The Art and Science of Well-being at Work

Home Blog Article The Art and Science of Well-being at Work

The Art and Science of Well-being at Work

Leaders of high-intensity, high-performing organizations are beginning to recognize the important effects of mindfulness, exercise, and sleep on the body—and the brain.

Living in a fast-paced, digitally focused, hyperconnected world often means sacrificing the ability to step back and take a breath. In this episode of the McKinsey Podcast, McKinsey Publishing’s Lucia Rahilly taps principal Manish Chopra, specialist Els van der Helm, and author and McKinsey alumna Caroline Webb for their experience and expertise on the mind–body connection and why executives are increasingly taking notice.

Listen to the podcast on: http://www.mckinsey.com/global-themes/leadership/the-art-and-science-of-well-being-at-work

More inspiration

Blog Article

Sleep Deprivation Impairs the Accurate Recognition of Human Emotions

Els van der Helm, Ninad Gujar and Matthew P. Walker Study Objectives: Investigate the impact of sleep deprivation on the …

Video

3 rules for the perfect nap

Blog Article

REM Sleep Depotentiates Amygdala Activity to Previous Emotional Experiences

Summary Clinical evidence suggests a potentially causal interaction between sleep and affective brain function; nearly all mood disorders display co-occurring …