· For many years Helen Eriksen has focused on creating the greatest possible meaning for employees and employers – both as members of staff and as human beings.
· Helen has a great belief in the idea that we as human beings must give while we grow. This means it isn’t enough to go to work just in order to give to the workplace and receive one’s salary. The workplace must never become a place where we go to be drained. The workplace must contribute to our growth as human beings.
During the talk Helen focuses on what the employee and workplace can do in concrete terms so that increasingly employees can leave work with the same – or even higher – level of energy as when they arrived. Many employees come home to their children and partner like a wrung-out dishcloth, tired and out of sorts, which doesn’t contribute to an enjoyable and rewarding evening for the family.
· Inspired by the latest research and many years of dedicated practical experience in the field, Helen Eriksen talks humorously about which down-to-earth meaningful factors in the individual, between people, management-wise and in the organization as a whole, quite naturally reduce sick leave through development of an unshakable robustness and a long-term level of wellbeing.