ENERGETIC AND PRODUCTIVE EMPLOYEES

According to TNO, 57% of all employees want support in managing work pressure and stress better. 27% of all sick leave costs are due to psychosocial workload (PSA). TNO also refers to research that 1 in 6 employees has burnout symptoms. Our calculation shows that the next crisis will lead to a 50% increase in PSA costs. This is the result of having to do more with fewer people. Employees must make better use of their energy in order to reduce overall sick leave stats.


Our current lifestyle also affects our productivity. Our executive functions, in particular, perform worse when we put too much effort in with too little time for recovery. As a result, less smart decisions are made. We work less well together and we are more likely to lose concentration. It is important to invest in employees in order to improve productivity.


In addition, employees want to have enough energy to enjoy their work. They also want to take that energy home. This has a positive effect on their partner and children. It also motivates you to do some more sports.


Crystal Clarity helps employees to better deal with work pressure and stress.

 
 

PROGRAM

Measuring body and behaviour

This measurement takes 3 days. It reveals what affects well-being and performance at work, leisure and sleep.


With these sensors we measure heart rate variability (HRV). This gives us insight into effort (stress) and recovery moments. Together with the participant's notes and agenda, we get a detailed insight into the effect of behaviour.

Consultation

On the basis of this measurement, the participant receives a report and an advisory interview.

In the counseling interview we look at:

  • What causes stress

  • Sleep rhythm

  • Sleep quality

  • Recovery during work

  • Recovery in private time

  • Effort during work

  • Effort in private time

  • Energy level

  • Fitness level


Crystal Clarity cooperates internationally with other training agencies. As a result, we have a large database of scientifically based and applicable solutions at our disposal.

Trend measurement & Gamification

We have an accurate overview of the participant's improvement points. We will continue to measure the progress over a number of months with the help of a smartwatch. This watch contains sensors that also measure HRV. This is accurate enough to measure a clear trend.

The participant has 24/7 access to his own data. This allows for more conscious choices to be made. In addition, the data provides an element of play. It's addictive to get better and better scores.

MAHOUT

Measurements are only meaningful when we take them in a specific context. That's why we link the data to the calendar. This allows us to identify which events give energy and which ons suck energy away. This will enable us to recognise patterns. MAHOUT is the software program that converts the "raw" data into usable data. It is an easy to use program to connect to your OUTLOOK calendar. In addition, you have plenty of room to make personal notes. We use this information to further develop the participant.

Check-in’s

We have regular contact with the participant to discuss progress. This is an encouragement to change behavior. It also provides us the opportunity to coach.

 

BENEFITS

 
  • Productivity increases

  • Our executive functions perform better.

  • Participants come home with more energy and pleasure.

  • Address signals that lead to burn-out.

  • 85% of the coached participants feel more effective

  • Up to 30% less sick leave

  • Proven method to motivate participants to exercise and continue training.

WHAT EXACTLY ARE WE MEASURING?

Examining the heart provides us with an enormous amount of information about our bodies. Our heart rate is constantly changing to meet life's needs. Heart rate variability (HRV) means the variation in time between successive heartbeats. It is universally accepted as a measurement point of activity of the autonomic nervous system (ANS).


HRV increases during relaxing and restorative activities and decreases during stress. Therefore, HRV is usually higher when the heart beats slowly and decreases as the heart beats faster. In other words, heart rate and HRV generally have a reversed relationship.


HRV changes from day to day based on activity levels and amount of work-related stress. In addition to these external stress factors, internal stress factors cause variation in the daily HRV levels. Internal stress factors include poor nutrition, alcohol consumption, illness, etc.

Looking Out to the Lake
 

PACKAGES

Sustainability package

  • Measure body and behaviour

  • Consultation

  • Trend measurement (including 3 months lease smartwatch)

  • 3 months use of Mahout

  • 3 check-in's (during working days)

  • 3 months of e-learning



Measuring body and behaviour

  • Rental of sensors (3 days)

  • Consultation

  • 6 months of e-learning


 

Chrystal Clarity
Dahliastraat 9
4001EC  TIEL
0643477300