Upcoming Webinar

The Evolution of Wellbeing within High Performance Cultures

Hosted by Leanne Spencer

Hosted by Tiina Hoffman

What is the future of wellbeing within the workplace? Our understanding of what contributes to a robust wellbeing strategy has evolved from fruit bowls and monthly massages to a layered offering including financial and mental health, among other things.

In this webinar, Leanne will discuss how wellbeing has evolved, what leading companies are now doing to invest in the long-term health of their teams and how data will be a key part of that, including some of Leanne’s experiences in utilising physiological data in her leadership programmes.

The webinar will provide valuable background about current trends in workplace wellbeing for coaches looking to expand their offering to companies and the corporate sector. To start, we will provide a short overview of the Firstbeat Life method and after Leanne’s presentation, Tiina and Leanne will reflect on the topic and share their experiences about how data can and has added value to different programmes. The webinar will conclude with questions from the listeners.

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Can’t make it to the live event? Don’t worry, you can also register for the recording to be sent to you following the live session!


Leanne Spencer

Leanne Spencer is an award-winning speaker and expert in corporate wellbeing and stress awareness.

Leanne has been in the wellbeing sector for over 12 years and has 13 qualifications in exercise and nutrition. She has delivered a TEDx talk with over 126k views; published three bestselling books including Cadence, a finalist in the Business Book Awards and was voted Speaker of the Year in 2022.

Tiina Hoffman

Tiina Hoffman is an Exercise Physiologist who works at Firstbeat as a Specialist and Master Trainer. She has over 20 years of experience in the health and wellness industry and research.

As a young adult, Tiina spent 4 years cross-country ski racing and then 4 year coaching at the University of Alaska, Anchorage. Once back in Finland, she found her way to Firstbeat after several years in overtraining and heart rate variability field studies at the Research Institute for Olympic Sports and the University of Jyväskylä.

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