How many New Year resolutions have you kept? Maybe you made a pledge with yourself to do more exercise and get fit, eat healthier, drink less alcohol or make changes to your work schedule to improve your work-life balance. The chances are you made some, or even lots of promises to yourself at the beginning of January to make healthy changes in 2016. But maybe you’re finding your new habits challenging to stick to, if so you’re not alone!
There are literally hundreds of habits that benefit your health and energy and hundreds that have a negative impact.
CEOs, Directors and HR of forward thinking organisations now recognise that creating a healthy, energised workforce is no longer a nice to have, but an essential ingredient to drive high performance, engagement and retention as well as keeping staff absence to a minimum.
Since 2004 we have been helping organisations to thrive by coaching their employees to improve their energy and to be the best they can be. During this time we have refined the following ingredients, which we have found are essential for creating change.
The big issue on every company's agenda is staff engagement. Essentially creating a workforce where employees are fully committed to the organisation, where they actually want to get out of bed in the morning and go to work.
Over the past 7 years since the credit crunch and recession, we have witnessed an increase in stress in the workplace. This stress is a growing problem for HR as it increases staff absence and staff turnover, while impacting on engagement and productivity.
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Mindfulness truly is the key to the problems we face with our modern way of living. It can help us to unlock the door to greater health, energy, happiness and performance.
Our mission is to work with innovative organisations to increase business performance by coaching their people to improve their energy. We do this via our workshops, webinars, podcasts, energy events and motivational talks.