There are many demands on our time in today’s hectic world – and our ability to achieve and maintain optimum health and wellbeing has a huge impact on our productivity, effectiveness and morale. This practical workshop will assess current health levels, personal values and belief systems and explore the many factors which contribute to health and wellbeing, and will encourage and inspire long-term behavioural change to enable participants to work towards and achieve good health, energy levels and fulfilment.
At the end of this course delegates will:
- Be aware of the 4 main building blocks of health and wellbeing
- Appreciate all of the factors that influence our levels of health and performance and how to proactively manage them
- Be aware of their own values and belief systems in the context of health, and how these drive their behaviour
- Use a number of key techniques to help them manage their physical and mental health and wellbeing
- Be aware of just how much food and exercise affect our performance
- Know how to make positive and appropriate changes to their lifestyles to work towards optimum health and wellbeing
|Introduction to Optimum Health and Wellbeing
- What does optimum health mean?
- The building blocks of optimum health
|How are you doing?
- Knowing when your health and wellbeing is affected
- How do you currently rate your health and wellbeing?
- Your logical levels of health
- How to develop and maintain a positive mindset
- Techniques to quieten the mind
- Managing our internal dialogue
- How to respond rather than react
- Knowing your triggers and how to manage them
- The importance of sleep and how to sleep better
- How to achieve a balanced, healthy diet
- The benefits of exercise
- How to fit more physical activity into our daily lives
- What is work/life balance?
- Defining your personal work/life balance
- How to define your priorities and focus on what matters
- Managing technology and other distractions
- Saying no
|The Power of Habits
- The power of habits and how they work
- How to improve our habits
- Transferring learning to the workplace