At Germany’s SAP, employee mindfulness leads to higher profits | Reuters


“It’s the new jogging,” said Peter Bostelmann, who now runs a global mindfulness program at SAP. “Employees are more healthy and more engaged and they can cope better with a changing world.”

Now SAP (SAPG.DE) is rolling out mindfulness training to all 22,000 German staff and offering consulting services to other firms.

It teaches them to pay attention to the present moment, and tune in to thoughts, feelings and surroundings.

Source: At Germany’s SAP, employee mindfulness leads to higher profits | Reuters

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