Redefining the Future of Work and Human Resources
presented by Mike Lee
Gone are the days when HR exclusively focused on gathering employment applications, dealing with compliance, and interviewing candidates. At this moment in time the HR is being called to fundamentally overhaul the way we work. Our external circumstances like technology, countless distractions, and constant demand for more are not going to slow down. Which means it’s imperative that the change comes from the inside out.
2018 Deloitte Human Capital Trends Report
“As the line between work and life blurs, providing a robust suite of well-being programs focused on physical, mental, financial, and spiritual health is becoming a corporate responsibility and a strategy to drive employee productivity, engagement, and retention. While organizations are investing heavily in this area, our research reveals there is often a significant gap between what companies are offering and what employees value and expect.”
Well-being is a performance strategy for becoming a true social enterprise.
To navigate this stress, burnout, and disengagement from work we must arm ourselves with skills like mindfulness-based resilience and emotional intelligence.
It’s through these practices where we can train our attention and awareness to do our greatest work efficiently, effectively, and intentionally — regardless of external circumstances. In this interactive keynote, Mike teaches HR executives and practitioners how to implement mindful habits to decrease stress, cultivate resilience, and ultimately improve business performance.
- Why mental health is affecting the bottom-line
- Improve our relationship to workplace distractions and how to spend time intentionally
- Identify our common patterns of disengagement from work and how to break them
- 7 strategies, skills, and concepts to decrease stress and build resilience to workplace
- Cultivating the emotional antidotes to workplace stress
*Deloitte found that while 60% of employees thought that mental health counseling was important only 21% provided it.
** Aetna added $5,000 per employee to their bottom-line by increasing productivity and decreasing medical costs when they participated in a mindfulness program.
11:30am - 12:00pm: Registration/Lunch/Networking
12:00pm - 1:15pm: Program
1:15pm - 1:30pm: Q&A
Building an international brand from his college apartment, Mike Lee understands the challenges leaders face. As the author of UN/TRAIN, and founder of MindShift Labs, he teaches individuals, teams and brands how to optimize their mind for peak performance through the power of mindfulness and emotional intelligence.
Working with basketball players all the way up to the NBA, Mike knows what it takes to perform at the highest level. Like so many other concepts, there is a huge crossover from what applies in the sports world to leadership, organizational performance and personal growth.
Not a headline reader or from the academic world — Mike is a practitioner in dealing with uncertainty, rapid change of pace and balancing the constant need for more. Drawing on the latest research from neuroscience, sports and personal experience, he’s shared stories and practical exercises — across the United States, Indonesia and Spain — to bring the strategies of mindfulness and emotional intelligence to life.
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Online registration closes on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, at 8:00pm. Registrations after this date will only be taken onsite.
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