Aimed at business leaders -Owners, Chairperson, CEO, MD, CFO, COO and Directors of HR, Learning Development and Health and Mental Wellbeing
What can cause under performance in the coming months?
- Seasonal affective disorder
- Sub-optimal health and mental wellbeing state
- Current pandemic
- Low resilience levels
- Current Economic situation
What is Seasonal Affective Disorder?
- Seasonal affective disorder (S.A.D) is a form of depression that the NHS estimates affect approximately one in 15 people in the UK between September and April.
- It can be particularly severe during December, January and February. For some people, S.A.D is so disabling that they cannot function in winter without continuous treatment. Others may experience a milder version called sub-syndromal SAD or ‘winter blues’.
- It occurs throughout the northern and southern hemispheres but is extremely rare in people living within 30 degrees of the Equator, where daylight hours are long, constant and extremely bright.
In order to ensure productivity levels are achieved in Q4 and your organisation hits the ground running in Q1, businesses are no different to sport in respect of keeping their best assets on the field or in the office/factory or construction site.
The team from Athletic Thinking are offering a free interactive webinar sharing their extensive experience and giving insights, intervention and strategies from an elite sports perspective, on how to enhance the health and mental wellbeing state of their employees, to improve performance and productivity of individuals, teams and organisations during the long winter months.
Key learning outcomes from the webinar
Building your winter survival toolkit
• Effective leadership strategies
• Understanding S.A.D and how to counteract it
• Key interventions to ensure a positive health and mental wellbeing state among employees
– Benefits of physical activity
– Nutrition and immune function
– Correct sleep hygiene
– Alternative therapies – meditation etc
– How to create a balance – work, home and social
• Understanding the key components of rest and regeneration (recovery) in developing high resilience levels keeping burnout at bay
• Competition Survival- Creating a sustainable competitive advantage
Sign up to the seminar on either 25th November and 9th December 2020 between 1pm -3pm