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“IT IS COMMON FOR MANAGERS AND COLLEAGUES TO LOOK AT A LACK OF FOCUS OR MOTIVATION, IRRITABILITY, AND BAD DECISION MAKING AS BEING CAUSED BY POOR TRAINING, ORGANIZATIONAL POLITICS OR THE WORK ENVIRONMENT. THE ANSWER COULD BE MUCH SIMPLER – A LACK OF SLEEP.”
FROM THE WAKE-UP CALL: THE IMPORTANCE OF SLEEP IN ORGANIZATIONAL LIFE
RESET | YOUR SLEEP
Have you taken the time to survey your team on how well they sleep? Working sleepless yields diminishing returns. The truth is your employee's sleep health provides the foundation for a healthy workplace, increases workplace safety, and is a tool for learning and development. It is the catalyst for employee health, performance, and productivity. We provide both seminars and programming for groups to help them identify and overcome sleep challenges, as well as how to improve the quality of their sleep through the proper lifestyle, environmental, and behavior adjustments resulting in improved mental, physical, and emotional health. While most programs focus on a one size fits all approach to education, we understand the complexities involved in helping individuals formulate and implement a unique sleep plan based on a busy working professional's schedule. We instead focus on sleep optimization. Our programming offers sustainable solutions that put the science of sleep into action.
THE NIGHT SHIFT (SHIFT WORK)
An estimated 22 million Americans work in the evening, rotating and on-call shifts. Reporting to a job in a variety of schedules, including evening and graveyard shifts, forces the body to stay awake and be alert even during the hours one is expected to sleep. These changes in your sleep schedule may compromise your emotional, mental and physical health. In this seminar, we will focus on addressing coping strategies, tips to help regulate sleep patterns, and how to build healthy sleeping habits around a shift work schedule. This seminar is built to address shift work by industry offering education and support specifically for first response emergency personnel, military, healthcare professionals, construction, manufacturing, transportation, telecommunications, entertainment, hospitality, and/or public utilities.