A psychologically healthy workplace starts with a leadership culture that fosters employee effectiveness and well-being while enhancing organizational performance and productivity.
In today’s 24/7 society, workplace pressures continue to mount. Productivity demands, information overload and increasing pressures to balance work and home lives can take a toll on employees’ health, well-being and job satisfaction.
It is important to note that there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach to creating a psychologically healthy workplace. Success is based, in part, on addressing the challenges unique to your particular organization and tailoring programs and policies to meet your needs.
Dr. Farnaz established the Center for Work Life to help Organizations and professionals address challenges in Productivity, through solving human capital costs resulting from high health care liabilities and turnover, Stress and information overload and to help bring equilibrium and balance to the organization.
Having had over 15 years of experience as a trainer, and human capital consultant to Fortune 500 organizations, she offers clients practical and customized solutions to their business and professional dilemmas which get at the heart of the issue, rather than putting a temporary bandage on it.
The Center for Work Life menu of services is comprised of behaviorally effective and scientifically valid methodologies backed by years of research, and proven effective through the high accolades given year after year by our clients. These services were designed based on first hand knowledge experience gained both as an employee and as a doctor of corporate psychology working in corporate environments and witnessing as to what works and what has demonstrated to be a failed situation. Through engagement, my clients are able to make confident and financially viable choices involving their staff and team, attain extraordinary awareness and interpersonal growth, lower turn-over and master sustained growth and career satisfaction. The gift of freedom from paying high unnecessary costs and sustained Peak Performance, year after year.
Needs and topics addressed within these categories include: management styles, situational leadership, developing leadership qualities, executive recruitment training, work life balance, emotional intelligence training, work performance, stress management in the workplace, stress management activities, time management activities, team development, problem solving activities, management consulting training programs, professional communication, assertive communication coaching, interpersonal skills for top performers, effective communication styles, communication techniques, public speaking skills, presentation skills, and conflict management strategies.
Effective Public Speakers can be difficult to find, but Center for Work Life has that covered too. As a leadership, communications, and change management speaker, Dr. Farnaz Namin- Hedayati of Center for Work Life raises the bar in interactive presentations. We can also help companies conduct organization research and run focus groups.