Evidence is increasing that being, and staying, fit is essential for work performance, disease prevention, to delay ageing and to perform at your best today. But knowing fitness is important, and actually achieving it, are two different things; especially with the amount of confusing and conflicting information out there. Every week there is a new fad or exercise machine promising unrealistic results.
This workshop will enable you to develop a fitness program that will work for you, whatever your current fitness or work and family commitments. But more than that, it will give you tools and strategies to help you make exercise and a healthy lifestyle habits for lifeAt the end of this workshop participants will have the knowledge and a strategy to be fitter, healthier and more productive.
The session will cover valuable lessons gathered through working with adults of all ages, as well as explore the secrets to lasting change; what it takes to make certain behaviours a habit for life.
Surviving the climb up the corporate ladder
Successful executives, whether they work for themselves or a corporation, are often so busy looking after the business they forget to look after themselves.
While their work performance might be exceptional and the results they achieve outstanding, the cost to their health, family and long-term future is sometimes immeasurable. Stress, inadequate nutrition, poor sleep quality, strained relationships and declining fitness all contribute to reduced performance, both at work and at home.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
With the right knowledge and a realistic plan that can be integrated into a busy schedule even the hardest working professional can improve and maintain their health, fitness and performance. The challenge however, is that there is so much information from so many people who think they are experts, that it is hard to determine what will work for you.
This workshop is designed to give each participant real-life, practical information and strategies to integrate healthy, performance-boosting behaviours into their life.
If you manage or supervise other people, you know it can be difficult to have conversations with staff about their work performance or issues affecting the workplace.
Even when staff are performing well, knowing what to compliment and how to do it effectively is a challenge. Not to mention the stress of talking to staff when they aren’t meeting expectations.
Too many management courses dance around the real issue of communicating with employees. Regardless of your employee’s personality, communication preference and learning style if you don’t know when to talk to them, what to say and how to say it, you won’t be effective in optimizing their performance.
This program provides Managers and Supervisors with clarity about when to talk with staff, what to say to them and how to say it.