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Navigating the Workplace with The Travelling Ergonomist

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Hi Everyone, My name is Kirsty Angerer and I am The Travelling Ergonomist. I am a tennis enthusiast, a frequent flyer and I spend my life as an Ergonomics Consultant educating people on how to get their bodies into neutral postures. And in today’s professional world, with the prominence of agile and remote working, ergonomics is more important than ever. I want a future with healthy, comfortable & productive workplaces and no more aches and pains. I’ll be drawing insights from experts in the field, talking to those that are responsible for the people in their business and chatting to people like you and me, the ones who are trying to navigate the workplace in this digital era.

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A conversation with Rex Miller, Award Winning Author of The Healthy Workplace Nudge
Rex Miller is an award winning author of 6 books in workplace wellness , team dynamics, executive coaching, strategic planning and high performance lifestyles. As many of you will know I’m an avid tennis enthusiast and it seems Rex is too so our conversation naturally starts that way as you’ve just heard. Our conversation then continues and we open up discussions around workplace wellness, chronic diseases, stress and sleep, this concept of Whoop, using movement as part of recovery, workplace culture and last but not least his book the healthy workplace Nudge. It is one of my absolute favourite episodes on the podcast and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! 
A conversation with Ed Milnes, Guildford Ergonomics
Ed is an Independent Chartered Ergonomics and Human Factors (EHF) consultant. His background is providing Ergonomics and Human Factors support to the UK H&S regulators (Health & Safety Inspectors and Local Authority Environmental Health Officers). He worked in HSE for over 15 years as an Ergonomics and Human Factors Specialist Inspector and now runs Guildford Ergonomics as a freelance consultant. In this episode we speak about mobile working, the impact of social media particularly on young people and why ergonomics should feature strongly in any wellbeing programme. 
A conversation with Ann Marie Aguilar, Director Of Operations; Europe at International WELL Building Institute (IWBI)
A big thank you to Anne Marie from the International Well building institute for coming onto the podcast today. We open up our conversation around the Well Building standard, what it is, and how it can benefit businesses. She outlines the 10 protocols we can use to drive the discussion around sustainability and health. https://v2.wellcertified.com/v/en/overviewWe also talk about what to think about even you’re a small business. Who should be the people around the table making decisions about the workplace. And the two things that embody the future of the workplace for Anne Marie. WorldGBC Better Places for People campaign, which Ann Marie mentioned in regards to information that is already available to guide companies. They released a report last year called Doing right by people and planet: The business case for health and wellbeing in green building.
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Started
Mar 11th, 2019
Latest Episode
Sep 3rd, 2019
Release Period
Daily
No. of Episodes
20
Avg. Episode Length
30 minutes
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