Podcast with Tom Rath
Tom Rath is an author and researcher who has spent the past two decades studying how work can improve human health and wellbeing. His ten books including, Strengths Finder 2.0, Wellbeing, and Eat Move Sleep, have sold more than ten million copies, and made hundreds of appearances on global bestseller lists. During his 13 years at Gallup, Tom was the Program Leader for the development of Clifton Strengths Finder, which has helped over 20 million people to uncover their talents, and went on to lead the organization’s employee engagement, wellbeing, and leadership practices worldwide. He has served for the past five years as a Gallup Senior Scientist. He’s also an advisor, investor, and partner in several start-ups.
In this podcast, we explore how small changes in the way you eat, move and sleep can improve your wellbeing and performance at work.
Connect with Tom Rath:
- [04:29] – Tom explains how the small choices around how we eat, move and sleep each day can have a big impact on our wellbeing and performance at work.
- [08:16] – Tom outlines why tackling the way we eat, move, and sleep simultaneously is a better way to improve our energy levels.
- [11:38] – Tom offers some small choices that can improve the way we’re eating each day.
- [15:44] – Tom provides some tips to help leaders improve the way people eat at work together.
- [18:18] – Tom explains why sitting is our biggest health challenge at work and the easy ways we can get people moving more at work.
- [21:35] – Tom explains why lack of sleep is the most underestimated threat to our wellbeing and performance at work.
- [25:17] – Tom completes the Lightning Round.
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Until next time, take care! Thank you Tom!