Man is complex. Whatever we read, there is no blueprint, no one size fits all, when it comes to protecting wellbeing. However, science can help us take on actions, decisions, and thoughts that are most likely to lead to success and keep us from tirelessly pursuit of the things we believe will make us healthy but don’t.
Purpose of the course
The aim of this course is to help the participants –
- understand the fascinating scientific research now available from teams of neuroscientists, psychologists, and social scientists from around the world.
- use this knowledge to make decisions about positive and practical actions that can be taken to improve health and well-being; Be it as individuals figuring out for themselves how this can be achieved, or as leaders and managers who want to know how they can use science to create the optimal work environment for their teams.
- Exploration of the Blue Zone, in which large proportions live for over 100 years
- What we strive for that we believe makes us good but doesn’t
- The factors that have been shown to affect well-being:
- Emotional regulation skills
- Lifestyle choices (exercise, sleep, rest, and diet)
- Connection with others
- Perception of oneself and others
- How to build and maintain good habits
- Individual, team or organizational action planning
- Understand what is good for us emotionally and what is not based on the latest scientific findings
- Clarity about decisions that are most likely to improve well-being at the individual, team and organizational level
- Space to reflect on behaviors, thoughts and emotions and / or the work environment and to protect well-being (or otherwise)
- Informed decision making changes to improve wellbeing
- Clear measures to embed learning on a personal or organizational level
Find out more …
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