Wellbeing: not a cost but a mind-shift
Why a wellbeing policy is key if you want to be a future proof company.
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Absenteeism increases to alarming proportions.
More needs to be done with fewer people.
Employee stress is increasing.
Resilience is ebbing away.
That's why a wellbeing policy is key if you want to be a future proof company.
Ann inspires you with a presentation based on these three questions:
1. What can you do as an organization to have resilient and motivated employees?
2. As a team leader or manager, what can you do to increase the well-being of your employees?
3. How can you inspire and help employees to be healthy and happy?
4. How do you motivate your employees (how to make working at the office attractive again ?
Ann is a pioneer in professionalizing well-being at work. She was the first Wellbeing Director in Belgium (DPG media) and has been a much sought-after and passionate speaker on well-being, work happiness and leadership for years. She wants to convince business leaders to embed well-being in their organization so that it is not just a loose initiative but part of the corporate culture. She makes it clear that well-being within a company is a shared responsibility and focuses on the role of the organization, the manager and the employee.
She inspires board and management teams on the one hand, but is equally asked to inspire the employees themselves with tips and insights for more resilience, a positive mindset, less stress and more balance. Efficient meetings and e-mailing are also discussed, as well as the importance of communication and connection now that many organizations are opting for hybrid working.
Ann wrote the books 'Countdown to Monday' and 'Wellbeing = Profit', and soon her third book will be released which she co-wrote with Prof Stijn Baert.
Ann is a much sought-after keynote speaker at home and abroad because of her authentic and hands-on approach. In her keynote she opts for a mix of the concrete tips & tricks from her first book and she also focuses on the role of the organization and the manager in the happiness and enthusiasm of employees with strong insights from her second book.
Among others, the following topics can be discussed: - The why of a well-being policy - The role of the organization, the leader and the employee himself - The importance of focus, break and exercise - Keeping connection in a hybrid work system - A more efficient meeting and mail policy - The skills of a good leader, also at a distance - Stress & Attention Management - Keeping a positive mindset in times of change - Selfcare : sleep - nutrition - digital detox.
Ann De Bisschop
The first Wellbeing Director in Belgium :-), Author of 2 books, Keynote speaker & Wellbeing consultant