Wellbeing is the largest contributor towards organisational and individual success at work, making it indispensable for organisations and its employees.

Recent scientific research has confirmed that wellbeing at work is not only correlated with performance at work, but also has causal effect on overall productivity.

Many companies focus on improving productivity as the main priority, but including a simultaneous approach to enhancing wellbeing would be more effective than a singular focus on performance.


Wellbeing is a fundamental part of everyone’s lives, but organisations and individuals are often not sure what is the best cause of action to maintain or increase wellbeing.

Wellbeing is a multi-dimensional concept and a complex area in psychology and behavioural science, but also well researched, which has provided plenty of insights into how to enhance wellbeing.

We have identified several areas where evidence-based practices and solutions can be applied to enhance wellbeing, resolve barriers to improvements, and deliver sustainable results.

Wellbeing at Work

Fostering wellbeing at work needs to address both prevention as well as promotion of better wellbeing.

Positive wellbeing at work is strongly associated with increased productivity, and is also a powerful facilitator of employee motivation, creativity, retention, and attraction.

We offer evidence-based programs and tools to enhance wellbeing at work which can be integrated into organisational culture for stronger long-term impact.

Mental Wellbeing

The biggest threat to wellbeing at work is poor mental health, and mental wellbeing is facing serious challenges both at work and in society.

There are many successful approaches for treatment, and some of these are also highly applicable for prevention.

We focus on identifying root causes, building structures and processes around prevention and treatment, and defining opportunities for promoting overall wellbeing.

Individual Wellbeing

Employers have a responsibility for employee wellbeing at work, but employees also have a responsibility for their own wellbeing.

Stress is one of the biggest contributors to poor mental wellbeing and the causes of stress originate both at work as well as in life.

We work with organisations and individuals to help avoid or alleviate stress and develop effective ways to increase overall wellbeing.

When appropriate we apply these tools through our coaching practice.


Improving wellbeing requires change, often in individual behaviours, but also in organisational compliance, policies, responsibilities, and processes.

Such changes create an opportunity to transform through the alignment of both organisational and individual behaviours.

Our expertise in behaviours and change allow us to help companies to identify ways to improve wellbeing through the adoption of wellbeing behaviours, as well as implement the organisational features required.

We support our clients through the entire change journey until successful transformation is achieved.