Corporate Speaker Michael Finnigan to present at Corporate Health Staff Conference

31 Jan

On Friday this week the Corporate Health team are getting together at our HQ in Berkshire. This is a great opportunity to here about the success stories of 2012, our exciting plans for 2013 and to ensure they have a fit an healthy mind, motivated and energised ready for an exciting year.

Corporate Health established before the NHS have spent over 65 years looking after the occupational Health of Corporate Britain and know only too well the importance of employee wellbeing and the benefits this has on performance and the P&L. We are now taking wellbeing to the next level, pushing to one side the physical and focusing on the physiological helping motivate and inspire the team to move from good to great. ‘we know that if the team are motivated and believe in what they can do productivity, imagination and success just happen, Michael who has years of experience in this field is going to help focus our team on what they need to do to achieve what they want both personally and at work. Michael brings this to life with stories of success and how individuals became great achievers’.

Looking after your employees well being means the whole person not just their body, CIPD report that the investment in wellbeing programmes is rising with over 50% of companies having a strategy in place. Forward thinking companies are helping employees overcome the stress of work by focusing their support on the Mind as well as the body.

Michael Finnigan is the founder of i2i , inspired by Art Niemann, Vice President Human Resources and Personal Assistant to billionaire insurance magnate, author and philanthropist, W Clement Stone, Michael Finnigan has been studying and teaching the science of how each one of us can be even better than we already are in all areas of our challenging and exciting lives. 

Michael has taught all over the world and considers himself privileged to have either met or worked with (or against!) the likes of, the Dalai Lama, Ron Dennis, Frank Carson, Sir Alex Ferguson, José Mourinho, Sam Allardyce, Darren Clarke, Rory McIlroy, Dame Mary Peters, Tiger Woods, David Moyes, Bill Kenwright, Andrew Flintoff, Duncan Fletcher, Wayne Rooney, Martin Johnson, Last Titanic Survivor Milvina Dean, Everest Climber Annabelle Bond, Dancing On Ice’s Karen Barber, Adrian Childs, Derek Hatton, Gary Player, Sir Derek Higgs, Nelson Mandela, Pioneering Artists ‘Temper’ and Willard Wiggan, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Phillip Schofield, Dr Patch Adams, Saatchi’s Kevin Roberts, Jimmy White, Pelé, Will Carling, Sir Tom Finney, Shane Warne, Billionaire Phillip Green, Sylvester Stallone, Arsène Wenger, Gerry Adams, Stephen Hendry, Sir Matthew


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