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Anxiety, Resilience and Performance.

How organisations and institutions can turn a pandemic into an opportunity!

Demonstrate you care and return four times your investment!

 
 

In most high-income countries one in five people suffers from anxiety, and there are many more we do not know about! Every year the numbers are increasing exponentially .

In many cases, Anxiety and Depression develop at work. Anxiety and Depression can cripple a team, a function or an entire organisation. You can do something about it that will last, make a difference and boost your performance.

To know more about creating an Anxiety and Depression free workplace, contact us (Click Here) ➛.

“Investing in treatment for depression and anxiety leads to fourfold return.”

- World Health Organisation

The World Health Organisation about Anxiety …

- Jun 2, 2018, 02:17 AM

“Depression and anxiety disorders cost the global economy US$1 trillion each year; countries and development partners to discuss way forward during World Bank-WHO events.

Every US$ 1 invested in addressing depression and anxiety leads to a return of US$ 4 in better health and ability to work, according to a new WHO-led study which estimates, for the first time, both the health and economic benefits of addressing the most common forms of mental illness globally…”

“We know that treatment of depression and anxiety makes good sense for health and wellbeing; this new study confirms that it makes sound economic sense too,” said Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of WHO.”

Depression and anxiety are increasing:

Common mental disorders are increasing worldwide. Between 1990 and 2013, the number of people suffering from depression and/or anxiety increased by nearly 50%, from 416 million to 615 million. Close to 10% of the world’s population is affected, and mental disorders account for 30% of the global non-fatal disease burden.

“Despite hundreds of millions of people around the world living with mental disorders, mental health has remained in the shadows,” said Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank Group. “This is not just a public health issue — it’s a development and economic issue. We need to act now because the lost productivity is something the global economy simply cannot afford.”

Anxiety

“Anxiety is more than just feeling stressed or worried. While stress and anxious feelings are a common response to a situation Anxiety is more than just feeling stressed or worried. While stress and anxious feelings are a common response to a situation where we feel under pressure, they usually pass once the stressful situation has passed, or ‘stressor’ is removed. where we feel under pressure, they usually pass once the stressful situation has passed, or ‘stressor’ is removed.

Anxiety is when these anxious feelings don't go away – when they're ongoing and happen without any particular reason or cause. It’s a serious condition that makes it hard to cope with daily life. Everyone feels anxious from time to time, but for someone experiencing anxiety, these feelings aren't easily controlled.

Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in Australia. On average, one in four people – one in three women and one in five men – will experience anxiety at some stage in their life .

Anxiety is common, but the sooner people with anxiety get support, the more likely they are to recover.”

- Beyond Blue

 

What you
can do!

1 - Acquire the tools, the knowledge and the experience.

Become knowledgeable on the latest prevention and detection techniques and tools. Managers integrate these tools, techniques and knowledge in their management practices. Practical hands-on workshops and individual coaching provide the experience required to get started on a new path of fulfilment and performance.

 

2 - Build Resilience

Through increased resilience manage anxiety, depression and any other related mental disorders effectively within you and others. Develop resilience-building plans and monitoring progress. Be ready and confident to face the unexpected.

 

3 - Increase Performance

Sustain a healthy performance building high performing teams with Resilience greater than the sum of the parts.

 

We provide you with access to: seminars, coaching,
experiential workshops and specific development plans

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Results
that Count

Are you ready to:

  • Feel better more often

  • Boost your performance

  • Find more work/life balance

  • Expand your flexibility and resilience

  • Enhance your decision making and creativity

  • Refine your communication skills

  • Strengthen your personal and professional relationships

  • Reverse the negative impact stress is having on your health, work and quality of life

HeartMath® is the only scientifically-validated system of stress intervention techniques and objective biometric feedback that quantifiably—and dramatically—boosts the health and performance of individuals and organizations.

Nearly 1,400 people at six global companies showed the following results were sustained after six months after taking HeartMath training:

60% reduction in anxiety
45% reduction in exhaustion
41% reduction in intent to leave the job
24% improvement in the ability to focus
25% improvement in listening ability
17% improvement in home/work conflict

Learn HeartMath’s easy-to-learn, easy-to-use tools and technology with a HeartMath® Certified Coach.

“HeartMath is the owner’s manual we’ve been waiting

for to help us recognize and use our hearts energy to help heal our bodies and our lives.”

― Christiane Northrup, MD, author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom

You’ll receive personalized instruction and become skilled in basic HeartMath techniques with your own personal workbook to help you focus on the effective integration and application of the HeartMath system to the area of your life where you want the most benefit. You’ll learn how to measure your progress and physiological changes with HeartMath’s award winning Inner BalanceTM and emWave® technology.

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Improving Performance 

Key Issues

Most organizations now accept that continuous change and transformation have become the norm in a global economy, while the pressure to deliver in this environment is having a major impact on business performance in addition to impairing the health of employees. Many organizations realize they have both a desire and responsibility to act.

The issue for these companies is that there have been few interventions that can be objectively measured to make a positive impact and even fewer that can be sustained over time. In short, companies have struggled to find a solution to what has become a major obstacle to business performance in the 21st century.

Numerous scientific studies have now shown that excessive pressure directly impacts the internal physiological processes of individuals. This impact upon the internal processes undermines performance, reduces perceptual clarity and directly impairs personal performance. Conversely, studies have demonstrated that peak performance can be achieved and sustained, and the underlying mechanisms are now well understood.

Evidence of Impact

HeartMath interventions go beyond the theory of behavior management and have been shown to deliver measurable and sustainable improvements globally in personal performance, staff turnover, personal health and thereby organizational effectiveness.

Subjective Data

Table 1: Improvements in well-being before, six weeks and six months after intervention.

All of the data outlined here have been generated through projects at Shell, BP, Unilever, Cisco, Boeing and others working closely with their medical and others working closely with their medical and organizational development staff.(Percentage of individuals responding to the top two of five possible answers)

 
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Table 2:
Improvements before and 6 months after intervention delivered at an international electronics corp.

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Objective Data

Blood Pressure. High blood pressure affects one in four adults in North America and Western Europe and is considered one of the most important public health issues facing the industrialized world.

HeartMath interventions have been shown consistently to reduce blood pressure. The size of this effect has been measured at double the improvement that an exercise program normally delivers and, if it were repeated across the entire population, it could reduce the incidence of stroke by approximately 50%.

Table 3: Blood pressure data before and 3 months after intervention (sample size 78)

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The Science Behind HeartMath

 
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