Challenges Employees Face Today

Survey data shows that about 30% of people report that their jobs cause them stress on a regular basis. And this is seen in the data analyzed by the science of happiness, where 30% to 40% of people feel like their job is a consistent source of stress.
— Dacher Keltner, Professor of Psychology at UC Berkley and Co-Director of The Greater Good Science Center

Let’s Face It

Employee engagement is not the same as job satisfaction or even workplace happiness. Personnel can be satisfied with their jobs and still be disengaged. The International Coach Federation (ICF) has identified that organizations with strong coaching cultures value and invest in professional coach practitioners, with accredited coaching skills, to champion employees at all levels.

Happiness at work is tied to greater intrinsic motivation and perseverance towards goals, and being more willing to invest time and effort into overcoming obstacles.
— Emiliana R. Simon-Thomas, Ph.D., science director of the Greater Good Science Center.

Organizational science shows that happiness helped solve some really common problems in the workplace like stress, physical and mental health challenges, withdrawal from our jobs, disengagement when feeling bored or self-critical. It also helps to solve basic issues with incivility in the workplace.


Empowering Solutions Designed To Improve Performance

No individual, team, or a department should ever feel they're going it alone. Period.

Providing Workplace Wellness Coaching to Information Technology Professionals with a unique non-therapeutic and evidence-based corporate benefit that strengthens and improve skills for emotional wellness in the workplace in support of enhancing employee engagement.

Action Planning

Facilitate and review baseline assessments of employee engagement, name what’s here and now, and develop action plans.

Coaching & Execution

Targeted coaching sessions identify, address, and co-create opportunities for improvement.

Skills & Leadership

Coaching team managers with tools and skills that empower employees to perform exceptionally.


Your Bottom Line

Depends on Wellness

The success of your company greatly depends on happily engaged employees. In their studies, The Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley found how one simple nudge that boosts happiness can increase creativity levels for days. Even supervisors evaluate happier employees as more creative.

Studies also show that happier organizations are better at rebounding, even reinventing themselves after setbacks or even catastrophe. People who are happier at work are also more resilient. They're better at handling challenges. They're better at coping. And they have an easier time recovering from adversity.