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A new way to increase energy, performance and wellbeing at work

Boost productivity, well-being and team spirit in your company by giving people the tools and support to sleep better!

Our sleep services

A new way to increase energy, performance and wellbeing at work

Boost productivity, well-being and team spirit in your company by giving people the tools and support to sleep better!

Our sleep services

1 in 2 people do not get adequate sleep…

Sleep is a biological imperative and vital to our health and wellbeing. And yet a massive 54% of people report inadequate sleep.

… 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 vital to our health and wellbeing. And yet a massive 54% of people report inadequate sleep.

… 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 health, you will boost well-being and leadership and avoid the huge costs of sleep deprivation at work

FOUR COMPLEMENTARY TOOLS

Make sleep simple again with Sleepability

Inform and Inspire

Sleep Conferences

Inspire your entire company or team to think differently about sleep and take the first steps towards improving sleep.

Change Behaviours

Sleepability Challenge

Our 37-day online challenge guides your employees to change behaviours and improve their sleep.

Inform and Engage

Sleep Workshops

Participants gain knowledge and tools to create their own personal sleep improvement plan.

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 

2,000€

Per employee

A Harvard Medical School study based on 7,428 employees estimated the average annual cost of sleep deprivation per employee to be 2,000 ($2,280) per employee.

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 health

Stop the domino effect of sleep deprivation

1. Prevent burnout

Encouraging and enabling healthy sleep patterns should be part of your approach to preventing burnout

Burnout is a recognised medical condition where professionals experience depression-like symptoms and physical, mental and emotional exhaustion as a result of stress related to their work. Signs of burnout include anxiety, headaches, fatigue, increasingly cynical view of the world… and sleep deprivation.

Research has shown that as long as sleep remains healthy, someone is less vulnerable to burnout, despite increasing workloads and increasing stress. Sleeping problems are an early indicator and sleep coaching can be an effective prevention of burnout.

1. Prevent burnout

Encouraging and enabling healthy sleep patterns should be part of your approach to preventing burnout

Burnout is a recognised medical condition where professionals experience depression-like symptoms and physical, mental and emotional exhaustion as a result of stress related to their work. Signs of burnout include anxiety, headaches, fatigue, increasingly cynical view of the world… and sleep deprivation.

Research has shown that as long as sleep remains healthy, someone is less vulnerable to burnout, despite increasing workloads and increasing stress. Sleeping problems are an early indicator and sleep coaching can be an effective prevention of burnout.

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

When you sleep, your brain is reconditioned. Parts of your brain that allow you to focus attention selectively are optimally enhanced during sleep so that when you wake up you can avoid distractions and concentrate, without losing sight of the bigger picture. 

When we sleep, the brain functions in a very different way to when we are awake. The brain can create original and new connections between pieces of information and memories, that allow you to create something completely new and identify breakthroughs in your work.

Creativity

Connecting information in new ways

Problem solving and decision making

Finding insights and recognizing 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 ideas. Sleep has also been shown to improve decision making abilities and our ability to weigh up the relative pros and cons.

When sleep-deprived, you are more likely to misinterpret social cues and overreact to emotional events. You are also likely to be more selfish, less compassionate and even more deviant! A poorly-slept manager behaves more negatively and aggressively towards his team, creating a less motivated and engaged workplace.

Social interactions and support to others

Increasing emotional stability and trust

Result orientation

Staying focused and concentrated

When you sleep, your brain is reconditioned. Parts of your brain that allow you to focus attention selectively are optimally enhanced during sleep so that when you wake up you can avoid distractions and concentrate, without losing sight of the bigger picture

Problem solving and decision making

Finding insights and recognizing 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 ideas. Sleep has also been shown to improve decision making abilities and our ability to weigh up the relative pros and cons.

Creativity

Connecting information in new ways

When we sleep, the brain functions in a very different way to when we are awake. The brain can create original and new connections between pieces of information and memories, that allow you to create something completely new and identify breakthroughs in your work.

Social interactions and support to others

Increasing emotional stability and trust

When sleep-deprived, you are more likely to misinterpret social cues and overreact to emotional events. You are also likely to be more selfish, less compassionate and even more deviant! A poorly-slept manager behaves more negatively and aggressively towards his team, creating a less motivated and engaged workplace.

3. Re-enforce your investment 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, professional training and development). So you want to make sure that your people are wide awake and ready to learn these new skills and engage in activities, and rightly so. Well-slept people have more motivation and a greater capacity to learn vital new skills that you are investing in through your talent programmes.

3. Re-enforce your investment 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, professional training and development). So you want to make sure that your people are wide awake and ready to learn these new skills and engage in activities, and rightly so. Well-slept people have more motivation and a greater capacity to learn vital new skills that you are investing in through your talent programmes.

Our services

Modular sleep programmes to meet your business needs 

BENEFITS

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

BENEFITS

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

A NEW APPROACH

We work with companies who 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 all and impactful at a personal level.

We are passionate about changing behaviours and mindsets to improve people’s sleep completely naturally and we are committed to delivering an impact and transparency, by measuring our results.

Sleep Conferences

In our Sleepability Conference, we inspire people with this fascinating subject and challenge them to think about their own relationship with sleep. We explain the importance of sleep, by giving very concrete and relatable examples of how sleep impacts many areas of life.

We give people knowledge about what happens when we sleep and a framework to help them master their own sleep. These Conferences are the perfect kick- off for the Sleepability Challenge.

Sleepability Challenge

The Sleepability Challenge is a 37-day online programme that takes people step-by-step on a journey towards better sleep. Participants identify the factors that influence their own sleep, commit to concrete actions and track their new habits and their sleep over 30 days in their Sleepability Journals (e-book).

Participants receive access to an online learning platform with  coaching videos, expert sleep articles, a Yoga Nidra audio and a discussion board, facilitated by one of our sleep coaches. The course is designed to be completely self-taught but also works well as a follow on from our Conference.

Sleep Workshops

The Sleepability Workshop is targeted towards a small group of individuals (maximum 12 people) who are motivated to improve their sleep. We introduce key concepts (for example, our Golden Rules of Sleep) and facilitate discussions about how to improve habits and beliefs about sleep. Participants go away with a better understanding of what is impacting their own ability to sleep well and a personal sleep improvement plan. The Workshop ends with a 20-minute guided sleep meditation. 

Individual coaching

Sleep Coaching offers people a private space and personal support to learn about their sleep and improve it. It is suited to people who prefer a personalised approach or who have more complex sleeping challenges.

Sleeping Coaching helps people understand the source of their sleeping problems, provides a personalised plan and gives them a framework and support for making long-lasting change. 

Sleep coaching can be used in conjunction with the Sleepability Challenge to give people additional support, guidance and encouragement.

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Interested to find out more?

Request more information below or call us on +32 493 995 003

Interested to find out more?

Request more information below or call us on +32 493 995 003

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