Studies do believe that physical exercises keep us healthy but did you know that physical activities can heighten productivity levels in all areas of your lives too?
Along with giving more energy and reducing stress, physical exercise boosts work performance, keeps the momentum going and enhances mental capacity. Not to mention how it stops that afternoon fatigue slump we go through mainly post lunch hour.
In this podcast, LeAnn Smith talks about how physical exercises and productivity go hand in hand. She is of the view that physical activities affect a person's productivity, which makes it a key factor for leaders to motivate their employees.
About the Speaker
LeAnn offers Corporate Wellness solutions for organizations of all sizes. With over fourteen years of corporate Human Resources experience, she brings a wealth of corporate, organizational knowledge and understanding, as well as the ability to provide customized and engaging health and wellness solutions.
And, as a certified Health and Nutrition Coach from Integrative Institute of Nutrition and Precision Nutrition together with having a 200-hour yoga certification, LeAnn has a vast array of health and wellness experience and education. She has spent the last eleven years working with clients to adapt and support them in building healthier and happier lifestyles.
(01:19): So tell us about your experience as a Health and Nutrition Coach and how has it been spending so many years of your life in this field?
(02:25): Now, moving on to the topic, according to you, what is the significance of physical activity in today’s world?
(04:29): Talking about physical activity and its importance in the current world, do you think there is any correlation between physical activity and productivity?
(07:03): How does physical exercise increase productivity?
(10:45): Having discussed exercises and productivity, how does physical activity boost work outcomes? Isn't it better for the entire organization?
(16:33): As we know employers these days are concerned about their employees’ wellbeing so what do you think they can do to motivate employees towards doing more physical activity?
(19:38): What role does technology play in physical activity and productivity? And what is your take on digital health?
(26:05) With this we conclude this episode, so would you like to give any suggestions to our listeners?
(27:24): If our listeners want to reach you, where would they be able to?