Mindfulness, Stress and Resilience


07 July, 2021

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm BST


Mindfulness, Stress and Resilience

Location: Virtual

  • Format


  • Type


  • Duration

    1 hour

Join this webinar to hear from experienced mindfulness practitioner, Simon Des-Etages, on the use of mindfulness to manage stress and improve resilience.

Product information


Simon believes that mindfulness is critical tool in maintaining mental and physical well-being. He will discuss the growing adverse impact on employees of the call for greater productivity in cost reducing and resource challenged environments, the increasing demands and distractions that generate stress and the tool available for reducing stress and creating greater resilience.

As part of this webinar, Simon will run a 15/20 minutes guided meditation which will provide an opportunity to experience, first-hand, mindfulness meditation and its benefits and also create an opportunity for participants to learn the fundamentals of mindfulness meditation with a view to developing their own practice.

Speaker Details

Simon Des-Etages is an attorney with 30+ years of legal practice experience, and is currently transitioning into the role of Head of Legal for HSBC Global Private Banking. He started his career in the UK and has lived in New York for the last 22 years. His mindfulness practice started 20 years ago after attending the Landmark Forum. He is a reiki practitioner, a member of the Maharishi Foundation and transcendental meditation practitioner, is a Mindfulness Champion for HSBC and has run mindfulness focused health and well-being sessions for over a thousand HSBC employees globally and for a number of other organizations. Simon is also very active in the DEI space both within and outside of HSBC.

Professional development

All learning resources available in the CGMA Store qualify for CPD for CIMA members.

Duration:1 hour
Access:This is a live event. You will receive information about the location, materials, and attendance after purchasing.

Return and refund policy

Programme outline

Start time - 5.30pm BST End time - 6.30pm BST