Resilience training at Mindlight is one of the most powerful stress relief tools around, which increases company ROI. Below you will find:
- Statistics regarding the success of other companies that have invested in Resilience training,
- Statistics regarding the impact of workplace stress on organizations bottom line.
- Statistics regarding the efficacy of our method of resolving stress. This method is referred to as EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique). These statistics are from extreme examples of stress to demonstrate that these techniques are able to transform a person’s state of being drastically and quickly.
Statistics on organizations that have invested in Resilience training:
Leaders at a top-five US government agency experienced a 63% improvement in the depth and quality of their relationships with their coworkers.
At a Fortune 500 consumer products company, 100% of senior leaders experienced solid gains in their performance, including significant bottom-line improvements for their areas of responsibility.
Leaders at one of the largest US not-for-profit health systems experienced a:
- 93% improvement in their ability to handle conflict effectively.
- 57% improvement in their ability to deal effectively with change.
- 54% improvement in their ability to communicate clearly and effectively.
Senior leaders at a leading US research university experienced a 35% improvement in their ability to keep emotional outbursts from hindering their performance.
Leaders from the finance industry experienced a 30% improvement in the quality of their decision-making.
Statistics on how stress and emotional disturbances impact the workforce:
80% of the workforce in the US is affected by workplace stress.
It is estimated that employees lose an average of 1 hour of their work day to stress-related distraction. In a 100 person company where 80% of the employees are stressed that equates to losing 10 salaries a year to stress.
14% of respondents had felt like striking a coworker in the past year, but didn’t
25% have felt like screaming or shouting because of job stress, 10% are concerned about an individual at work they fear could become violent.
9% are aware of an assault or violent act in their workplace and 18% had experienced some sort of threat or verbal intimidation in the past year.
And, according to psychologist Robert Epstein, Ph.D., stress is a well-known creativity killer.
Statistics that show the efficacy of the modality we are teaching called Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT):
- Research performed by the Iraq Vets Stress Project also demonstrates the effectiveness of EFT. In a study that included 100 veterans with severe PTSD, 90 percent of the veterans had such a reduction in symptoms that they no longer met the clinical criteria for PTSD after six one-hour EFT sessions! Sixty percent no longer met PTSD criteria after just three EFT sessions. At the three-month follow-up, the gains remained stable, suggesting lasting and potentially permanent resolution of the problem.
- A quote directly from the project website states: “After 3 EFT sessions 40% of the sample (both groups) still met the clinical criteria for PTSD. This decreased to 14% after six sessions and remained stable at the 3-month follow-up. Conclusions: EFT resolved PTSD in 86% of treated patients.”
- EFT work has also proven effective with genocide survivors in Rwanda. Now, adults, these orphans experienced incredible healing. A documentary reports “trauma outbreaks were reduced by an astonishing 90% in just one year.
- Even the American Psychological Association (APA) is on board and members now formally recognize the indisputable benefits of tapping. In a critical review published in its journal Review of General Psychology, researchers found that EFT “consistently demonstrated strong effect sizes and other positive statistical results that far exceed chance after relatively few treatment sessions.”
- A 2009 study4 of 16 institutionalized adolescent boys with histories of physical or psychological abuse showed the substantially decreased intensity of traumatic memories after just ONE session of EFT.
- An EFT study5 involving 30 moderately to severely depressed college students was conducted. The depressed students were given four 90-minute EFT sessions. Students who received EFT showed significantly less depression than the control group when evaluated three weeks later.