Be Mindful of Corona - Mindfulness for Boosting Resilience and Dealing with Uncertainty By Dana Zelicha
How can mindfulness help us navigate the anxiety and uncertainty during the Coronavirus period?
If you’re feeling extra anxiety these days due to the COVID-19, you’re not alone. This pandemic has us all facing more stress and uncertainty than usual, and has also shown us how connected we really are. Viewed through the lens of interconnectedness, practicing mindfulness is not only an effective way to care for ourselves, but a way to care for EVERYONE around us.
Dana Zelicha is an organizational psychologist, a world-renowned mindfulness consultant and the founder of Bee Mindful and OWBA, a mindfulness consultancy endorsed by the London School of Economics. Dana holds an MSc in Social and Organizational Psychology from LSE, as well as an MBA from the IDC Herzliya and has contributed to numerous titles such as The Economist, The Daily Mail, Health & Fitness and HR News.
Dana offers practical tools for peak performance and well being such as Mindful Meetings, Unitasking and Mindful Phoning in line with her results-driven approach, while rolling out research to assess the impact of her programs on mental health and productivity measurements. Her unique methodologies have been developed through extensive academic research and testing, and have been scientifically proven to improve wellbeing, leadership skills and overall team productivity.