The absence of structured Daytime Recovery is a defining characteristic of most executive workdays.
Executives who have been assessed by PQ recognised the symptoms described by their PQ Coaches.
These are the 3 most asked questions we receive.
Is there a red zone?
Scores of below 15% over a sustained period will lead to a build-up of Accumulated Stress and nervous depletion. Fatigue and impaired performance are likely to follow.
The ratio requires Recovery activities to increase and Stressed activities to reduce during the daytime. So, you need to know what activities register active Recovery and Stress.
PQ's database has recorded a few executives with very powerful Daytime Recovery conversion and high scores. This is the result of genetics and lifestyle. Most people have low scores and need to make significant changes.
Sustainable high performance requires a reliable behaviour platform. Daytime Recovery is the most unleveraged productive personal resource that PQ measures. Managing it is a learned skill.
If you confront high volumes of Stress, invest appropriate amounts of time to rebalance.
Modern workplace culture pivots against Recovery.
Prioritising and managing Daytime Recovery is fundamental to establishing a robust physiological platform.
The key to raising this score is adjusting work and weekend routines. Active Recovery needs to be regular and purposeful.
Each individual has Recovery responses unique to them. The more interventions you trial, the more productive the options.
Consistent, unrecovered Daytime Stress increases the likelihood of fatigue. Prioritising effective Recovery will increase performance Capacity over time.
Each individual will respond to intervention differently. Reviewing results and recalibrating to optimise is unavoidable best practice.