Fatigue Management – Behaviour vs Machine
More and more we are becoming dependent on software to help us manage the fatigue in our lives. On the market today there are many systems and devices that are aiding and improving our fatigue management. But we must never lose sight of the value of (1) Having a Personal Energy Plan, and (2) The discipline to execute this plan. It’s not either / or but both working in harmony for the best outcomes for the user.
- The best software/devices that can complement your discipline
- What you can do before, during and after work to ensure your energy tanks are ready
- How to identify and respond to fatigue issues in others
- The proven energy sources we don’t talk about enough.
What causes most humans to ‘buy-in’?
When selling the purpose or reasons behind safety procedures we often focus on the ‘what’ and the ‘how’, both of which are crucial points, but both of which most can be put into context with clarity around the ‘why’. When we know ‘why’ our motivation for safety systems and behaviour increases dramatically as the brain attaches value to our purpose.
- How to include the ‘why’ piece naturally into your safety conversations
- The science of purpose and its drive to improve ‘mind on the job’
- What causes people to opt-out
- How to connect life purpose to job purpose, to project purpose so as to drive task purpose.
Despite all the technical skills people have, many of us still struggle to put our finger on the triggers that really activate maximum return from both the personal and professional aspects of our lives. Whether it is the curse of busyness, a lack of clarity or immediate value, we all need to stop, do a stocktake and clearly define the elements and core ingredients that are fundamental to get the most out of life in a healthy and sustainable way.
- How the social media comparison game is causing us to run the wrong races or pick the wrong fights
- Success at home and work, is it even possible?
- Work / life balance is creating heartache but purpose vs priorities balance is the cure
- How to take back some control of accessibility.