Organizational Health Starts With Self-Care

Organizational health starts with self-care: Join us for a transformative, actionable discussion. 

In today’s fast-paced corporate world where we’re never fully disconnected, organizations often overlook a critical aspect of their success: the well-being of their employees. A Deloitte survey recently found that almost 70% of executives are considering leaving their jobs for workplaces that care more about their wellbeing, and 57% of employees outside of management roles want to quit for similar reasons. Turnover is one of the costliest things an organization can face – both in terms of replacing the employee and the impact on company morale and productivity.

The self-care imperative

On October 13 from 11:00am – 12:00pm, SDEA is presenting “Self-Care is NOT Selfish: Prioritize Your Health for Organizational Well-Being”. Functional medicine nutritionist Sara Barthel will provide research-based and actionable steps to prioritize physical and mental health along with tips for self-care, stress management, and nutrition. We’ll explore how a focus on self-care can lead to reduced turnover rates, improved morale, and enhanced creativity and innovation.

Practical strategies for implementation

Self-care isn’t just a theory; it’s about actionable strategies. Sara will share practical ways to incorporate self-care into your organization’s culture. Participants will learn how series of small daily changes add up to major improvements in energy, focus, mood, weight, and more.

Remember, an organization is only as healthy as its employees. Join us to explore how a self-care culture can be the key to unlocking the full potential of your organization.

Contact us: 858.505.0024