Speaker Agency Wellbeing Speakers come from a variety of backgrounds that include, the corporate world, psychology, monastery and mentoring.
The wellbeing of an individual is important for their overall health. If an individual wants to overcome challenges and reach their goals in life, then feeling good about themselves is important. There are several factors that can affect the wellbeing at work. People’s past experiences, their attitude as well as their general outlook towards life can all affect a person's wellbeing.
Emotional or physical trauma can also have a negative impact on the wellbeing and the mental health of a person. Life doesn't come without its challenges, and this means that if someone wants to achieve success in life, they'll need to monitor their wellbeing. But how can this be done?
Wellbeing speakers have a wealth of experience when it comes to overcoming challenges, monitoring their wellbeing, as well as ensuring that they can reach their goals. In order to establish work life balance, individuals and businesses can benefit from learning about health and wellbeing.
You might be wondering why wellbeing is important. When a person says that their health and wellbeing are positive, this generally means that their life is going well. For businesses, ensuring that their employees feel positive about their lives is important.
An employee who is positive and motivated is more likely to work harder and better. Caring for employee wellbeing can help businesses build more positive and productive workplaces. That way they can also build a company culture with a legacy.
Acknowledging and caring about our wellbeing is important because in the long term, our financial future depends on our ability to maintain our health and wellbeing. Being financially secure is not everything though.
That is why we will explore all kinds of kinds of wellbeing. Naturally, physical and emotional wellbeing is the utmost valuable asset we can have. However, we can never underestimate the value of financial wellbeing.
Financial wellbeing is taking care of your wealth and resources such that your financial needs are met and your financial freedom allows you to improve your financial situation. This has a lot to do with financial literacy. You have to have enough money to pay the bills and the rent, to buy groceries, and in general, to lead a decent life. You also need enough financial resources to pursue your interests and hobbies, have a social life, go on vacations from time to time to enjoy life.
With all the hustle and bustle that life brings, paying attention to mental, emotional, physical or even financial wellbeing can be hard. But there are 5 ways to wellbeing that can help people lead better lives. The wellbeing speakers we have lined up, from fields ranging from psychology, mentoring and even monasteries, can help people change their lives for the better.
Whether you're thinking about student wellbeing or wellbeing in the workplace, wellbeing speakers have something to offer. They'll teach members of the audience how to take care of their mental and physical health, how to build their finances, how to have a positive impact in the work environment, how the wellbeing economy works, and more. Here are some of the wellbeing speakers that you can consider for your event:
Dr. Adam Kay is an award winning author as well as TV writer, who used to formerly work as a junior doctor. He has given talks on health and wellbeing, the national health service, healthcare, and other topics. The first book he wrote 'This Is Going To Hurt' was on the Sunday Times bestseller list at number one for over a year. His work has been translated into 37 languages, and he has sold over three million copies of his work.
He has also worked as a live performer. He has performed on several UK tours as well as West End seasons. He also writes for the Sunday Times as a columnist and supports foundations such as The Lullaby Trust and The Laura Hyde Foundation. If you want someone to talk about student wellbeing or activities for wellbeing, then Adam might be the perfect choice.
Caspar Craven is an inspirational keynote speaker, an entrepreneur, and an author. He has previously given talks on achieving the impossible, in developing agility and resilience, and in winning when faced with adversity.
Caspar’s talks are about wellbeing in the workplace and employee engagement. He explains how important it is to improve employee engagement in the workplace for sustainable economic growth. His talks on how to rethink the rules associated with high performance teamwork are highly recommended. He has also spoken about leadership, and how to be a leader.
He has over thirty years of experience in leading and helping businesses and their teams reach their goals. He's helped global corporations, struggling businesses, start ups, and more. Through his keynote talks, he aims to educate the audience about the secrets of success.
Dr. Michael Gervais is a performance psychologist and a leading global expert on the relationship between human performance and the mind. He has delivered talks on optimizing individual performance, on the psychology of excellence, how to build mastery, how to build high performing teams, and more.
His clients include Super Bowl champions, Fortune 50 CEOs and celebrities. He has also worked in three of the summer Olympic Games as well as two winter Olympics. He's created Audible originals, unique breathing exercises, online courses, and has also appeared in premier media outlets such as ABC, CNN, and more.
Michael has a doctorate degree in the field of psychology and specializes in sports performance. Learn about how mental and physical wellbeing can play an important role in helping people reach their goals.
Dr. Rupy Aujla is an international health and wellness speaker. He is an NHS GP and works in emergency medicine. He makes use of information harnessed from ancient as well as modern medicines to craft recipes and provide lifestyle advice. His approach to health and wellness is fresh, given his clinical perspective.
He is known for creating recipes using specially selected ingredients. He shares his recipes across media platforms, and even through his podcast. He has given talks on healthy eating hacks, eating for health, hydration, the immune system, lifestyle medicine, and more.
He is also the founding director of Culinary Medicine, which is a non profit organization that helps teach medical students and doctors about the importance of nutrition. He also teaches them how to cook.
J Grange is a musician, a public speaker, as well as an advocate for neurodiversity. He has spoken about neurodiversity in the workplace, living as a neurodivergent person, as well as how businesses can benefit from learning about neurodiversity. If you're trying to build a neuro-inclusive workplace, then this employee wellbeing speaker can be perfect for your event.
J Grange isn't just a well known musician, but also an international public speaker. He goes to schools and colleges to speak to the students and staff about inclusivity. He's also spoken for the UN, and speaks to various charities and businesses as well.
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