How to cultivate well-being and emotional health from work and everyday life

We spend a third of our time at work. That’s why it’s important to cultivate well-being in everyday life, especially in the workplace, which takes up a lot of our time (Getty Images)

The science determines wellness like a skill that is cultivated and builtbut like most human skills, building it requires an investment of time and effort. Building and caring for well-being must become a habit that is cultivated not artificially, but immersed in our daily reality.

Mental health professionals confirm that the critical situation that the world has gone through in recent years has shown the importance of well-being in meeting the challenges: “The reality is that Many of us spend a third of our time at work. If we think that another third should be spent on vacation, we will soon realize how important it is to cultivate well-being in everyday life, especially in the workplace which takes up a large part of our time,” says Dr. Mary RockDirector of INECO Organizations and Scientific Coordinator of the Symposium.

So much so that younger generations are increasingly prioritizing their mental health and looking to work in companies with cultures that promote it. Thus, those who focus on improving their well-being by taking care of their body, time off, and emotional health, they will be better prepared to face an increasingly changing and uncertain future.

Wellbeing as a skill that is learned and built;  practices to promote wellness in the workplace;  the impact of mental health on business are just some of the topics to be discussed at the Ineco Symposium
Wellbeing as a skill that is learned and built; practices to promote wellness in the workplace; the impact of mental health on business are just some of the topics to be discussed at the Ineco Symposium

“To compete for talent, companies and individuals will need to make changes by incorporating mental health into their policies, practices, measures and benefits. This change involves the efforts of all institutional actors who must also appropriate the issue to serve as allies, promoting an environment of transparency and openness and a culture that favors well-being,” concludes the specialist.

In this vein, with the participation of world-renowned professionals and aimed at the entire community and professionals from various disciplines interested in the topic, the next October 13 will be done free of chargel Third Virtual and International Symposium on Neuroscience and Wellness. It is organized by INECO Foundation and will focus on building and developing well-being in everyday settings, especially in the workplace.

Outstanding professionals such as Jacqueline Brasi of the McKinsey Institute of Health or Martinois Rua and Alejandro Melamed, They will look at topics such as: Wellbeing as a skill that is learned and built; practices to promote wellness in the workplace; the impact of mental health on business; the leadership of the future; Mental health and well-being from a gender and generational perspective; new technologies that are allies or enemies of well-being: the concept of digital well-being; illnesses of the mind and their impact on people, teams and companies; by the way.

To compete for talent, companies and individuals will need to make changes by incorporating mental health into their policies, practices, measures and benefits
To compete for talent, companies and individuals will need to make changes by incorporating mental health into their policies, practices, measures and benefits

Registration is open and free to the entire community of various disciplines interested in the topic. Requires pre-registration by logging in here.

Established in 2008, the INECO Foundation supports research programs aimed at understanding the neurobiological basis of the most complex brain processes and promotes academic projects aimed at improving the prevention, detection and treatment of neurological and psychiatric disorders.

Its main pillars are interdisciplinary work; the importance of research projects to society; the international impact of his research; and raising awareness of neuroscience issues in the community.

Among other recognitions, the INECO Foundation received the 2018 Konex Award as one of the 5 most outstanding health organizations of the decade in Argentina (2008-2017).

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