83% of American professionals are stressed out at their jobs. When people are stressed, they are not performing at their best, which dramatically impacts attitude, productivity, and retention in corporations around the world.
What would happen if we built a routine of health and happiness habits?
We’d start the day rested, feeling our best, ready to tackle the day’s challenges and go above and beyond on the job. Sounds awesome, right? That’s just the beginning.
Individual well-being and positive culture is the foundation of success and engagement at work. It’s really simple: when people feel good, they work hard and businesses thrive.
So, how do we implement wellness in the workplace? The truth is, wellness is far more than health assessments, flashy programs, long lists of healthy foods and exercise plans. Wellness starts with connection: a connection to self and others.
In this uplifting, experiential training, you will uncover a whole new way to view company wellness through simple practices that cultivate positive culture, boost brain performance, and foster happy, engaged, resilient employees.
Generation Wellness is transforming organizations by helping individuals tap into their highest potential with simple tools that don’t take much time, but create big impact.
"Lyndsay was our keynote speaker at our annual Employee Wellness Day event to provide simple tools and ideas for incorporating wellness into our everyday practice. She was bright, energetic and encouraging! Everyone left with great information that they could put into practice and a new outlook on wellness in the workplace. Lyndsay brought definitive value to our wellness culture!"
Less stress and more success in the workplace through in-person/online trainings and coaching.
- Evaluate societal norms and checklist living
- Explore the ability to rewire our brains for new habits leading to more resiliency, happiness, and positive impact
- Experience relationship-building activities that build positive culture and can be replicated for staff Wellness Wednesdays
- Learn and practice the five Happiness Habits and other self-care strategies
- Leave with a plan to implement simple daily habits that lead to less stress and more success
How can you consistently improve your health, bring more joy into your life, and master the mind-body connection? It starts with a radical shift in how you approach well-being. Each month, we will dive into a new habit that promotes wellness and living your best life. You’ll learn to be more intentional, care for your brain/body, and cultivate more joy in the workplace. There’s a better way to live and thrive. The time is now!
- Explore the benefits of one self-care practice each month
- Experience one self-care practice each month with a fun "experiment"
Feeling worn out, burned out, or checked out? Does the never-ending checklist of things to do have you feeling more like a human do-ing and less of a human be-ing? If this sounds familiar, we get it and we’re here to help!
In this uplifting and engaging online course, participants will learn simple tools that re-energize and cultivate well-being. Participants will explore several practices based on the latest neuroscience, that have been proven to increase happiness, decrease stress, and increase productivity.
This course will be released April 2020. More information coming soon!
"Lyndsay infuses so much energy and trust into the room immediately! This training meant a lot to our staff and the feedback was extremely positive."
Lyndsay Morris, M.Ed, RYT-200 is an international speaker, creator of the Wellness in the Workplace Training, and the founder of Generation Wellness. She has spent the last decade infusing fun, engaging wellness practices, and connection activities into classrooms, companies and communities around the world. She weaves together the “feel good” with the research by sharing powerful stories and practical tools that create lasting change. Her educational background includes a Master of Education in Guidance and School Counseling, combined with numerous certifications in teaching and mindfulness. She is an award-winning educator, recipient of the Outstanding Educator of the Year Award in 2011 for her innovative, active, and relational ways of teaching life skills and counseling children and teens. For more information about Generation Wellness, click here.