Is your business fit for business?
Do you want to increase company productivity, profitability and decrease absenteeism?
it’s all about winning hearts and minds.
When you think about whether or not YOUR business is FIT for business, the last thing on your mind is probably not the Physical. Mental and Emotional Wellbeing of your staff, however, this could prove to be a very costly mistake to make especially if you’re looking to increase profitability and productivity.
There are official figures which show that the average cost of recruiting top staff, is close to £11,000 per person, and it doesn’t take a mathematical genius to do your own sums and figure out how much you could be wasting in recruiting new talent, when by making small but significant changes in your current workforce and keeping hold of the top staff that you already employ.
It’s widely acknowledged that if you provide your employees with a happy, caring, safe working environment, the psychological benefits it brings in terms of making people feel appreciated and cared for, enhances working relationships and contributes directly to increased productivity.
However, the benefits of are not purely psychological.
Staff who understand each other in terms of the often undersold “soft skills” are better able to communicate and work in harmony with each other, skills such as understanding body language, appreciating and understanding why their colleagues are different in their preferred methods of communication, and how to recognise these differences and communicate more effectively, not only with each other, but with your clients.
Imagine the power of that!
A full Lifestyle programme which includes Physical, Mental and Emotional Wellbeing will give your company just that, and as an added bonus, give you the markers you need to start making some changes and seeing and feeling real results, not only in productivity and profitability, but also see a significant decrease in absenteeism.
“The great thing about the workshop that Garth Delikan of The Lifestyle Guy delivered to Draft FCB on Confident Workplace Skills was the fact that he not only engaged the audience and kept their attention but more importantly he also taught them how to deliver rather than what to deliver.
Fun and interactive it taught all the basic and essential skills and techniques for presenting in an easy to understand format and I would have no hesitation in recommending him”.
Laura Holme, Marketing Director, Draftfcb
Call Garth on 01572 759308 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.