Building a culture of employee well-being is key because… A healthy team is a high performing team
´´Almost three-quarters (£68bn) of this loss could be attributed to poor mental health and unhealthy lifestyle choices´´
(Britain´s Healthiest Workplace Study)
´´Employees take an average of four days off per year for sick time, but admitted to being unproductive an average of 57.5 days a year. Presenteeism costs business 10 times more than absenteeism´´
When was the last time your employees felt inspired?
Employees are more productive, motivated, focused, and happy at work when they feel good and empowered. However, while trying to manage a high-intensity workplace with a fast-pace and high-pressure environment, higher demands and irregular working hours, it is more difficult to find the time to achieve one´s well-being goals. Creating an on-site culture of well-being in the corporate sector is paramount as the majority of an employee’s time is spent at the workplace.
To achieve it, one of the most influential ways according to Gallup are the managers. In companies where managers discuss, promote well-being, the chances of employees getting engaged and involved is greater.
What are the benefits of creating a culture of well-being in the corporate sector?
Reduced illness and absenteeism
Improved Employee’s health and nutritional well-being, and increased morale
Increased focus, motivation, and commitment
Increased performance and productivity
Increased staff retention
Increased shared interests amongst staff
Saved recruitment/agency costs
Reduced health insurance costs
I am a registered nutritional therapist nutrition consultant, and well-being coach with over 15 years´ lived key expertise in the fields of stress, burn-out and fatigue within intellectually and physically demanding industries. I work with companies globally to find the best fit for their business culture.
I design nutrition and lifestyle-based programmes that will ensure lasting changes in health, resilience and well-being.
Managers and Teams´
Well-Being & Resilience Programme
Studies show losing one´s purpose can have a detrimental effect. I work with with managers and their teams so they can discover their Ikigai. It is a Japanese concept calling one to draw on their passions, talents, and skills to identify their role and meaning within society. It can extend to a collective purpose, shared goals and values of the organisation and its people.
I combine nutritional and lifestyle strategies with motivational coaching to create the right plans for managers and their teams. I coach them so they can find the ongoing motivation and commitment to follow through.
“Without organisational purpose, your employees are simply putting in time. Their minds might be engaged, but their hearts will not be”
Stuart Taylor, CEO and founder of Springfox
Engagement, inspiration, awareness, self-realisation, motivation, support, and strategy are the keys to creating a successful well-being culture.
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