How employees can access innate wellbeing (and why work related stress doesn’t exist)


How employees can access innate wellbeing

Thanks to the global pandemic, employee wellbeing in the workplace has finally taken its place in the boardroom, and many savvy organisations see investment in employee wellbeing as both a strategic and commercial investment.

Giving employees the insight and knowledge about mental health and wellbeing is top of the charts and we consistently receive enquires from organisations about employee webinars that provide tips and techniques on the subject, with a keen focus on how to reduce stress and enable employees to switch off from work.

While this makes sense logically, it may surprise you to know that when your employees apply these tips and techniques – this isn’t where their true wellbeing comes from.

The truth is, when it comes to an employees wellbeing, wellbeing is not something which an employee has to go on a pilgrimage to discover! And wellbeing isn’t something experienced from the application of tips and techniques.

Wellbeing already exists within every single one of your employees (and you!).

The question, therefore, becomes less about how your employees can access innate wellbeing and more about ‘what are they doing to take themselves away from their innate wellbeing?’

In this podcast we were delighted to be joined by former NHS surgeon, Dr. Giles P Croft, where we unpack how your employees can access innate wellbeing and resilience and reduce stress, without having to do anything!

Tune in to discover…

  • Why work related stress doesn’t exist!
  • Where our stress is really coming from
  • How we experience the environment around us
  • Why we have our best ideas when we have very little on our mind
  • Why we don’t need to do anything to experience our innate wellbeing and resilience

Interested in sharing this wisdom and insight with your employees so that they can experience their own innate wellbeing and reduce stress easily and effortlessly? Contact us today to learn how we can share this profound understanding with your people!

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