The academic and scientific rigour we apply to our work with clients also informs our thinking on the latest developments in the fields of wellbeing, resilience, and performance.
Regular exposure to suffering, hardship or crisis can take its toll on all of us. Whether you’re a firefighter, caregiver, nurse, policy advisor, climate change activist, paramedic, case worker or lawyer, many frontline and [...]
Think back for a moment to when you last spent some time in nature. It may have been a brief walk, or you may have spent a whole weekend in a remote scenic location. Regardless [...]
By Stephen Kearney Virtual teams are increasingly common, particularly for knowledge work, and can enable access to team members with a broader range of skills or allow people to work from home. Virtual teams [...]
These ideas were originally presented at The Corporate Health and Wellbeing Summit in Auckland March 2019 by our CE Gaynor Parkin A truly successful wellbeing strategy and culture requires engagement from everyone within the [...]
Written by Alannah Casey Given our area of work, we often meet and support people who are really struggling in their lives, yet do not meet criteria for a mental illness such as depression. [...]
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