the essence of Organisations
The need for people to learn evidence-based skills and practical strategies to improve vitality and wellbeing has never been greater. We continue to hear about stress that leads to sickness and burnout, about bullying, about mistakes made under pressure, mistakes that sometimes cost hugely in terms of time and personnel. It’s essential that we find means of avoiding these challenges as much as possible and that, when faced with them, we’re able to sustain composure and clarity to address them efficiently and effectively. So what can we do to strengthen the essence, or the heart, of organisations?
“Evidence-based and clearly presented. Relevant and adaptable to different situations and personalities.” Shane Marquand, Waikato.
The HeartMath® Institute in California has been undertaking scientific research in the area of stress, heart-brain alignment, coherence and performance for over 25 years now. Informed by this research, the Institute has developed programs that help empower people to self-regulate stress and energy by increasing moment by moment wellbeing. Understanding the way that our body’s physiology responds in stressful situation is an important part of this.
“An inspiring and valuable day of learning, practical and theory.” Stacey Lawrence, Tauranga.
HeartMath’s training programs provide a practical framework of self-regulation tools and coherence-building practices. These help us gain more composure and optimise performance. Greater clarity facilitates a stronger identity with organisational purpose and core values. An improved work culture can then build upon the strengths of employees, leading to increased productivity and innovation.
Further benefits include:
- Heightened creativity
- Increased regenerative sleep
- Improved relational awareness in professional interactions
- Increased ability to handle challenging clients and situations
- Enhanced ability to focus, process information and solve problems
“Absolutely enjoyed the session…will give me tools to survive this busy place and busy lifestyle.” Heather, Queenstown.