Mindfulness is a proven and effective tool for professional development and personal growth. My group workshops build core skills to help develop healthy attitudes, communication, and leadership in the workplace.
Giving and Receiving Feedback
Stress and Energy Management
Attitudes & Entitlement
Culture of Learning & Prototype Thinking
A partial list of organizations I’ve worked with: AOL, Columbia University, Nikon Precision, Dropbox, Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, McKesson, Calm.com, Factory X, General Assembly, Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, WeWork, Hive Global Leaders Program, Beverly Hills Bar Association, Lawline, Hustle Con, ConnectorCon, Calvin Klein Performance, Symantec.
Kim Nicol, J.D., is a meditation teacher and mindfulness workshop leader. Her work has helped thousands of people find more calm in everyday moments.
A former lawyer, Kim’s practical approach and calming presence have made her a favorite among successful and driven people who want to live fully and deepen their self-awareness and presence. She is a former willPower Method Teacher Trainer and has studied with Dina Amsterdam, founder of InnerYoga and Leadership Within. Her primary meditation teacher since 2008 is Nestor Perez.
She has taught at many organizations, from start-ups to Fortune 500s.
Kim is the author of Devotion: Love and the Power of Small Steps, and Offering: The Gentle Power of Mindfulness to Awaken the Love, Calm, and Wonder in Everyday Life.
I learned so much, and loved the way Kim made mindfulness relatable and practical. I've already started using some of her tips at work, and it's helping me stay calm and focused while working with stressed out clients and colleagues. She's an engaging speaker, and was great at getting everyone to participate and have fun. I would highly recommend spending time with her, I've seen an immediate impact in my life!
Kim is an engaging speaker and I learned practical tools from her workshop. She presented concept of mindfulness in a straightforward manner and used personal narratives to clearly articulate steps for cultivating mindfulness. Personally, I used to think of "mindfulness" as something achieved through yoga and meditation - making it part of a lofty and time consuming goal. Kim explained that achieving mindfulness is really about becoming more aware of our inner voice, and how such awareness empowers us to then shift our internal dialogue. Kim is extremely kind and relatable. I highly recommend attending a workshop or meeting with her individually!
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