Mindfulness

Be Non-Judgemental

Duration 27 min
Put People First

“Having good judgement” is a lovely compliment, but “being judgy” implies you’re an annoyance. Both can be appropriate ways to act in certain circumstances, but this course focuses on the underrated value of letting go of our judgements at key moments, and what that can do to help us better observe what’s happening and ultimately make wiser decisions and have better relationships with others.

It shows examples from the business and personal worlds, and includes strategies for practicing being non-judgemental ourselves.


Expected outcomes

What being non-judgemental means

The benefits of forgoing judgement and how to do so

Heightened powers of observation, more tolerance, and less stress


Developed by

Gill Hasson Mindfulness & Emotional intelligence

Gill
Hasson

  • Empathy and Emotional Intelligence
  • Mindfulness
  • Personal Wellbeing

Available languages

  • English
  • French
  • Brazilian Portuguese
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Simplified Chinese
  • Dutch
  • Turkish

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