Whaka means ‘to cause something to happen’. The Whaka #Wellbeing Podcast discovers what drives people, brands and organisation that aim at causing a meaningful change. The podcast is ultimately set to find out what drives our wellbeing. Brands and organisations that focus on wellbeing are the most successful and most profitable of this day and age, making for happier and better performing personnel within the company and a stronger social branding to the outside world. So, what really matters most to the people that strive for wellbeing? Why and how do they do what they do? And what does wellbeing mean to them?
#5: Egbert Mulder - About Circular Leadership, Personal Development, Meditation and Astronauts.
The birth of the leadership 4.0 system that can address biodiversity and climate change and create a more equitable and empathic world.
#4: Peter Wennstrom - The Game Changers in the global health trend, what can we learn from them?
Do you want to understand why you have to derisk choices for your customers to accomplish a necessary and sustainable goal? How you communicate health to consumers? What the game-changing trends among the early adopting health consumers are, and how industries make a meaningful change? Then this is the insights podcast for you. Not specific to any industry.
#3: Ralph Thurm - Reporting on Sustainability - From Forecasting to backcasting
This podcast will help to get your thinking from the short term, what you think is practically possible, to what is necessary. From forecasting of an unsustainable economic system to learning to backcast to a necessary economic system. And then decide what the next steps need to be.
#2: Angélique Heijligers - What can Los Angeles teach us about wellbeing?
In the podcast we explore what Los Angeles teaches us about wellbeing. What can entrepreneurs, start-ups or marketing executives learn from LA's desire for wellbeing and spirituality? What can we as individuals worldwide learn from the LA lifestyle? Why do we collectively have such an increased need for balance? Or how can companies use concepts from LA?
#1: Rogier van Kralingen - Restart: How to recover from a burnout?
Rogier van Kralingen shows us that the way into a burnout is not the same as the way out. He believes that however terrible you may be feeling right now, your burnout is also a life-changing opportunity. And both him and I (your host Wout) speak from experience.
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Insightful and personal
Thank you so much for this insightful and very personal podcast about a rather mysterious topic that just got a lot more tangible to me. Not only interesting for people in burn-out recovery stage, but also very much so for people that want to work on prevention. Great job!!