In recent times, organizations are looking for new and better ways of engaging their employees and obtaining the highest level of performance from staff, plus a myriad of engagement programs and surveys. These organizations are still challenged with ensuring the wellbeing of employees not only in the workplace but also out of the workplace.
The reason for this is that they started to realize that holistic wellness is determined not only within the work environment but also the balance between work and life. And organizations are starting to realize that they have to play a bigger role in the bigger picture of an employee’s life and wellbeing in order to ensure that their physical output at work are the best that they can be.
In my talks to members of the New South Wales Business Chamber (NSWBC), I addressed CEOs, HR directors and HR Managers from these organizations on how they can implement wellness as a high performance strategy for their organization. I covered a number of aspects including Personal Wellness Diagnostic where attendees spent 10 minutes scoring their own wellbeing using our proprietary wellness tool.
I encourage you to give this tool a go as it only takes 10 minutes and it immediately gives a snapshot of your personal wellbeing. It also then guides you as to some of the actions that you need to take in order to restore your wellbeing and give yourself the best chance of performing at a high level.
In addition, if you are a CEO, HR Manager or HR Director, I’ve also attached the slides from my presentation at the NSWBC which you can view and utilize the information to help you with implementing a wellness program that delivers the best results for your employees.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’d be happy to spend 30 minutes with you on how you can use the information to best enhance the lives and performance of your employees.
Finally, I’d also like to mention that I was recently invited to join a group of technology entrepreneurs in San Francisco who have created this app called Audvisor. This app has incredible bits of audio advice for executives on a whole variety of topics including wellness, but also on high performance, innovation, management, marketing and various other aspects of business.
I highly encourage you to download this app as it’s free and incredibly useful to broaden your horizon and explore new areas of advice.
Once again, if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me.