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Embracing Chronoworking for Peak Productivity

Is your organisation embracing diverse chronoworking preferences?


Studies in chronobiology highlight how our circadian rhythms influence cognitive functions and energy levels throughout the day. By syncing work hours with these rhythms, we can unlock untapped potential and foster a culture of productivity.


The traditional 9-to-5 work model, conceived by Henry Ford to promote leisure spending, has long defined our work lives. Yet, it is becoming evident (more so since the pandemic) that one size does not fit all when it comes to work hours and environments.





As someone who regularly coaches professionals on productivity, I noticed that it’s easy to doubt our performance and productivity when our energy levels don’t align with the norm.

Enter Chronoworking – a concept coined by British journalist Ellen Scott. It challenges the notion of traditional working hours, empowering individuals to capitalise on their peak productivity periods.


In my entrepreneurial journey, I've experienced firsthand the transformative power of Chronoworking. By aligning my work hours with my natural peaks of focus, I've optimised my productivity and work enjoyment. Gone are the days of struggling through midday slumps; instead, I leverage my energy where it matters most.


Have you discovered your optimal work hours?


How could you initiate a dialogue about embracing diverse chronoworking preferences within your organisation?


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