Our world, the very essence of life, and our values and approach to what constitutes ‘the good life’ urgently need rebalancing. The economic model of business faces the ongoing challenge of adapting from the pursuit of profit, productivity, and growth. As a result, there is increasing demand for a more meaningful, purposeful type of work, which gives back to support the whole rather than the individual alone.
Do you ever worry about whether you are true to yourself? Do you feel able to be your authentic self, at work with your boss and colleagues, or at home, with friends and family?
Does the way you work need to change? Remote working, hybrid working or a return to business as usual isn’t the answer and here is why.
The Remote Worker Self-Study Workbook is the ideal tool for people working remotely, helping them to create a work environment and processes that best suit their strongest behavioural traits.
How important is your life, and what role does our work have in making life special, fulfilling, and keeping us healthy? We may have had to adjust to working from home or flexible working between home and the office.
So, where does work-life balance fit into all of this? There has been much talk about the impacts of this new lifestyle on mental health, stress, well-being, relationships, communication, and productivity.
If you feel worried about the future of your job during these unpredictable times it might just be the very time to re-invent your future.
Many business owners and leaders may well be experiencing some anxiety right now about how to ensure that their business doesn’t get left behind in the wake of the pandemic.
In this video, I will explore improving sales, team engagement, motivation, communication, coaching leaders and teams in challenging times.
What I am experiencing right now are businesses, leaders and teams learning to adapt to new ways of working. Yet the key question for many is how to re-focus the business and maximise performance improvement of teams and sales even during an economic downturn.
If you are an employer learning to adapt your team to working remotely I would like to introduce you to a powerful new way of helping remote employees to be more productive, remain motivated and engaged.