Specialized assessments and in-person or virtual coaching
By partnering with us, organizations can demonstrate their commitment to employee well-being and create a supportive culture that values mental and physical health.
Executives should prioritize their self-care and wellbeing to build resiliency. This means taking regular breaks, eating healthy, exercising, and getting enough sleep.
Foster a Culture of Resiliency
Leaders should promote a culture of resiliency in their organization. This includes encouraging open communication, creating a supportive and collaborative work environment, and empowering employees to seek resources and help when needed.
Develop Contingency Plans
It's crucial to have contingency plans in place to prepare for unexpected challenges or disruptions. Executives must identify potential risks to their business operations and create plans to mitigate them.
Resiliency requires a willingness to adapt to change. Executives should encourage their teams to embrace change and view it as an opportunity for growth and innovation. This may require a shift in mindset, but it's essential to develop the agility needed to thrive in today's fast-paced business environment.
Continuous Learning & Improvement
Executives should promote a culture of continuous learning and improvement within their organization. This includes investing in employee development, providing opportunities for learning and growth, and encouraging employees to take risks and try new things. By continually learning and improving, organizations can build the resiliency needed to navigate the challenges of the future.
A crisis is an emotional roller coaster that will decrease the ability to make good decisions. The negative impact of distress on mental and physical health is well-documented, and it's important for companies to provide resources to help their employees cope. Distress, the negative form and the opposite of eustress, is a continuous experience of feeling overwhelmed, oppressed, and behind in our responsibilities. Acute distress can cause various problems like a lowered immune system, sleeping problems, anxiety, headaches, muscle aches, gastro-intestinal problems (stomachache, heartburn, etc.), fatigue, and short-term memory loss. We will provide your people with the support and guidance during a crisis.
Assessments and coaching can be particularly helpful during a crisis, as they can provide employees with the tools and strategies that they need to manage their stress and emotions effectively. In-person and virtual options also allow for flexibility and accessibility, making it easier for employees to get the support they need. This, in turn, can lead to increased resiliency and better outcomes.
Work Burnout Prevention & Recovery
Work Burnout is a chronic distress that can become long-term and disabling. It is one of the most challenging problems that people can face during their career. Work burnout tends to occur in individuals that are in professions characterized by a high degree of personal investment in their work, high performance expectations, and emotionally demanding interpersonal situations. It leads to emotional and medical problems and has a huge financial and negative impact for the individual and the organization as a whole. Sometimes a person does not even know they are burned out! Exposure to chronic distress can contribute to such things as heart disease, elevated blood pressure, insomnia, depression and/or anxiety problems. Furthermore, distress can have a negative impact on the immune system making people more vulnerable to health problems. These issues can lead to high rates of absenteeism, low productivity, poor decision making, and/or lowered ability to handle a crisis. Dr. Cristiano is an expert in helping people prevent or recover from burnout. He designed a free Work Burnout Screener in 2010 and more recently created one for those that work at out of the home. Preventing work burnout should be a top priority at any organization!