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mindfulness meditation PRACTICES


How would you or your team want to show up in the workplace?

Using a combination of simple Monastic practices and Mindfulness Stress-Based Reduction (MBSR) techniques, develop the ability to manage anxiety and stresses in the workplace by connecting with your inner self to drive your moment-to-moment potential.

This creates greater awareness and an ability to bring an empathic energy to others in the workplace, including day-to-day tasks enabling you to move through the working day with confidence, and to show up as your best self, with ease and a fresh approach.

leadership listening


Listen to the whole person.

Being able to listen is a critical leadership skill, and often at the heart of the workplace challenges.

Employing Emotional Intelligence (EI) and latest thinking on Deep Self-Awareness (DSA), Leadership Listening takes you through different levels of listening in an experiential way, such that you’ll be self-challenged to put these simple practices to use, with immediate results.

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Want to get to the heart of the matter?


Open Conversations (OC’s) are an interactive conversational experience involving the whole of the human being (physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual), where a person (or members of a team) feel psychologically safe, to be vulnerable, to share space, and to be listened to, without judgement.


OC’s are used to unearth new meanings and discover emerging insights for clarity of direction, leading to greater personal and team accountability.

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Mindfulness COACHING for Performance

  • 1:1 COACHING​



As human beings, we are made up of the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects, intricately connected together to form who we are as  unique individuals.


Using monastic insights, mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR) techniques, and a neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) approach, Jude offers a unique coaching experience that facilitates clients deep self-awareness to discover hidden blind-spots. This has deep liberating effects intra-personally - in terms of how they understand what is happening within, and inter-personally - in terms of their relationships with others, thereby creating space for clarity, discovery of potential, and an emerging ability to see from different perspectives 


Click links below to learn more about each individual service:


- 1-2-1 coaching 
- Group coaching 

- Mentoring

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Jude-Martin brings along with his facilitation approach 20 +years experience working with people, including 7 years as a monk.


He uses deep listening and an attentive focus to bring light to different perspectives, and to what comes up. He provides simple strategies for managing these leading to intra-personal and inter-personal change. This in turn leads to better communication and communicating, individual and group clarity, and the awareness and motivation to take the next steps. 


Options include:


- Facilitation
- Training 
- Lecturing (undergraduate & postgraduate)
- Tutoring (undergraduate & postgraduate). *Includes a 1-2-1 option.

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thought leadership

Jude-Martin's thought interests are in the areas of Emotional Intelligence (Goleman, 1995, Freedman, 2019), Mindfulness (Kabat-Zinn, 2013); Stage Development (Kegan, 1982; 1994), and Leadership and Self-Actualisation Psychology (Maslow, 1971; Hall, 2008), combined with a passion for mental hygiene, meditation, and self-regulation practices. 


He is currently researching toward a PhD in Emotional Intelligence, Deep Self-Awareness, and Transformational Leadership, at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney, Australia. 

Follow Jude-Martin's thoughts on this site and via the monthly newsletter, where he publishes articles, videos, and sign-post topics of interest.


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