ASK BETTER QUESTIONS
& Fuel Performance From The Inside Out

It’s not just about being healthy, it is what we do with it that makes the difference. It is about why we want to be healthy and how our physical, emotional and mental health affects our daily performance and wellbeing.

To change our behaviors and habits, we need to first learn why it matters, what tools we have to take charge of how we feel and perform, then how we implement new habits is a change for good.

What do you need so you can be at your best, -at work, at home, on the go and at play? Most cannot answer that questions and that is why we are here, because the answer is not out there. We find them inside.

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Health is the new currency. 

 why time is not the problem.

When we put work first and self-care last, we confuse what it means to perform. Even though we tend to consider time to be our most important currency, 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 and we spend our time better. 

The foundation for peak performance is health.

Work/life balance is not what we do after work, it is how we work. The future of work is  health/work/life integration. 

FOCUS

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, leadership and success and instead learn how to feed, fuel and nourish what supports us in harnessing our full potential and thrive.

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mindful leadership

why self-care transforms teams.

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, and it starts with healthy leadership.

We don't plan to burn-out, but do we plan for how not to? Burn-out prevention is more important than ever. 

FOCUS

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. 

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fuel innovation + creativity

why culture is about health.

Instead of working on the edge of exhaustion, we need to be on the edge of innovation. To access what makes us think ahead, be creative and solve problems better, we need to come out of survival-stress and access our best human resources. 

We’re all born with creativity. The question isn’t how to catch it—it’s how to feed it. 

FOCUS

This talk focuses on how to fuel creativity through health and self-care.

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 health and mindfulness matters, and how we can use self-care as a tool to connect and align ourselves with our creativity.

To work and perform, better, we need to see self-care as the foundation for how we thrive.

Format:
20-45 or 60 minute keynote / workshop. 

  • Executives

  • Leaders and Team Leaders

  • Teams

  • Creatives and creative teams.

  • Small companies and entrepreneurs that rely heavily on every team-member being at their best.

  • Employees

programs are perfect for:

  • Teams that struggle with performance burn-out, poor productivity and engagement.

  • Leaders and managers, who want to support a culture that is high performing, while still being mindful of keeping a healthy and happy work-force.

  • Leaders, who want to support a culture that is fuels innovation, while still being mindful of keeping a healthy work-force.

The audience will leave with:

  • Leaders will understand how to avoid burnout and increase performance, productivity, attention and focus, while nourishing an environment that fosters engagement, innovation and creativity.

  • Awareness of the importance of changing the mindset that keeps us stuck in poor performance, stress and burnout.

  • Tools to implement and create immediate change to the structure of how they work.

  • Team leaders will come away with specific action-steps to create a culture change that will help prevent burnout, engage employees, increase productivity and lower talent-loss and absenteeism.

We are all born creative, the question is how we feed it.

Additional information:

This program has helped executives and leaders reach a higher level of performance and be better leaders, create a culture of engagement and high performing teams, without sacrificing their health and personal lives. 

Employees have found more daily energy and focus, work-satisfaction and better health. 

It is my focus to provide experiences that are packed with accessible and inspirational take-home tools that spark the desire to feed our hunger for success and fuel our performance, without stress and burnout. The goal is to nourish your work-culture so that everyone will work healthy and go home happy, with energy to spare. Let's create a culture where everyone is thriving. Of course we want that. The question is not if, the question is when. 

Let's focus on what matters, have more fun at work and work healthy.

Our bodies need us as much as we need them.
We are the caretakers, not the other way around.

health is a tool we can all learn to use

We can make self-care work for us. Food, mindfulness and new habits are the 3 key ingredients for optimal performance and our most powerful tools for sustainable success, both personally and organizationally.

There is so much on our plate every day and being unhealthy should not be one of them.

If you are looking to bring a fresh perspective to fueling your team and leaders, then you’ve found the right person in Jeanette.
— Mike Ganino, Culture + Employee Engagement Keynote Speaker and Author of Company Culture for Dummies.