The first quarter (Q1) of each year in business is significant and important, as it can set the pace and tone for the year ahead. Q1 can provide the foundation from which to base the rest of the year by creating short-term objectives that will feed into the overall strategy and vision for your business.
The benefits of coaching your employees to be the best they can be both mentally and physically are clear to see for staff and the organisation; increasing employee engagement, resilience, retention and productivity reduces absence due to poor health.
A healthy, energised and resilient workforce is key to achieve sustainable high performance reduce absenteeism, and give you the ability to attract and retain top talent.
Back pain is one of the most common causes of sickness absence with over 80% of the population suffering with back pain at some point in their lives.
Over the years we have run resilience programmes for hundreds of organisations within many different industries. However, there is one industry I’d like to cover in terms of it’s need for a resilient workforce and that is law firms.
The UK has some of the longest working hours in Europe but this does not always translate into increased business productivity. In fact, the growing hyper-responsive work culture often causes employees to spend more time tending to their email inbox rather than working effectively on their important work or projects.
The biggest mistake people make when looking to improve their health and energy is what I call the “more knowledge epidemic”. You can get tricked into thinking more knowledge is the answer.
Is your breakfast routine in need of an overhaul? Many people think breakfast is a meal you can miss. Or maybe you are stuck in the habit of grabbing a quick bowl of cereal or toast. These types of food are high in sugar and cause blood sugar crashes later in the day leading to low energy, fatigue, low mood headaches and more sugar cravings.
At some time in our lives, it’s likely that we will have to use some level of leadership skills. What qualities do great leaders have to make them truly successful?