Over the last century, researchers and business executives alike have sought to increase the productivity of employees. More recently, one way in which employers have sought to do so is through increasing the happiness of their employees. However, despite the recent traction that this idea has gained in corporate circles, the idea is not necessarily supported by research.
"Fifty years later a new world exists. And the people born into that world cannot even imagine the world in which their grandparents lived and into which their own parents were born...This is far more than a social change. It is a change in the human condition.” Drucker
In executive coaching, our main goal is to make an impact on the individuals within an organization, as organizations are dependent on their people. This article highlights how exercise plays an important role in making the most of the connection between one's personal and professional life. This, in turn, can improve the overall efficiency of an individual's productivity within an organization.