emotional challenges of primary care and our faculty to be more mindful of leaders in the classroom and the university. Jessica brings a calming presence to her trainings that help participants feel safe and ready to engage in mindfulness practice.”  – Charlie Yingling, Associate Dean and Clinical Assistant Professor, UIC School of Nursing

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