Corporate wellbeing programme to prevent and remedy anxiety, lack of focus, sleep dysfunction and burn out.
Exhaustion, lack of sleep and anxiety is epidemic in today's workplace - particularly at senior levels. At best this leads to low motivation, lack of focus and low productivity; at worst, total burnt out.
The Resilient Leader corporate wellbeing programme is a tailored training and support initiative for overwhelmed executives, managers and senior leaders who want to improve and protect their personal health and lead motivated, healthy teams.
Building personal resilience and harnessing the body's natural relaxation processes is essential if today’s workplace challenges are to be overcome. By effectively calming the nervous system we can increase energy and transform our ability to cope under pressure. By bringing more awareness and compassion to our working day we can identify patterns of behaviour and enhance our levels of functioning.
Creating emotional, physical and mental wellbeing is the very first step towards motivated, sustainable high performance.
For managers who appreciate the value of this training we offer Resilient in the Workplace - a group training programme designed to improve employee health and wellbeing by equipping them with the powerful relaxation and emotional intelligence training found in our Resilient Leader program.
The program is delivered in a distance learning format with live online support. The material is particularly suited to working environments where staff may be sceptical about meditation practice. In such cases we introduce mindfulness simply as a psychological tool, grounded in neuroscience, and provide a suitable range of alternative tools and strategies to bring about relaxation and improved performance.
It doesn’t matter what business or service you’re in — to get the right results, you need to get your people working right. Thinking on their feet. Identifying and solving tough problems. Adapting to rapid change and working together as a powerful team.
When your people perform at their peak, they’re more productive, so targets are met quickly and smoothly. They’re more focused and more efficient, so expenditure is minimised. There’s less conflict so work is more enjoyable.
The popularity of mindfulness and resilience training has exploded in recent years in almost every sector including schools, universities, hospitals, corporations, and government. A large body of research now demonstrates conclusively that workplace training in mindfulness and resilience can lead to: