MindCul was founded in 2018 to help people and organisations act more mindfully, allowing them to respond with greater wisdom and compassion to new situations as they arise.
MindCul does this by working with all levels of an organisation to define, and then implement a mindful culture within the respective organisation.
MindCul itself tries to act in a way that is best summed up by Lou Holtz (US College Football Coach):
………follow three rules: Do the right thing, do the best you can, and always show people you care
Cormac Lynch has a MSc in Mindfulness-based approaches and has been teaching mindfulness to groups in the USA, UK and Ireland for over four years. He has an MBA from Stanford University and over 30 years experience working in the finance, oil and not-for-profit sectors, holding CEO positions in several organisations. He has also started (and closed down) a number of for-profit and not-for-profit entities.
In addition to his mindfulness and business qualifications, he has a 1st class honours degree in Engineering from Trinity College Dublin and an MSc in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College London. He is a guest lecturer on University College Dublin’s (UCD) Diploma on Child Mental Health.
Membership and Certification
Cormac Lynch is a member, and has been certified by the Mindfulness Teachers Association of Ireland (MTAI) and the UK Network for Mindfulness-based Teacher Training Organisations and he adheres to their professional guidelines.
MindCul has worked with a number of national and international organisations in the area of Mindfulness training.