Charlotte works with corporate groups, universities and schools to educate teams and students in the value of good quality sleep. She answers, in easy to digest language backed by medical evidence, why we should all be putting a good night’s sleep at the top of our to-do list.
Most of us understand that long-term poor-quality sleep will impact on our physical and mental health. But do you really know why? And do you know why poor-quality sleep – whether acute or over a long period of time - impacts on your cognitive function and productivity? And – most importantly - do you actually know how to get a good night’s sleep?
In today’s ‘always-on’ world, we all lead incredibly busy lives and a solid 8 hours’ is something we regularly sacrifice – it’s nothing another coffee can’t solve! But the long-term effects on our health and productivity are surprising.
Find out why – and how - you should be making sleep your number one goal.
Wellness in the workplace is an important focus for many companies, who lose valuable people and revenue to lifestyle related illnesses on a daily basis. So many of these problems are inter-related with sleep and can be prevented with education and achievable lifestyle changes. Charlotte presents a speaker series, seminars and workshops, aimed at corporate groups. Designed to educate and inspire your team to make sleep a priority, topics include:
- Basic sleep hygiene
- Managing sleep and stress
- Sleep in Covid times
- Sleep to enhance performance
- Sleep 101
Charlotte’s recent clients include: Arcteryx, Nike, Premiere league football. Banks, British Airways, Shift workers, Universities.