More and more organisations now understand the impact of employee health on productivity, engagement and revenue. I have worked in the field of employee engagement and talent management within large blue-chip organisations for over twenty years, so I understand the challenges facing both employers and employees in managing health and wellbeing first hand. I specialise in helping busy people make manageable and sustainable changes which have a long-lasting impact on their health.
As a BANT Registered Nutritionist and an experienced coach, I can support the wellbeing of your employees in a number of ways.
I offer a number of workshops that focus on lifestyle and nutrition topics. Practical and engaging, these sessions will empower employees to make positive changes which can help maximise their performance at work, their engagement and contribution.
Workshops I offer include improving energy levels, stress management and eating well for busy people, but I can also run bespoke sessions depending on the key challenges facing your employees.
I can also provide individual consultations to employees. This may take the form of short sessions as part of your wellbeing programme or a specific wellbeing event.
Senior leaders are often the most likely to suffer from stress and a lack of time to focus on eating well and a healthy lifestyle. Frequent travel, difficulties in establishing an effective work-life balance and the challenges of working in global organisations are just some of the factors that mean executives often don’t consider their own health. I work with senior leaders on a longer-term coaching basis to help support their health, focussing on managing their energy, practical ways to reduce their stress levels and eating well with limited time.
Contact me to discuss your requirements in more detail.
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