Make the Most of the Hours We Have.
Life-Booking is a Unique Workshop Built Upon Evidence-Based Concepts.
“I wish there were more hours in the day,” is a common refrain, but you might be surprised to hear that most employees say their number one productivity challenge was prioritizing their day. One survey found that:
- 60% of employees said prioritizing tasks was their biggest challenge
- 55% said organization of tasks
- 49% said staying focussed
- 36% said lack of time in the day
Clearly, our staff members are asking for help to become more productive. With the Life-Booking Workshop, you have an opportunity to fulfill that need and help them organize, prioritize, and stay focussed.
Research Links and Ideas.
First conceived in 1997, the Life-Booking Workshop has evolved to include the latest proven research and concepts. The bullet points below contain more resources that talk about how other companies across North America are supporting employee wellness and providing life coaching to their staff. These and other stories helped shape what is now the Life-Booking Workshop. Read about some of the amazing benefits these companies found using similar programs:
- Investing In Your Employees Is The Smartest Decision You Can Make
- Why Companies Provide Coaching
- Companies Are Paying “On The Clock” For Employees To Get Life Coaching
- Why Caring For Employees’ Personal Lives Positively Impacts Your Company
- Let Your Employees Mix Business and Personal Time at Work
- 17 Ways Companies Help Employees Achieve Work-Life Balance
- 11 Simple Ways To Show Your Employees You Care
- When Trouble at Home Becomes Trouble in the Office
- How a Life Coach Can Help Your Employees
- What to Do When Employees’ Personal Problems Affect Work
A recent poll by Partners In Leadership confirms that when employees are happier at work, 85% say they take more initiative; 73% say they are better collaborators; and 48% care more about their work. Effective leaders who understand the correlation between higher levels of engagement, happiness, and productivity facilitate movement in the right direction – and have people feel good about it.
“To be successful at growth management, you need to find out what motivates each person on your team. You also need to learn what each person’s long-term ambitions are, and understand how their current circumstances fit into their motivations and their life goals.”