Achieving a good physical health is the most talked-about topic these days. But none of us actually pay attention to our mental wellbeing. But, with the present day work stress and everything going around, emotional wellness needs to come into the priority zone, for leaders and individuals both.
In this podcast, Ben Eden talks about how emotional wellness plays a vital role in the workplace. He explains how leaders need to make sure their employees are doing well, both physically and emotionally. Because at the end of the day, a company's business has a lot to do with employee productivity which would be assured with a stable emotional state.
About the Speaker
Ben Eden has presented around the world with a message that raises listeners’ sights and encourages them to “Reach Their Ultimate Potential”. He has a unique way of communicating with words that will capture your attention and inspire your mindset.
With real-life examples and entertaining stories, Ben helps audiences master their thoughts, heal their emotions, and live their dreams so they can achieve their best in both businesses and in life.
From being an HR executive with nearly 2,000 employees … to starting multiple businesses, Ben helps people live their dreams now as they reach for their ultimate potential.
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(01:32): Please tell us your experience as a Mental Wellness enthusiast.
(07:38): What is Emotional Wellness? Is it the same as Mental Wellness?
(10:12): Can you elaborate on the characteristics of emotional wellness?
(11:00): Can we identify if someone is emotionally well by looking at the traits?
(12:25): Is the term emotional wellness somewhat related to mindfulness and emotional intelligence?
(17:00): How much significance does emotional wellness hold in the workplace?
(21:30): What can the leaders do to ensure their employees are emotionally well?
(25:38): As an HR Executive Coach, have you had any experience with any of your employees who were struggling with mental health?
(29:08) Do you have anything to share with your listeners?