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Organisations of the Future: Focus on Fitness - Introduction

Did you know that a quarter of the world’s population is physically inactive? I didn’t, my initial thoughts when I heard this were, what does it mean to be ‘physically inactive’ and why should it even concern me? In the series of articles I’ll be publishing for the next three weeks of this year and then continue with in the new year, I want to share with you the answers and explore the topic of physical activity and fitness as it relates to employers. I’ll be looking at why employers should focus on providing and even incentivising fitness activities for their staff, what the benefits are – especially to the bottom line – and what’s the best way to do so. Technology has been developing in l

DYNAMIC WELLBEING TRANSFORMATION: PANEL DISCUSSION (PART 2 SWAMI KAMALA AND HUGO RIBATIKA)

Here's Part 2 of the Panel Discussion WELL held last year on how to transform Employee Wellbeing programmes. In this Part we explore practical steps that can be taken. There’ve been thousands of studies into the science of yoga including meditation, conducted over a number of years. All these studies reflect numerous benefits for the individual arising from these practices. We discuss how WELL can assist you to make them a part of your employees lives. In addition, we look at how families can increase their overall wellbeing as this impacts on a persons 'zest for life' and hence their overall productivity levels. Wellbeing is not one isolated aspect of a person's life, its about everything i

DYNAMIC WELLBEING TRANSFORMATION: PANEL DISCUSSION (PART 1: URSULA FEAR AND RADHI VANDAYER)

Here's Part 1 of the transcript from WELL's first Panel Discussion held last year. It's filled with rich insights on wellbeing particularly as it relates to human resource strategies, how it fits into organisations and also how wellbeing service providers view their roles in terms of increasing employee wellbeing. Belinda Carreira moderated the Panel which had 4 members: Ursula Fear a Talent Architect and Lead Contributor at Talent Talks, Radhi Vandayer who was the Head of Strategic Learning & Development at ICAS and is a Board member for the Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Swami Kamala who is the Founder and Director of the South African School of Yoga in Hyde Park - referred

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