The May episode of Chief Wellbeing Officer, originally published on The European Business Review.
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These behaviour change 'hacks' have evolved over the years, first appearing in LAB programs around 2011 as '4S' (small, specific, supported, shared) and detailed in Sustaining Executive Performance. Looking further into the importance of the environment added 'surroundings' and 'social' with 'streak' rounding off the 7. Chapter 10 in Chief Wellbeing Officer discusses each of the hacks in detail and is based on this European Business Review article from 2017. Many thanks to the EBR team for this animation, especially for the appearance of Harry the Sheepdog!
The final instalment in the series and only fair that Julie gets to answer some questions, on her background, interest in coaching and vision for coaching at The LAB.
The next instalment in our LAB conversations video interview series sees Head Coach Julie Cook talking to Operations Director Pamela McKillop about customer excellence, employee care, dance and design.
In the second of our LAB conversations video series Julie talks to founder and CEO Steven. They talk about Steven's background, The LAB's approach to executive health, design thinking, athletics and much more.
In the first of our new LAB conversations series Head Coach Julie Cook talks to CTO Cesc Guim. She asks Cesc about his background and interests, his role at The LAB, and what he contributes to our coaching model.
The LAB team had a fantastic trip to London last week with several key meetings for 2017 projects and high-profile media and speaking engagements for our founder. We include some of the highlights in this post.
Returning to full speed after the Summer vacation with a trip to Buenos Aires and the resumption of our new #LABinLatAm strategy we reflect on the kick-off in Perú in June.
#6 of the Top 10 Takeaways: Consider a physical training strategy for business travel that sets you apart from the “going to the hotel gym” crowd.
Recognize the role of the brain in altering perception. Look for easy hacks and nudges, including using smaller plates.
Reduce the ubiquity of the smartphone, for example, through using an old-fashioned alarm clock.