Take care of yourself. Physical health lays the groundwork for the well-being of body and mind.
For individuals this means eating right, getting plenty of rest, exercising and adopting habits that result in long-term wellbeing. It also means avoiding behavior which is unhealthy or downright destructive. Nurses, aides and therapists are often so busy taking care of everyone else that they sometimes forget to take care of themselves. Speakers at the CEO Leadership School will help caregivers to conduct a personal health audit and to establish a plan that results in maximum health and wellness. From the corporate point of view, physical equity poses the question: What policies and procedures are in place to ensure the health of its employees and of the corporation? One such policy involves risk management, that is the systematic identification of potential problems. A second is contingency plans to be put in place as, for example, in the case of a pandemic or national emergency. Another line of inquiry is an analysis of the physical environment. CEO Leadership School speakers will describe why individuals inevitably reflect their environment and provide suggestions about steps to make it as functional and therefore as productive as possible.