Many of the large tech companies have adopted regular Mindfulness workshops as part of their health and wellbeing policies over the years, continually showing a high uptake of this type of training amongst staff, as well as a variety of short- and long-term benefits to their employees . One of the most successful case studies of Mindfulness at work can be seen at Google HQ.
Since 2007, Google has implemented an internal mindfulness training course entitled “Search Inside Yourself” created by ex-Google engineer Chade-Meng Tan. This program adopts mindfulness techniques, leadership skills and emotional intelligence to create a non-judgemental, thriving environment for individuals to work within. 
Since Google has adopted mindfulness as a mainstay of their wellbeing policy, psychometric tests have revealed staff empathy, self-rumination, self-perceived stress and self-criticism have all significantly improved, and the satisfaction rate for this program sits at 4.7 out of 5 amongst the company. 
If we look towards tech giants such as Google, it becomes evident that mindfulness can not only have a direct impact on team effectiveness and workplace culture, but is genuinely valued by the staff undergoing the training.
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 Jansen, E. (2015). Five Big Companies Who Swear By Mindfulness
 Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute. (2021). Our Story.
 Knowledge at Wharton. (2012). Google’s Chade-Meng Tan Wants You to Search Inside Yourself for Inner (and World) Peace.