In this Wellness Webinar with Steffi Black and Hema Vyas, they each share with us their experience and knowledge of why we need mental wellness more than ever and shifting into a new paradigm where leaders are able to set the tone for better wellbeing in the workplace.
Hema Vyas speaks on finding meaning in the future of wellness in the workplace. We are at a pivotal moment for business, shifting into a new paradigm where leaders are able to set the tone for better wellbeing in the workplace. Also, more people are looking for jobs to give them meaning, whilst employers still need to focus on productivity. Many leaders now find themselves in a position where they realize that they have a responsibility to not just manage their businesses but also look to the happiness of their employees and the protection of their environments. True success is when everybody in a company and every aspect of that business is thriving.
Hema Vyas is a renowned speaker on heart wisdom, human consciousness, spirituality, health, energy medicine and the science of Ayurveda and for almost thirty years she has been practicing as a psychologist and life leadership mentor. Clients credit Hema with providing needle-turning solutions to the previously unsolvable and sometimes invisible problems whilst creating the space to surface hidden opportunities. She is not afraid to suggest transformation where it is needed, whilst amplifying that which is working. Hema enables leaders to overcome internal and external barriers so that they can connect with their vision, intuition, and creativity.
Steffi Black speaks on why compassion and mental wellness matter in our lives and in our careers. She does this through an overview of why compassion matters in the workplace, tips for self-compassion to apply in daily situations, and how to add new rituals/routines into your daily life that will help with mind-body relaxation. Given the unusual time we are experiencing, it behooves us to be self-compassionate in order to navigate our new realities in work and in life. The kinder we are to ourselves, the more compassionate we can be to others, and the better and more connected we are in our relationships. Research has shown that connecting with others in a meaningful way helps us enjoy better mental and physical health and even speeds up recovery from disease. In fact, compassion plays a huge role in how resilient we are in our lives and how we connect to our innate intelligence and display empathy towards others.
Steffi Black is a culture strategist, coach, and compassion advocate for mental wellness. Driven to empower others in their lives and careers, she believes that the more inner work and self-care we do, the better our outer lives and relationships become. A featured author in Amazon bestseller Ready, Aim, Thrive, she is also the founder of Be Kinder, Be Better, a kindness curriculum for workplaces.