SHIFT FROM SURVIVAL MODE TO PERFORMANCE MODE
Who is taking care of your business? Are your employees tired, foggy, unmotivated? Are you seeing inefficiency and mindless mistakes? Are leaders irritable and impatient because they’re stressed, hungry, low blood-sugar, dehydrated? Are teams unproductive and mentally exhausted because they were not able to take a break in order to stretch, walk for 5 minutes, or even remember to breathe?
You know the signs! It is a business run in survival mode.
What if your leaders, your employees, your corporate culture was run in performance mode instead? How would a corporate culture of self-care help your business achieve not only individual health, but also organizational health?
think - engage - act
The 3 Key Ingredients for sustainable performance
Three key ingredients form the core foundation of the work I do with individuals, teams, and organizations and they are the red thread that runs through my presentations, talks and workshops.
The most important resource in business today is still our human resource -and it is a limited one
the secret to unlocking our human performance code
Time is the new currency
how do we spend it better?
When we put work first we confuse what it means to perform. When we put our attention on optimal performance through well-being at work, we support our body, mind and soul to do our best work every day.
We know our human needs cannot be pushed under the rug for too long, and yet we keep going, hoping we will not break. What if we could come out of stress, master our attention, increase focus and mental resilience, and grow our emotional intelligence? If we could take charge of our everyday well-being at work and come home with energy to spare? That is optimal performance and leadership.
Work/life balance is not what we do after work, it is how we work.
This keynote or workshop is focused on changing the mindset that keeps us stuck in old way of thinking about the way we work, performance and success and how to feed and nourish the energy inside of us that makes us thrive. It is packed with motivational and inspirational take-home tools that spark the desire to feed our hunger for success and fuel our performance, without stress and burnout.
Yes you can feed your creativity
THE POWER OF inner fuel for feeding innovation
It’s often assumed that people are born with creativity while others are not. Or we have it, but only sometimes. But we’re all born with creativity. The question isn’t how to catch it—it’s how to feed it.
This talk focuses on how to fuel creativity, by creating a new relationship with our own bodies through self-care. Being a team with our body, it can guide us in giving life to our innate creativity, and fuel innovation instead of exhaustion.
The talk explores how we perform and thrive better in a busy world, where distraction and multi-tasking make us feel productive, yet keep us from being effective and creative. It provides insights to why mindfulness matters, and how we can use self-care as a tool to connect and align ourselves with our true creativity and wisdom—the one that lives within.
WHY self-care CHANGES how we lead.
In our quest for optimal performance, we tend to focus on doing more instead of doing better. We end up burned out, exhausted and stressed. Yet our most important resource is still the human resource and it is a limited one. To thrive, we must focus, not just on individual health, but also organizational health, because a healthy workforce is a productive workforce.
This keynote or workshop is focused on how leadership is changing. To keep up with the edge of innovation and demands from talent to have a corporate culture that feeds and fuels them, the new leader is a mindful leader. One who knows that people work better when they feel seen, heard, valued, safe, -and healthy.