Mindfulness and the transfer of training

Hyland, Lee, and Mills (2015) make a strong case for research and practice on mindfulness within the industrial–organizational community. Their main argument is that mindfulness has the potential to provide physical, psychological, and performance benefits to employees and organizations. However, to realize these benefits, organizations must first provide mindfulness training programs to their employees. Along these lines they note that some organizations have established mindfulness training programs to enhance employee well-being, and some firms specialize in providing workplace mindfulness training.