Energy and resilience are key for sustainable performance, as well as your overall long-term health. Building resilience improves our ability to cope with stress, pressure and crisis situations. Resilient people are able to thrive in all areas of their life, even during times of pressure. But resilience isn’t inherited; it’s something that is created and strengthened through managing your energy habits.
The modern workplace provides many opportunities to work smartly but office distractions, increasing work demands and never ending to-do-lists can stifle our effectiveness, impact performance and impact our ability to achieve our goals.
With the Brexit challenges ahead, creating a resilient high performing workforce has become an essential ingredient to deal with the constant changes and demands in today’s workplace.
There are many levels of energy and mental health; some people are very clearly struggling with low energy and suffering with mental health related issues such as burn out, anxiety or depression. While for others their challenges maybe more mild such as lacking motivation, mental fatigue or mild anxiety.
Back pain is the largest single cause of physical disability in the UK and is one of the most common causes of sickness absence. Today's increasingly sedentary lifestyles are often to blame, including office-based desk jobs that mean sitting for long periods contributing to poor posture and leading to chronic back, shoulder, neck and hip problems.
In a world of transparency, where employees and ex-employees can anonymously post their feelings about their company or ex company on sites such as glassdoor.com, it has never been more important to foster great employee engagement to support your brand as a great employer.
There is a clear link between improving employee health and energy and organisational performance and success. To achieve high performance in these times of change, organisations must be able to adapt and create an environment and culture for employees to thrive.
There are currently many economic and environmental pressures for organisations and their employees that impacts performance and business success.
We spend more of our time working than doing anything else. However, a recent employee survey found that only 37% of employees enjoyed where they work and two thirds of employees felt under work pressure from their employer. Poor work relationships, job pressure and job satisfaction greatly impact on employee health, performance and staff retention.