HeartMath® Resilience Training and Coaching in Organisations
Training For Your People
ReCharge – Boost Your Inner Battery® is a fun, interactive and experiential programme designed to help your employees transform their stress into resilience, boost their well-being and empower their performance.
Participants learn about their sources of resilience and develop self-awareness of what drains and renews their inner battery. They then experience a series of simple, fast and powerful coherence self-regulation techniques designed to be used in real time, with eyes open.
They also use our Inner Balance™ HRV biofeedback technologies to see and believe that they can intentionally change their physiology and state.
The programme works best as two half days separated by 2-4 weeks. The first half day is dedicated to self-awareness, mastering of the foundation HeartMath coherence techniques and use of the biofeedback.
In the 2 – 4 weeks after the first half-day, participants then practise the techniques “on and off the job” and also use the biofeedback technology to deepen their learning and skill. During this period they are provided with a series of short, helpful and informative emails designed to help them sustain their practice and develop their ability to achieve coherence.
The second half day begins with a discussion of people’s experiences including “the difference” they have noticed in their emotions, feelings, thoughts, behaviours, relationships and general day to day life. Participants then experience a series of strategic HeartMath coherence techniques for effective communication, creativity/problem solving and project planning.
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The effectiveness of the programme is measured with the use of The Institute of HeartMath’s Personal and Organisational Quality Assessment (POQA) tool. This is a questionnaire which we ask participants to complete before and after the programme.
We can also provide data relating to the use of the Inner Balance technology. This includes frequency of use, duration of use and development of coherence scores. It is also possible to create cohorts of users to provide collective data. Cohorts can also engage in friendly competition with each other to encourage practice.
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