For health and wellbeing

Wellbeing at work matters

When our work happiness is compromised, our whole life is affected

“Having good relationships at work protects our bodies from stress, reduces disease and strengthens immune function, decreases worry and increases resiliency.”

Shasta Nelson – The Business of Friendship

Is your current approach really working?

“We ask people to exercise and eat a healthy diet and take their medications. But if we truly want to be healthy, happy and fulfilled as a society, we have to restructure our lives around people. Right now our lives are centered around work.”
“Connected people live longer, happier and healthier lives. So, a shift is in order, starting in our homes and workplaces”.

Dr Vivek Murthy – US Surgeon General

The truth is, most of us have to work

But that doesn’t mean we should ignore our emotional and physical needs in the process. It’s all about being equipped with the right tools to help you conjure up the connection your mind and body needs.

Belonging and connection are our basic core needs. Beyond family, our work team is the most important community we belong to.

Fiona Robertson – Rules of Belonging

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