Increasing Productivity at Work and Balance at Home
There is quantitative data showing how work productivity in the afternoon, especially after lunch, drops between 10% to 60%. Given how the work environment has drastically changed in the past decade — especially the last few years — implementing simple changes can create a healthier workspace and can have an incremental impact on everyone involved, including clients and staff. It’s time to take a closer look at how taking better care of yourself and your working environment will improve productivity. By implementing simple strategies, you can increase work production by up to 40%, while also elevating moods, deepening fulfillment and enhancing workplace culture.
Participants will be able to:
- Discuss how to improve ergonomics in the workspace.
- Discover how to stabilize health and wellbeing among workers and coworkers.
- Identify how to stimulate company culture environment.
- Practice how to implement strategies for improved communication.
- Describe appropriate working practices ethics in the 21st century.
$29 for members and $79 for nonmembers
Mitchell Kershner, ND
Mitchell A. Kershner, ND, is a Neuropathic Doctor licensed in Oregon. He’s been in the health field for about 32 years and received his massage therapy license from Lindsey Hopkins. Kershner has taught nutrition, anatomy and physiology, and exercise physiology, and also served on the medical crew for the Taos Search and Rescue team. He now resides in Florida and has a certificate of studies from culinary school. He uses all these skills to teach and motivate people to share in his passion for health and the human body.
This course is eligible for one (1) CLM credit in the following categories
CLM®Application Credit: 1 hour(s) of Organizational Development
CLM® Application Creditfor Functional Specialists: 1 hour(s) in the subject area of Human Resources Management (HR) towards the additional hours required of some Functional Specialists to fulfill the CLM application.
CLM® Recertification Credit: 1 hour(s) in the subject area of Human Resources Management (HR)
HRCI Code: 549899 SHRM Code: 23-T4M7C