Right now, hundreds of chemicals racing through each of our bodies (in our bloodstream and nervous system), dictate how we think feel, speak and behave. Most of us operate largely at the mercy of those chemicals without realizing that we can strategically influence them so that we can achieve more, stress less and live and work more happily. Physical Intelligence is the ability to detect and actively manage the balance of certain key chemicals through the use of hundreds of techniques -- ways of breathing, moving, thinking and communicating. Based on extensive neuroscientific research and our own clients' results, we know that Physical Intelligence doesn't just sit alongside but underpins cognitive and emotional intelligence. This podcast examines the business impact of Physical Intelligence at the individual, team, and organizational level and includes easy to use techniques you can use yourself and with your teams.For more information, visit www.companiesinmotion.com or contact us at email@example.com.
What the NFL Can Teach Us about Employee Well-being
We at Companies in Motion believe that ultimately, post pandemic, organisations will be forced to acknowledge something that we have long believed…that people – human beings – are our most precious business resources. To quote a recent McKinsey report, “forward-looking companies know that everything else—such as technology, access to raw materials, intellectual property, and customer relationships— is fleeting and the only sustainable advantage is rooted in harnessing the passion, skills, capabilities, judgment, and creativity that people bring to work.” Physical Intelligence unlocks that sustainable advantage. For too long, many organisations have paid lip service to putting ‘people at the center’ of their strategy. Even worse - much that is being written about the future of organisations is still focusing on law, regulation, ownership, governance, measurement and pre-pandemic descriptions of performance – with little mention of human beings – or if mentioned, employees are referred to as human capital…but we are…all of us…flesh and bone, bodies and brains, hearts and minds. The time has come to enable the full potential of everyone working in our organisations – whether office based or working remotely. Organisations need people who can achieve more and people want to stress less and live and work more happily. Whether you’re reading a report by McKinsey or Deloitte or an article in the Economist or the NY Times, the message is consistent – people want – and need – more flexibility and more support. In this conversation with Jarrod Barnes, Manager of Former Player Marketing and Services for the Los Angeles Rams, (and a former Ohio State Safety and Detroit Lions Defensive Back), we learn how one NFL team is providing an extraordinary level of support for not only its current employees, but former employees as well. This podcast shares interesting lessons from the NFL that leaders in all industries can leverage about how the workplace of tomorrow can work with rather than against the human system...powering all team members to sustain peak performance.
Developing Tomorrow's Leaders
Even before the current crisis, we have been navigating a period of unprecedented change. Leaders have been and will continue to be at the forefront of that effort. It is anticipated that responding to crises, rather than being something that happens once a decade or less, will become more commonplace. What does this mean for how we prepare tomorrow's leaders? In this episode, Claire and Pat speak with Julia Colin, Head of Talent at BAE Systems, and Helen Cresswell, a Leadership consultant & Transpersonal Coach who have been been working together for two years creating and delivering Talent & Learning initiatives for BAE's leadership community, with a specific focus on high potential future leaders.
Powerful Communication for Technical Specialists
Effective communication, client-facing or internal and small or large group, often takes people out of their comfort zone, yet demands that they be confident, commanding and compelling. This podcast describes the impact Physical Intelligence training had on business outcomes for the R&D team at a leading global FCMG company. Learn about the importance of Physical Intelligence for this audience and how delegates were able to thrive in diverse and challenging communication environments – utilising the power of Physical Intelligence to build strength, flexibility, resilience and endurance.