Wellbeing is a buzzword that it’s difficult to have a problem with. Alongside the recent interest in mindfulness it feels like we are in a period where our mental fitness is as prized as physical health.
There’s no doubt that we can do more to improve the way our mind and body interact. Behavioural science has a lot to add to the field of Wellbeing. From simply helping to devise personal strategies for healthier eating and stress management to creating workplaces that nurture employees and are beneficial to our wellbeing rather than detrimental.
Imagine a workplace where you leave nourished at the end of your time rather than chewed up, depleted and spat out in time for retirement. Is it possible to create a system of work by which effort is exchanged, not only for hard cash but also respect, open gratitude and a degree of pastoral care?
We will spend about 90,000 hours of our lives at work. For most of us, the workplace provides a majority of our social interactions yet in very few cases can it be said to nurture our minds or bodies. That can change.
Work can be a place for growth. As individuals we can develop in line with our organisation. Our personal development needn’t be at odds with our company’s growth.
We help design workplaces that foster positive mental health, good physical health and active learning.
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