ROI Mindfulness provides mindfulness programs designed to reduce the impact of workplace stress and improve workplace fulfillment.

ROI Mindfulness provides mindfulness programs designed to reduce the impact of workplace stress and improve workplace fulfillment.

Creating a More Positive, Productive Environment

Your team will be given evidence-based practices to cope with daily stressors. By helping your team members cultivate a sense of ease while navigating through the myriad of distractions, dissonant relationships and the numbers by which many are measured, the practice of mindfulness will help foster a more focused, productive, connected, fulfilled employee who transcends the work place.

Work...

  • ...can be a passion and provide a sense of purpose.
  • ...can be a place to achieve great personal success.
  • ...can be a place for personal growth and long-term fulfillment.
  • ...can be a place to connect with a team and foster important relationships.

"Mindfulness has had a greater impact on my life than anything. Life happens. Minds think. Thankfully, neither will ever change; however, mindfulness gives me what nothing else could, and that is the ability to see that there are choices in every situation. That, to me, is freedom."

Endless emails, meetings, evolving technology and various distractions have us operating in high-gear.

Operating on auto-pilot and paying partial-attention contribute to disengagement. Our brains are required to switch back and forth between competing priorities. The inability to focus on just one thing at a time leads to reactivity, resulting in:

  • Difficulty performing tasks
  • Higher levels of stress
  • Decreased time management
  • Lack of focus
  • Lack of engagement
  • Dissatisfaction

94% Workplace Stress

2017 ComPsych Study shows majority of employees are highly stressed. 59% High levels of stress. 35% constant but manageable stress.

40% Loss of Productivity

Multi-tasking can add up to a loss of 40% of productivity.
-The American Psychological Association

35% Offer Mindfulness Training

According to a 2017 survey by Fidelity Investments and National Business Group on Health reports 35% of employers responding offered Mindfulness Training programs in 2017 26% were considering it in the future.

200% ROI

SAP employee participants in a mindfulness program statistically improved in critical areas including wellness, focus, decrease in stress, collaboration correlated directly to business outcomes on which they could put a dollar value = 200 percent return of investment.

$2,000 Healthcare Savings

Aetna saved $2,000 per employee in healthcare costs by implementing a mindfulness program.

$3,000 in Productivity

Aetna gained $3,000 per employee in productivity by implementing a mindfulness program.

Creating a more engaged workplace culture gives people a sense of satisfaction and purpose.

Mindfulness can help individuals become more purpose driven, connected and engaged resulting in greater fulfillment.

Mindfulness helps workers implement the practice of paying attention on purpose, focusing on one thing at a time. Mindfulness helps individuals create space between thought and reaction enabling them to contemplate, reflect and make conscious deliberate decisions.

Being more present within oneself and with others, leads to greater, awareness, empathy, focus and ultimately engagement and satisfaction. A more engaged team can lead to:
  • Higher productivity
  • Increased job satisfaction
  • Higher retention
  • Greater well-being

ROI Mindfulness will work with you to understand your people and culture strategy to craft a customized and secular program to align with your goals. ROI Mindfulness offers:

Guided Meditation

Seminars

Workshops

Companies We Work With:

Like many, I have experienced the peaks and valleys of life in the corporate world. I have over 25 years’ as a quota-carrying national and regional sales professional for both private and public corporations in the hospitality and technology sectors.  Like many, I have ridden the various economic storms, leadership changes, mergers, acquisitions, downsizing, transitions from public to private, Acts of God, performance reviews, KPIs, great mentors, not so great mentors, workplace cultures with every type of morale and the myriad of variables that can impact one’s relationship with work.

6 years ago, after completing over 25 marathons, 6 ultra-marathons and countless half marathons, as well as leading 4-6 indoor cycling classes a week, I suffered a serious spinal injury. I found myself facing chronic pain and an impaired ability to walk as a result. It’s as if the life I knew had stopped. The injury, along with extenuating circumstances held me captive in a constant state of anxiety, “Fight, Flight or Freeze”, about the future, my health and my careerAfter recovering from back surgery and returning to the workforce, I was able to talk myself out of some of my fears; however, I was never fully able to talk myself out of this constant internal “buzz” of nerves and anxiety that seemed to escalate with work related stress.

“How was it that I could run a marathon, complete it without a shadow of a doubt, fly around the country to meet with C-Suite Executives of Fortune 500 enterprises, present to a room full of strangers, receive accolades as a top performer and now I shake at the thought of picking up the phone to call a prospect?”


All the podcasts and books in the world didn’t seem to help. Even the return to vigorous workouts only provided a temporary respite until I learned that stress is a physiological experience and I wasn’t going to be able to talk myself out of it. After learning about Mindfulness, I decided to explore it.

I thought meditation was way too passive for someone with my high energy. After experiencing the benefits professionally and personally from a disciplined, daily practice, I am inspired to dedicate my career to introducing mindfulness practices at work.

Like many, I have experienced the peaks and valleys of life in the corporate world. I have over 25 years’ as a quota carrying national and regional sales professional for both private and public corporations in the hospitality and technology sectors.  Like many, I have ridden the various economic storms, leadership changes, mergers, acquisitions, downsizing, transitions from public to private, Acts of God, performance reviews, KPIs, great mentors, not so great mentors, workplace cultures with every type of morale and the myriad of variables that can impact one’s relationship with work.

Six years ago, after completing over 25 marathons, 6 ultra-marathons and countless half marathons, as well as leading 4-6 indoor cycling classes a week, I suffered a serious spinal injury. I found myself facing chronic pain and an impaired ability to walk as a result. It’s as if the life I knew had stopped. The injury, along with extenuating circumstances held me captive in a constant state of anxiety, “Flight, Fright or Freeze”, about the future, my health and my career.

After recovering from back surgery and returning to the workforce, I was able to talk myself out of some of my fears; however, I was never fully able to talk myself out of this constant internal “buzz” of nerves and anxiety that seemed to escalate with work related stress.

“How was it that I could run a marathon, complete it  without a shadow of a doubt, fly around the country to meet with C-Suite Executives of Fortune 500 enterprises, present to a room full of strangers, receive accolades as a top performer and now I shake at the thought of picking up the phone to call a prospect?”


All the podcasts and books in the world didn’t seem to help. Even the return to vigorous workouts only provided a temporary respite until I learned that stress is a physiological experience and I wasn’t going to be able to talk myself out of it. After learning about Mindfulness, I decided to explore it.

I thought meditation was way too passive for someone with my high energy. After experiencing the benefits professionally and personally from a disciplined, daily practice, I am inspired to dedicate my career to introducing mindfulness practices at work.

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Client Testimonials

"Success in any work today isn't just about getting the work done, it's about supporting the people who do the work. Shelley's ability to integrate mindfulness practices into the workplace fills a critical gap toward achieving organizational health and sustainability."

Jeff Ikler

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Quetico Career and Leadership Coaching

"Thank you so much for guiding us through a great workshop! We would LOVE to have you again in 2019".

Britney Lukowski

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Lululemon Baltimore Harbor East

Shelley Brown lifts people up to their fullest potential. Blending her own powerful stories, well-researched mindfulness exercises, and heartfelt compassion for the struggles of corporate life, Shelley consistently connects with people in meaningful, authentic ways which both inspires and informs. I highly recommend her for any company wanting to increase their ROI and happiness at the same time.

Sean Fargo

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Mindfulness Exercises

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