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Unlocking full employee potential
through ethical interventions based in science.

People work well when they feel good, understand their tasks and like their colleagues. In a world where individual well-being is a central value, companies no longer can discredit individual needs of their employees in the name of profits. Sustainable work places are healthy, engaging and interesting, provide growth opportunities and resources, and are able to find a good balance between challenges and support. One of the most important factors that shield employees from burnout - and shield companies from expensive turnover - is an in-depth understanding of the stresses that people perceive in their environments. 

It is not only the objective situation but the perceived stress that damages employee well-being. The experienced stress is the outcome between perceived challenges and perceived ability to cope with it. Once this proportion gets out of balance - trouble starts. 

There are numerous, evidence based methods of managing this disbalance that address various elements of the stress system. Interventions can be aimed at lowering perceived stress, increasing individual resources of employees and increasing the availability of social support in the workplace.

Is the work environment in your company out of balance? 
Do you notice higher turnover, absence or burnout leaves among your employees?

Or maybe you are one of those few select companies that truly care about their employee well-being and wants to set a good prevention plan so that your employees feel happy about their work?

For both of these situations you may benefit from external support of a well-being expert. Things are not always visible from the inside and
employee well-being is too vital for your company's success to ignore - without an in-depth well-being diagnosis you may be wasting important

The process of implementing a well-being strategy starts with a careful analysis of the work environment. Using quantitative and qualitative measures to assess subjective perceptions of the work environment is the first step to uncover potential areas that need to be improved. Statistical analyses help pinpoint relationships between stresses and various characteristics of the work environment - this is a base for developing precise and cost-effective employee well-being strategies.

Sounds interesting?

Contact me and I will be happy to assist you.

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