We work closely with local Universities and leading experts in the field and have a unique knowledge exchange partnership with Stanford University’s Centre for Compassion and Altruism Research (CCARE) attached to the School of medicine.
Founded in 2008 by Dr Jim Doty clinical professor of neurosurgery, author and entrepreneur, the centre aims to promote, support and conduct rigorous scientific studies of mindfulness, compassion and altruistic behaviour, advancing knowledge and providing pragmatic solutions to everyday, real world problems.
Our approach to mindfulness is firmly grounded in practice. We offer pragmatic mindful and compassionate solutions to workplace wellbeing, delivering evidence-based high quality interventions, mindfulness training, themed workshops and teaching programmes that are tailored to meet the individual needs of customers and clients across a variety of sectors and contexts.
We apply the foundational theoretical-contemplative principles of mindfulness and compassion to help understand society-wide, socio-political and ethno-cultural conflict, and through compassionate-based practice, facilitate open-minded, healthy dialogue towards reconciliation, peaceful, flourishing and resilient societies.
As an integral part of and working alongside Inspire Workplaces, Knowledge and Leadership and Students, our highly innovative and radical approach is at the cutting edge of contemporary thinking on organisational culture and employee performance and development - helping to lead the way in reshaping wellbeing within workplaces and beyond.