Wellbeing Videos

The following wellbeing videos will help you improve personal, team and workplace wellbeing. We’ve used our CANBE model to categorise them but it is often the case that the content is relevant to many dimensions of wellbeing. Why not share the videos with friends, colleagues or in your workplace to encourage discussions and thinking about wellbeing?

As we find new material that could be useful we’ll update the page accordingly. However if you know of wellbeing videos that you think we should be aware of please let us know.

General wellbeing

Creating meaning

Videos that explore values, purpose, personality, character and more. Chasing happiness can actually make you less happy. Pursuing a life of meaning where you serve something bigger than yourself and live life to your best abilities can help build our wellbeing.

  • TED – Simon Sinek – How great leaders inspire action – Elaborates the importance of having a reason why. In other words how to create meaning for people.
  • TED – Dan Ariely – What makes us feel good about work? Most of us thrive by making constant progress and feeling a sense of purpose.
  • TED Video – Emily Esfahani Smith – There’s more to life than being happy, Hear about the 4 pillars of meaning including belonging, purpose, transcendence and story-telling.
  • TED Video – Brian Little – Who are you, really? The puzzle of personality. Describes the malleability of personality, the importance of projects and why it’s so important not to pigeon-hole.
  • TED Video – Viktor Frankl – Why believe in others
  • TED Video by Jane McGonigal – Gaming can make a better world – How the lessons from gaming including blissful productivity, social fabric, urgent optimism and epic meaning can help save the world.
  • TED Video – Rick Warren – A life of purpose. Using our talents and influence to do good.

Achieving potential

Videos to help you be more productive and focused on achieving what you want. Develop better habits.

  • TED Video – Judson Brewer – A simple way to break a bad habit. How being mindful and curiously aware of what’s happening in your body in the moment can help change habits. Triggers, behaviours and rewards.
  • TED Video – Flow, The Secret to Happiness – Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi explores those who find pleasure and lasting satisfaction in activities that bring about a state of “flow.”

Nurturing relationships

Videos to help you develop better relationships at home and work.

Building resilience

Videos to challenge your thinking and help with physical, mental, psychological, social, financial and environmental wellbeing. Diet, exercise, sleep, stress, relaxation, meditation, mindfulness and more.

Enriching lives

Videos to get you thinking about the ‘me’ and ‘we’ of wellbeing. Focusing on positive emotions and actions like gratitude, forgiveness, enjoyment, celebration, confidence and optimism.

  • TED Video – David Steindl-Rast – Want to be happy? Be grateful
  • TED – Amy Cuddy – Your body language may shape who you are. How simply holding the ‘Superman pose’ for a couple of minutes can make you feel more confident.
  • TED – Daniel Goleman – Why aren’t we more compassionate? We’re wired to help others but let things get in the way. You can cultivate compassion by taking time to notice, empathise and act.

Watching wellbeing videos can help us understand the topic better but it’s not the whole story. Just like most things changing is the hard part. Improveon provides consulting, coaching and training services to help design, develop and deliver the most effective solutions to meet the needs of individuals, managers, leaders, teams, brands and organisations.

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