Day 1: Wednesday, October 7, 9am – Noon
Day 2: Thursday, October 8, 9am – Noon
Nick worked as a non-fiction TV producer for all the major broadcast networks as well as the top cable channels including History, Discovery, Smithsonian, A&E and PBS. But it was as Show Runner of the National Geographic hit series Border Wars that Nick began his journey from embedded war zone filmmaker to mindfulness based resiliency trainer to law enforcement. His 4 years at the US/MX border allows him to speak with authority about the secular and contemplative tools used to ease personal suffering.
Today’s workforce face increasing demands and myriad distractions. With no tools to combat them stress levels rise, creativity wanes, morale suffers. The result, decreased productivity; increased employee burnout.
Because mindfulness has proven to be a viable tool for employee stress management and self-care its entered the workplace from Silicon Valley to legacy manufacturing companies. Benefits from this practice can redound to the health of the entire organization, encouraging compassionate communications that enhanced workplace relationships.
Across the country in police agencies this training has been a game changer for building officer resilience in the face of occupational stress and trauma. While it’s offered in the context of the Warrior Ethos, we emphasize the positive impact this practice can have on an officer’s family life as well, allowing for a more equitable work/life balance.
Learn more about Nick at his website.