For most of my career I’ve been helping people be it developing delicious food products to make your life easier in the kitchen to helping you get fit in the gym, more recently it’s been helping people to see how the food they eat affects their health.
In the last 7 or so years my focus has been in two areas food & nutrition and business. In this time I’ve had many well meaning people tell me that I need to choose between these two very different disciplines and that I won’t be successful if I can’t do both!! And there have been times when I felt that maybe they are right. However when push comes to shove I can’t decide and actually I don’t want to do one or the other I want to do both.
Over the last year it’s become very clear to me that actually there two areas are very linked especially when it comes to people performing well in business. The work I’ve been doing has been looking at the people in the businesses I support and find ways to help them achieve more but also get more back. Time and time again the same things have come up as stumbling blocks for businesses to overcome and once these blocks have been smashed to smithereens then the business see success.
To this end I’ve created The Wheel of Wellbeing, Culture and Peformance as a tool to show businesses how wellbeing and culture of people can affect performance. We’ve all been there when maybe we’re a little under the weather and find it a struggle to get things done so why not apply these same principles to employees, teams and businesses. It’s fair to say if a business isn’t well (financially or poor service) then it’s performance is effected too.
The eight sectors are:
- Staff sickness
- Staff retention
- General wellbeing
- Stress awareness
- Access to food and water
Over the coming weeks/months I’ll be telling you more about each sector and why it’s important to consider it in business.
Let me know your thoughts and if you would like to know more about the wheel and how it can help you business make or save more money then email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Until next time,