Johann Berlin is the CEO of the TLEX Institute, who work with Fortune 500 companies to create resilience in businesses by using restorative techniques and authentic engagement to strengthen the energy and connections between individuals, teams, and organizations, to achieve a greater purpose. Johann is featured in the Harvard Business Review, the New York Times and Washington Post among many other publications, he has also shared his work at Tedx in London and with leading universities all over the world.
In this week’s podcast, we explore why we need to create spaces for recovery breaks in our work days, and how we can find ways to fit these moments into even the most demanding of roles and workplaces.
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- [03:23] – Johann explains why making space for recovery can be so challenging in our workplaces.
- [07:16] – Johann provides some examples of how workplaces are making recovery breaks a social norm to help people look after their wellbeing.
- [11:37] – Johann offers some tips for tuning into the somatic, emotional, and neurological signals of your brain and body when you’re struggling, and how to create rituals and habits to help you recover in these moments.
- [23:02] – Johann completes the Lightning Round.
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Until next time, take care! Thank you Johann!