This is our third blog post published on Arianna Huffington's Thrive Global platform. This one is all about how to increase your workplace energy, with some info behind how our Lawrence Mitchell designed and implemented a workplace wellbeing initiative that won a national award in
67% of people are not engaged in their workplaces. You can change that. Here are 20 things you can do to energise your workplace.
This is Lawrence's second article published on Arianna Huffington's Thrive Global platform. The focus of this post is to challenge you to think in a bigger way and to determine whether you are living to your highest values. It is only when we doing that, that we increase energy, thrive and gain the motivation to succeed, often beyond our wildest dreams.
The Big Questions: As we approach the end of 2017, it’s a time to reflect and look forward to what’s to come next. The great thing about a new year, is that you get to start afresh and do it all over again, building on the lessons of the past.
A great case study outlining the work we did with Rachel Bevans to evolve the SumoSalad brand and put employee wellbeing at the very heart.
Lawrence, on a guest post for the Serenity Collective, talks about the role the food plays in psychological health. and eating for mental health. He also gives some practical tips on how to introduce healthy food into the workplace.
Healthy employees are happier, more productive, take fewer days off work, are more engaged with the company and brand and therefore more likely to consistently deliver great ‘on brand’ experiences. Leading to greater business performance. We recently worked with Rachel Beven, to revitalise the Sumo brand, aligning corporate, customer and employer brands and reinstating wellness at the heart of the business. This work was featured in The Healthy Brand Company's blog.
Lawrence Mitchell spoke at the Ikabo breakfast event aimed at leaders who want to improve workplace wellbeing. Lawrence spoke about his experience of creating at Reed Business Information a Living Well programme which increased employee engagement by 10%, reduced absenteeism by 40% and motivated 82% of the 3,0000 globally distributed employees to make changes to their personal health. Other speakers included Alex Lynch from Google Australia, Brett Fifield from NSW Department of Primary Industries, Cindy Lenferna de la Motte from Ikabo and Natalie Yan-Chatonsky from Full Time Lives.