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As a Sport Scientist I understand productivity. The more quality work I can get out of an athlete on a weekly basis, the more likely that athlete will achieve success on race day. Conversely, the fewer training days I lose due to injury and illness, the more likely success on race day.
In sport we talk about an athlete’s critical success factors and I don’t think that a business or company is any different:
- The more quality work that is produced, the higher the dividend
- The fewer days lost to injury and illness, the higher the dividend
- The more critical success factors that are achieved, the higher the dividend
Therefore, I have taken the critical success factors necessary to keep an athlete training and applied them to the workforce by addressing the following:
- Planning and preparation
- The importance of sleep
- How to remain healthy
- The consistency of training
- Paying attention to nutrition
- Tackling hydration
- And Tips for snacks
If productivity is key to your workplace preparation, then consider my ‘Preparation in the Workplace for Peak Productivity’.