brainLight as an essential component of holistic corporate health management
Healthy employees make for a healthy organization with sound balance sheets
It is a well-known fact that employees are the most vital resource of a company, and as such need to be protected and encouraged, especially during times of rapid change.
An active and productive health management program thus invests in a company’s social and human resource assets, mobilizing untapped performance potential, which in turn is available to employees and employer alike.
Many companies have not only recognized the need for corporate health management but also the exceptional wellness potential of the brainLight-Systems and have implemented them as key elements into their respective programs. Crucial for successful corporate health measures across all departments is the support of the company management.
Regular use of brainLight-Systems aids in improving health, overall working conditions and job satisfaction, while simultaneously reducing stress and significantly increasing productivity. The result is a win-win situation for both the company and its employees, which subsequently also leads to an improved business and Corporate Social Responsibility image.
Many well-known companies such as Unilever, Siemens, BMW, IBM, Bayer, among others, have successfully implemented the brainLight relaxation systems for that very reason.
What is health management?
According to Prof. Dr. Badura, health management refers to the integration and conscious navigation of company processes, geared towards the preservation and promotion of employee health and wellbeing in their working environment.
Health management is not an unattainable luxury of social romanticism
Health management is a worthwhile investment for any business sector
Increased productivity, enhanced work atmosphere, ROI
Enhanced public image and increased appeal
The pressure on businesses increases - five reasons for health management
1. Securing economic competitive ability during ongoing demographic changes
2. Decreasing costs and sick leave
3. Recruiting and retaining qualified employees
4. Increasing productivity
5. Preventing production losses caused by mental illness
Benefits of health management
Enhanced work atmosphere
Positive development of overall employee health
Increased quality of work and life for employees
Higher product and service quality
Positive public image
Improved competitive ability
Unfolding and developing people’s innate potential through active relaxation in order to achieve peak performance in a healthy and balanced way!
The topic of health touches upon the roots of societal and individual wellbeing. The implementation of a social health system is crucial for a sustainable economy as well as society. In the wake of changing work structures, the focus has been shifting from physical health to mental wellbeing.
People want to work, yet stay healthy and feel good while doing so.
The future sustainability of any country will be shaped considerably by the performance ability and health of its citizens.
Our innovative relaxation systems enable companies and their respective executives to provide the prerequisites for said “citizen health” by furthering a “healthy spirit” amongst their employees, as well as maintaining and protecting their physical health and personal potential.
The Flow Principle - Attaining peak performance and increased levels of energy with relaxed ease
Peak level performances occur in a state of FLOW, a state of maximum performance ability. Top executives and elite athletes alike have long made use of this phenomenon to achieve truly astonishing results.
It has been scientifically proven that being in the FLOW or ZONE generates feelings of strength, confidence, alertness, all while being in effortless control. Although one might feel challenged by a certain task or goal while being in the ZONE, people typically feel connected to something greater than themselves, instead of being overwhelmed by the given task or problem.
Principles of Success
Participation – involving the entire workforce
Integration across all departments
Project management – a systematic approach
Comprehensiveness – behavior and circumstance-oriented intervention