Vital leadership plays a crucial role in promoting a healthy and productive work environment. Balancing work demands and resources is essential to employee well-being.

Work demands such as high workloads, emotional strain and complex tasks can lead to employee stress and burnout. Resources that relieve these pressures include social support, autonomy and developmental opportunities, such as learning to cope better with stimuli and a positive growth mindset.

The vital leadership fast-track trains executives in their signaling, supporting and motivating role in optimizing employee resources. This not only creates a healthy work culture, but also promotes employees’ sustainable employability and motivation. Ultimately, this leads to a resilient and innovative organization that is better able to overcome challenges and achieve successes.


The vital leadership fast-track consists of:

  • A 3-hour intensive in which executives learn about their personal vitality, stressors and resources and then learn to recognize, identify and resolve this in others. In the process, empathy is also trained.
  • A follow-up challenge in which executives work with a focused assignment during their work to have the right conversation with different types of employees (from stuck to excelling) (for curation, prevention and amplification).
  • A coaching call to share experiences, tackle challenges and determine the way forward.


During vital leadership training, topics covered include the following:

  1. Introduction to vital leadership: Understanding the basics and importance of vital leadership.
  2. The JD-R Model: Explanation of the Jobs Demands Resource Model and its application in the work environment.
  3. Stress management: techniques and strategies to reduce work-related stress.
  4. Balancing work demands and resources: Methods to find and maintain a healthy balance.
  5. Communication Skills: Effective communication techniques to promote open and honest conversations.
  6. Social support: Create a supportive work environment.
  7. Autonomy and responsibility: Promoting independence and ownership among employees.
  8. Work-life balance: Strategies to support a healthy work-life balance.
  9. Building Resilience: Techniques to strengthen resilience in both leaders and employees.
  10. Creating healthy work culture: Steps to develop a positive and healthy work culture.
  11. Motivation and Engagement: Methods to increase motivation and engagement among employees.
  12. Evaluation and continuous improvement: Methods for evaluating leadership practices and implementing continuous improvements.

These points provide a comprehensive foundation for training that helps leaders improve their skills and create a vital, supportive work environment.


Roy Wenting guided thousands of professionals in large organizations toward inner peace, resilience and growth. He uses mindfulness meditation, yoga and transformational coaching, among other methods. Roy spent 3 years in Asian communities, monasteries and yoga schools. As a business expert, he bridges the gap between current challenges of professionals and impactful techniques for self-optimization. He shares his insights and inspires change with his Next Level You book, app, trainings, retreats and events.


Launching vitality initiatives within your organization can be an exciting first step. Or maybe a lot of it is already there and you are looking to improve. Based on your organization’s situation and needs, we determine the best possible approach. Together we find the way to get the most out of your event, team or organization by consciously focusing on the human factor.

    This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.