Absolutely Jenn Marie. At Pfizer, I led weekly mindfulness meditation sessions where colleagues reported increases in focus and productivity, and a noticeable reduction in stress and distactibility.
While working in schools throughout NYC, it became clear to me that mindfulness was lacking and desperately needed to find its' place. Via weekly yoga sessions, children became more self -aware and conscious of others, having learned valuable lifelong skills (learning to be responsive rather than reactive, self -empowerment, focus and concentration, reduced impulsivity, stress and anger management, not to mention strength, flexibility and a multitude of other benefits). The principal and guidance counselor of the school I spent the most time with students still sing the praises of those classes to this day.
What organization wouldn't benefit from employees being engaged and focused, responding appropriately, managing their stress in healthy ways, and overall being happier and healthier?
There is a lot of research out on this now...Arianna Huffington captured a chunk of it in her book, Thrive.