Younger Next Year
- To examine the new science of ageing (epigenetics) and how to reverse the ageing and biological clock so that participants can in fact be ‘Younger Next Year’ from a biological, physical and energy perspective.
- To complete two very short questionnaires on executive health behaviours and lifestyle and cardiac risk (three – five minutes).
- To map the emotional landscape (practical) and identify stressors and ways of dealing with them in order to optimise performance (practical).
- To compare the ‘corporate versus the Olympic athlete’ and gain insight into long term energy management especially with the Olympics (2012) looming. Designing your own CAP (Corporate Athlete Plan) for the future (practical).
- ‘Younger Next Year’ (practical) working in pairs identifying six commitments that participants are going to make to ‘turn back the clock’ (practical). The participants will then be encouraged to monitor each other throughout the oncoming 12 months.
- The Bucket List. Based on the above and with the goal of improving wellbeing and ‘turning back the clock’ create a list of key things participants wish to do that are wellbeing and health related and not just business related.
A three to four hour workshop broken into five – six sections with a significant practical element where participants will be encouraged to work together towards improved wellbeing goals which ultimately will make them feel ‘Younger Next Year’. PowerPoint slides, flipcharts and hand-outs will be used and working in pairs and groups in a practical sense will be required.
This workshop is also suitable in a retreat setting.