Performance Chemistry – How to be your own CEO (Chief Energy Officer) and mobilise energy on demand so that you sustain high performance and wellbeing.
Wellness is paramount in the future of work.
“The numbers indicate that lifestyle diseases have the potential to not only bankrupt health systems but to also put a brake on the global economy.”
Olivier Raynaud, Senior Director of Health, World Economic Forum
In order to survive and thrive, now and in the future, businesses must harness the potential of wellness by aligning work environments and cultures with workers’ personal values, motivations and wellbeing needs.
This workshop will assist each participant to own the title CEO – Chief Energy Office so that they are able to mobilise energy on demand. Celynn will also help participants to use their influence and impact to create cultures of engagement and healthy high performance, with less risk of poor health or burn out.
Participants will leave with practical insights, tools and techniques to navigate their personal wellbeing as well as ideas on how to grow a wellbeing culture within their teams and organisations, starting with leading themselves first and foremost.
Celynn’s presentation style is dynamic and interactive using simplicity at the far end of complexity. Slides are used to incorporate multimedia and engaging visuals, not as ‘death by power point’.
Key themes & Learning Outcomes:
- Explore wellbeing and how it relates to leadership and the workplace.
- Understand the science of stamina and energy management.
- Assess and self-score using the WELLculator™ (a science backed framework) that provides an insightful lifestyle metric and the elements needed to sustain wellbeing and resilience.
- Identify areas of health and performance risk.
- Commit to new behaviours using simple techniques and neuroscience-backed methodologies.
To engage participants and stimulate learning, this workshop encompasses engaging interactive exercises (for example: breathing for relaxation and postural techniques for focus), reflective practice, guided large and small group discussions, and a large group debrief.