Knowledge is power, and in this case, it is the power to turn people’s lives onto a path of greater overall wellbeing. Good Life offers three different types of training to help your program achieve the highest level of success.
INTENTIONAL LEADERSHIP TRAINING
Good Life provides Intentional Leadership training for managers and C-suite executives. As our lives have become filled with technology, the distractions we face increase exponentially. Our ability to focus has diminished, but our need to think clearly to make complex decisions has not. More than ever, leaders need to train themselves to be fully present. Given the realities of today’s 24/7 world, how do great leaders slow down and focus to make thoughtful decisions? Leading intentionally is a practice of mindfulness. Mindfulness is the practice of self-observation without judgment with a focus on our minds and inner voices. Mindful practices include daily meditation, prayer, journaling, or jogging alone. In a fast-paced world, mindfulness enables you to clear your mind of clutter, focus on what is important, and be creative. Leaders like Arianna Huffington and Steve Jobs are well known for their mindfulness practices.
INDIVIDUAL TRAINING OR COACHING
This approach is effective for high-risk individuals who need a bit more support making important life changes. This is tough stuff, so we offer self compassion tools along with coaching to help the folks that need it most.
The best way to improve program participation is to make things simple. The goal of Good Life’s wellness trainings is to provide clear and concise information to participants so that they understand the philosophy behind the program activities and challenges. We offer dozens of short informational and training sessions to educate and motivate your employees. We cover a wide range of wellbeing topics including physical health, smoking cessation, mental fitness, nutrition, mindfulness, intentional leadership, and much more. There are formats for short onsite seminar and live webinars. Training topics include the following categories: