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An innovative way to increase well-being at work

Would you like to boost productivity, well-being and team spirit in your company by helping people to sleep better?

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An innovative way to increase well-being at work

Would you like to boost productivity, well-being and team spirit in your company by helping people to sleep better?

I want to know more

1 in 2 people do not get adequate sleep …

Sleep is a biological imperative and fundamental to our health and wellbeing. Yet a massive 54% of people report inadequate sleep. What’s worse is that people (probably in your company) are not doing anything about it.

… and burnout is everywhere

In 2016, 80,000 Belgians suffered from a burnout according to the National Institute of Sickness and Invalidity, at a cost of €600 million. One of the first indicators of burnout… is sleep deprivation.

1 in 2 people do not get adequate sleep …

Sleep is a biological imperative and fundamental to our health and wellbeing. Yet a massive 54% of people report inadequate sleep. What’s worse is that people (probably in your company) are not doing anything about it.

… and burnout is everywhere

In 2016, 80,000 Belgians suffered from a burnout according to the National Institute of Sickness and Invalidity, at a cost of €600 million. One of the first indicators of burnout… is sleep deprivation.

By investing in sleep, you will boost well-being and leadership and avoid the huge costs of sleep deprivation at work

THREE COMPLEMENTARY TOOLS

Make sleep simple again with our step-by-step programme

Inform and Inspire

Sleep Conference

Engage your team or entire company in the topic of sleep and announce further support.

Change Behaviours

Sleepability Challenge

Our 30-day online challenge guides your employees to change behaviours and improve their sleep.

Give individual support

Sleep Coaching

Coaches create personal sleep plans, encourage and motivate your people to make lasting changes.

Some Statistics

Do you know how much sleep is costing your company?

6 days

Less productive

A Rand Europe study found that employees who sleep 6 hours or less per night are 6 days less productive than colleagues that sleep 8 hours 

1,500€ 

Per employee

The average annual cost of sleep deprivation per employee is €1,500 based on the cost of lost productivity (absenteeism and presenteeism) 

Some other interesting numbers

1.5 hours

Less sleep

2%

of GDP

54%

of Belgians sleep badly

35 min

Less sleep

Humans are sleeping 1.5 hours less than 100 years ago, mainly due to changing lifestyle factors. We are beginning to understand the risks involved.

It is estimated that the cost of sleep deprivation in developed countries is equal to 2% of GDP, which in the US is equivalent to the education budget.

According to a study by New Pharma in 2017 of 2700 people, over half of Belgians report “generally sleeping badly”.

Work-place factors including long commutes and unrealistic time pressure, were found to decrease sleep times by 35 minutes per night.

Some other interesting numbers

1.5 hours

Less sleep

Humans are sleeping 1.5 hours less than 100 years ago, mainly due to changing lifestyle factors. We are beginning to understand the risks involved.

2%

of GDP

It is estimated that the cost of sleep deprivation in developed countries is equal to 2% of GDP, which in the US is equivalent to the education budget.

54%

of Belgians sleep badly

According to a study by New Pharma in 2017 of 2700 people, over half of Belgians report “generally sleeping badly”

35 min

Less sleep

Work-place factors including long commutes and unrealistic time pressure, were found to decrease sleep times by 35 minutes per night

Invest in sleep

Stop the ripple effects of sleep deprivation

1. Stop burnout

Healthy sleep sleep is the best prevention for getting a burnout

You can see that someone approaching a burnout before it happens. The person continues to work late to meet deadlines that never seem to end. Their behaviour changes, they become more negative and less proactive in team situations. They look tired. 

Research has shown that someone can manage increasing workloads and increasing stress, as long as they get a good night’s sleep to recover mentally and physically every night.

1. Stop burnout

Healthy sleep sleep is the best prevention for getting a burnout

You can see that someone approaching a burnout before it happens. The person continues to work late to meet deadlines that never seem to end. Their behaviour changes, they become more negative and less proactive in team situations. They look tired. 

Research has shown that someone can manage increasing workloads and increasing stress, as long as they get a good night’s sleep to recover mentally and physically every night.

2. Boost leadership skills

Healthy sleep enhances essential skills that are necessary for being a good leader.

2. Boost leadership skills

Healthy sleep enhances essential skills that are necessary for being a good leader.

Result orientation

Staying focused and concentrated

To do this well, it’s important to focus and avoid distractions while at the same time seeing the bigger picture. Sleep deprivation impairs the ability to focus attention selectively.

Sleep is involved in all stages of the learning process: before learning to encode new information, after learning in the consolidation stage and before remembering to retrieve. These processes are critical to the ability to seek, encode, and consolidate different perspectives.

Creativity

Seeking out different perspectives

Problem solving and decision making

Finding insights and recognize patterns

Sleep is beneficial for a host of cognitive functions that help us solve problems effectively, including insight, pattern recognition, logical reasoning and the ability to come up with innovative and creative ideas. Sleep has also been shown to improve decision making and the ability to weigh the relative.

When sleep-deprived, you behave more negatively towards others and interpret others’ behaviour as more negative as well, leading to a break-down in trust and relationships.  You are more likely to misinterpret social cues and overreact to emotional events.

Social interactions and support to others

Increasing emotional stability and trust

Result orientation

Staying focused and concentrated

To do this well, it’s important to focus and avoid distractions while at the same time seeing the bigger picture. Sleep deprivation impairs the ability to focus attention selectively.

Problem solving and decision making

Finding insights and recognize patterns

Sleep is beneficial for a host of cognitive functions that help us solve problems effectively, including insight, pattern recognition, logical reasoning and the ability to come up with innovative and creative ideas. Sleep has also been shown to improve decision making and the ability to weigh the relative.

Creativity

Seeking out different perspectives

Sleep is involved in all stages of the learning process: before learning to encode new information, after learning in the consolidation stage and before remembering to retrieve. These processes are critical to the ability to seek, encode, and consolidate different perspectives.

Social interactions and support to others

Increasing emotional stability and trust

When sleep-deprived, you behave more negatively towards others and interpret others’ behaviour as more negative as well, leading to a break-down in trust and relationships.  You are more likely to misinterpret social cues and overreact to emotional events.

3. Stop undermining your investments in people

Sleep deprived employees will not be engaged and responsive to all your other efforts to boost productivity and wellbeing

You probably invest in a wide range of programmes for your people (leadership, sports, nutrition, stress management). But, if your people are tired and sleep deprived, they will lack the motivation, good intention and learning capacity to make the most of the opportunities available and make long-lasting behavioural changes.

3. Stop undermining your investments in people

Sleep deprived employees will not be engaged and responsive to all your other efforts to boost productivity and wellbeing

You probably invest in a wide range of programmes for your people (leadership, sports, nutrition, stress management). But, if your people are tired and sleep deprived, they will lack the motivation, good intention and learning capacity to make the most of the opportunities available and make long-lasting behavioural changes.

Our services

Modular sleep programmes to meet your business needs and legal well-being obligations

BENEFITS

  1. Sleep expertise
  2. Behavioural change
  3. Measurable results and cost savings
  4. Modular elements
  5. End-to-end service delivery

BENEFITS

  1. Sleep expertise
  2. Behavioural change
  3. Measurable results and cost savings
  4. Modular elements
  5. End-to-end service delivery

A NEW APPROACH

We provide solutions for companies that understand that the health of their people matters to business, and are looking for new ways to effectively increase the well-being and engagement of their people.

Our programmes are designed to be accessible to many people, without losing the impact provided by personal support. We deliver our expertise through conferences and online learning, but guarantee that there is always a sleep expert on hand to inform, inspire, guide and support people towards making real change.

We are passionate about changing behaviours and improving sleep. We are not satisfied to explain or inform and walk away. We are 100% committed to measuring our results, that’s how we learn and grow stronger.

Sleep Conferences

Sleepability conferences give people the opportunity to learn the essentials about why and how we sleep, presented by our experienced sleep coaches who can answer any questions the audience has on sleep. We assess the audience’s sleep quality by sharing the results of a sleep survey they are invited to complete. These workshops are the perfect kick off for the Sleepability Challenge.

Sleepability Challenge

The Sleepability Challenge is an online programme created by sleep experts, with videos, tools and a Sleepability Journal. The course is designed to enable people to make important changes to their behaviour and associations with sleep over a period of 30 days. Participants are incentivised to engage with the programme through regular motivational emails.  

The frameworks provided in the first week enable participants to tailor the programme to their own needs and track their progress during the Challenge.The programme is designed to be entirely self-taught however it is recommended to provide individual coaching to increase the impact.

Individual coaching

Our individual coaching sessions with certified sleep coaches offer people a personal and confidential space to share and try to overcome deeper, more personal sleep challenges.

Your staff can register for one-hour sessions with a personal sleep coach offering support, answers to more specific questions and sleep problems, sleep plans to prevent long-term illness or, simply, motivation and guidance to enhance the online experience.

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