Well-being can be broadly defined as “the overall quality of experience and functioning. It comprises psychological, physical, and behavioral aspects and both hedonic (e.g., mood) and eudemonic (e.g., resilience) facets.
Although mindfulness is an individual quality, it affects interpersonal behavior and communication quality and relationships. This includes more open and active listening with increased awareness and less evaluative judgment of others
Accumulating evidence suggests the influence of mindfulness on a range of performance categories, including job, task, citizenship behaviors, deviance, and safety performance. In addition, it has positive effects on job engagement, satisfaction and reduces job burnout
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