A new HR-era has begun. Never before has Human Capital been on the agenda as high as it is now. More and more companies are realising that their employees function best when they feel good. Therefore managers are increasingly attaching greater importance to the well-being of their employees. Fortunately…
More than ever employers realize that their employees are their greatest capital, as those people make a difference day after day. And managers don’t achieve that just by putting a ping-pong table in the garden. You need programmes and initiatives that reach much further than good working conditions. As a manager or team leader you need a vision and you have to shape a clear policy that ensures that your employees are their best selves and that they optimize their performances in a healthy way.
With my keynote ‘How working smarter makes you happier and healthier’ I inspire both managers and employees to choose consciously for a happy and healthy way of working and living. This can be achieved by a proactive and far-reaching well-being policy that is based on three pillars: mental balance, physical health and healthy nutrition. A strong policy of well-being ensures that employees are loyal to the company for a longer time and that they maximize their input to reach a common goal. On top of that it’s an extra asset to attract new talent and to solve the problem of long-term absenteeism, while at the same time challenging presenteeism.