For the past three years, I have helped companies implement mindful work practices.  Our process and lessons may be helpful to your business. As of 2018, nearly 70% of Fortune 500 companies are offering some type of mindfulness programming. The businesses I have worked with include call centers, sales development teams, marketing and ad agencies, system programmers, industrial site workers, and caregivers. What is clear to me is that creating a mindful workplace is relatively simple and highly effective in connecting people with themselves, each other, and their companies.   At one company, a supervisor received thank you notes from her team for the first time, after just one week of starting her one-on-one meetings with mindful questions and unplugged time.  They thanked her for caring about them as human beings.  She had always cared and had never been given the tools to practice engaging leadership. Most business owners and managers tell me they are interested in creating positive work experiences, yet concerned about how much time it will take. Working mindfully does not take additional time. While there is a commitment to communicate and make changes, rather than adding time to your day, we repurpose time. Workshops and introductory sessions were...