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Live a Healthy Life with Wellness Quality Management!
Tips from experts on becoming a Professional Manager to achieve a Quality of Life at home and workplace as a Mindful Leader for your own Wellness and your organization's Success!
The Wellness Model
The Eight Dimensions of Wellness is a concept used to help define factors that contribute to overall well-being and understand how each dimension of wellness can be best balanced.
The Model was first developed by Dr. Peggy Swarbrick.
Coping effectively with life and creating satisfying relationships
Recognizing creative abilities and finding ways to expand knowledge and skills
Satisfaction with current and future financial situations
Expanding a sense of purpose and
meaning in life
Developing a sense of connection, belonging, and a support system
Good health by occupying pleasant, stimulating environments for well-being
Personal satisfaction and enrichment from one’s work
Recognizing the need for physical activity, healthy foods, and sleep
"Quality of Life" by a Professional Manager in a "QualityPMO"
Based on the above Eight Dimension Wellness Model, Dr. Emari, PMP developed a new model called the 4H of WQM 4 QPMO as displayed below. This will serve as a model for Mindful Leaders to achieve "Wellness Quality Management" goals as Professional Managers in a QPMO of any organization for External Success and Internal Peace!
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Professional Managers are Happy People
Professional Managers are happy people that know how to balance their life and work in an optimized approach. Your Wellness Quality of Life is a project, manage it like a professional...
- Meditation Training
- Healthy Eating Habits
- Human Performance
- Team Building Facilitation
- Organizational Quality Culture
- Improve Focus & Effectiveness
- Stay Safe, Healthy, and Happy
- Empathy, Kindness, and Compassion
- Emotional Intelligence and Team Performance
- Become a Professional Manager
Integration of Quality and Safety in Work Planning and Control is the key to stay safe and healthy at work!
EMARI System Thinking
Quality Integration Approach
Professional Managers Team
Protecting workers and staff in the workplace is an integrated collaboration for a Just Culture. It is the organization's responsibility to set the correct system and processes to protect their people and customers.
Human Performance Improvement (HPI) is a methodology to assess the Human Factor in contributing to mindless accidents and errors. It is the responsibility of people to seek training and be mindful in doing their assigned tasks.
Fairness & Compassion
A "Quality Culture" in an organization promotes a "Just Culture" for balancing responsibility along with individual responsibility for Quality of Life and Wellness Management.
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Sport in any form and physical movement is an essential part of every healthy lifestyle. Incorporate physical activity into your daily routine even on your chair at the office!
Healthy Eating of Whole Food and nutritious food is important, but knowing when to stop eating is crucial. Integrate Intermittent Fasting as part of your healthy diet.
Don't let your emotions and thoughts take over your mind, be mindful by using the sensation anchors to better focus at work and enjoy life!
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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program and course considers proper meditation for Lovingkindness results. Walking and Yoga are part of the physical activity needed along with mental health and meditation excercises. Learn more from Palouse Mindfulness
Pranayama is an ancient breath technique that originates from yogic practices in India. It involves controlling your breath in different styles and lengths. It has more recently gained popularity because of the many health benefits that come from the practice. Learn more at WebMD