Workplace Wellbeing



Your health and your relationships with others are very intertwined and bring challenges to your workplace wellbeing. We’ve probably all experienced a time when we’ve been the target of someone’s frustration when they’ve really just got a few stresses going on that have nothing to do with us. If it’s us that are the one’s dealing with a few personal matters, it may not just adversely affect our performance, but also the performance of our colleagues, staff, and even family.
There are lots of tools and techniques out there to help you to identify and appreciate where others are coming from, and respond in a more appropriate way. Where we differ here is that instead of looking at the outward superficial behaviours we and others present to the world, and consciously adapting our behaviour, we focus on finding the root causes of the behaviours and mindsets which drive these, in order to eliminate them without having to apply careful monitoring and analysis of our behaviour as we are interacting with others.

Our method creates lasting change which results in a much more intuitive way of dealing with others, so you don’t have to exert any extra mental juice in this area.


Do you have key members of staff who always need to be at the top of their game?

A personal health assistant, working on or off site, with individuals or groups, will bring your workplace wellbeing to its best.

We go through the same process as we do for private individuals wanting a personal assistant for their health. We can work intensively with a few key individuals on your team or many individuals more casually. We have the flexibility to arrange the right level of support for your needs- whether you require a more intense short burst period, or a lighter arrangement with regular monthly appointments with each individual just to check in.


Thank you so very much for your wonderful presentation at our workshop for interpreters. 

It was very well received by participants who found your material relevant, entertaining and of huge practical value. They particularly enjoyed the interactive exercises and group discussion which raised some difficult questions that you handled with such professionalism and care.

“Thought provoking”, “emotionally intelligent”, “non-judgemental”, “warm and caring” – these are some comments from the overwhelmingly positive feedback.

I really appreciate your input into our Professional development programme and wish you all the best in your important work.

Kindest regards, Inna Palmer – Interpreting New Zealand