The fact is, happy employees produce more than unhappy ones.
Over the long term they contribute 37% higher sales, 31% higher productivity and three times higher creativity1.
It is vital to look after the emotional and mental wellbeing of your employees.
As HR professionals, supervisors or employers, the best thing that can be done for employees is to help them help themselves.
With employees learning easy and effective self-help techniques, a productive work environment that is also enjoyable is possible.
During the experiential training, employees:
- Cultivate positive thinking techniques
- Discover the origins of limiting beliefs and negative self-talk and learn how to overcome them
- Deepen understanding of how emotions like fear, anger and criticism can block success
- Adopt safe emotional release methods
- Gain insights into the interconnectedness of thoughts, emotions and physical health for an overall wellbeing
- Create desired life experiences by simply changing thought patterns, practising visualisations and mindfulness
- Experience uplifting effects of aromatherapy
- Uplift wellbeing through positive actions like creating vision boards or terrariums
1Achor, Shawn (2012) “Positive Intelligence”, Harvard Business Review, January-February 2012