Themes & Topics

1. The Business Case for Well-being – Why employee health and well-being is crucial for companies’ future competitiveness.
2. Thriving in the Fourth Industrial Revolution – How to cultivate the key human skills required in the age of artificial intelligence.
3. The Balancing Act – Exploring the relationship between high performance, holistic well-being, and happiness.
4. Super-compensation – Building resilience “neck up and neck down”, leveraging learning from high performance sports and organisations.
5. Up Next – What women and millenials have got to say about the future of work and leadership, and why we should listen to them.
6. Sustainable Performance – Why businesses ought to think about employee performance more like an ultra-marathon and less like a sprint.

  • Balance of life
  • Future skills
  • Future work
  • Sustainable High Performance
  • Well-being
  • Well-being as a competitiveness
  • Well-being at work

Fees

Keynote: Please enquire
Facilitator: Please enquire

Annastiina Hintsa

COO Hintsa Performance - Passionate about Sustainable High Performance

ANNASTIINA “Stiina” HINTSA Is an Entrepreneur and Chief Operating Officer, Hintsa Performance

Stiina has witnessed the growth of Hintsa Performance for over a decade. She is a leader and public speaker fascinated by the resilience, capacity and adaptability of the human mind and body. As the COO she is responsible for the services business and global delivery. An entrepreneur in second generation, she represents the Hintsa family in the company Board of Directors.

During her career, Annastiina has closely observed – and also personally experienced – the challenges relating to sustainable performance in an uncertain, high pressure, fast paced global context. After working in top management consulting and experiencing burnout, she was faced with profound questions of balance and meaning. She found answers in a transformation that involved running 250km (155 mile) ultra-races in deserts, and later joined Hintsa Performance as an entrepreneur, helping people to unlock a life of
meaning and sustainable high performance.

She has worked with a clientele ranging from Formula 1 drivers to female entrepreneurs in rural Guatemala, top CEOs, and leading politicians. She speaks and facilitates workshops around the world, including hosting the Hintsa Performance session in the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos 2018. She is particularly interested in what it will take for companies and individuals to thrive in the fourth industrial revolution, the role of women and millennials in shaping the future of work, and the business case for well-being.

Background: Prior to joining Hintsa Performance full time, Annastiina worked in management consulting and economic development. As an Engagement Manager for McKinsey& Company, she focused on strategy, organisational transformations, and public & social sector. She has also spent three years in Latin America and Africa working with female micro-entrepreneurs. Annastiina holds two Masters degrees in Economics and International
Management, and she is a PhD student in the Aalto University Department of
Economics.

In her free time, Annastiina competes in the 4Deserts 250km ultra-running series.

Themes & Topics

1. The Business Case for Well-being – Why employee health and well-being is crucial for companies’ future competitiveness.
2. Thriving in the Fourth Industrial Revolution – How to cultivate the key human skills required in the age of artificial intelligence.
3. The Balancing Act – Exploring the relationship between high performance, holistic well-being, and happiness.
4. Super-compensation – Building resilience “neck up and neck down”, leveraging learning from high performance sports and organisations.
5. Up Next – What women and millenials have got to say about the future of work and leadership, and why we should listen to them.
6. Sustainable Performance – Why businesses ought to think about employee performance more like an ultra-marathon and less like a sprint.

  • Balance of life
  • Future skills
  • Future work
  • Sustainable High Performance
  • Well-being
  • Well-being as a competitiveness
  • Well-being at work

Fees

Keynote: Please enquire
Facilitator: Please enquire

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