Workplace Well-Being Coaching

by Hemani Jayaswal


If you believe that Employee Wellbeing is merely ensuring the absence of illnesses amongst employees, then you’ve been living under a rock! Organizations have long since moved on from the traditional approach towards Employee Wellbeing, where the only parameter was physical health. A twice-a-year free eye checkup & blood test does not mean your employees are healthy. As the recent COVID-19 outbreak has demonstrated, wellbeing consists of both MENTAL & PHYSICAL health. Happy & healthy employees are more productive & efficient. During the last two years of the pandemic, employers actively noticed the impact employee wellbeing has on their individual performance & on the overall business. Employees were distressed and worried, and employers had to find ways to accommodate the rising needs for empathy towards their employees. Studies show that due to poor mental health:

  • 37% of sufferers are more likely to get into conflict with colleagues
  • 57% find it harder to juggle multiple tasks
  • 80% find it difficult to concentrate
  • 62% take longer to do tasks
  • 50% are potentially less patient with customers/clients

This can affect a business negatively. Employers need to know their way around this. Here’s how good employee wellbeing affects the organization:

What Our Program Does

Our WORKPLACE WELLBEING coaching program offers an in-depth & engaging insight into employee wellbeing. The programme consists of 7 modules, curated by India’s top coaches using scientific mental models & gamified approaches that capture the interest of your employees immediately.

Implementing wellbeing in the workplace

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Strengthening personal resilience

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Mental health at work for managers

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Strengthening personal resilience

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Strengths & Confidence

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Wellbeing Skills: Returning to work

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Forming the group

Aim: Form a supportive and productive space for change, set personal goals and introduce the theory of change.


Aim: Introduce people to the ways to wellbeing and how they can be implemented in everyday life. Experience Mindfulness.

Developing resilience and thinking positively about ourselves

Aim: Help people cope better with the ups and downs of life. Identify strengths and achievements. Explore what self-esteem is, how to build it and gain confidence in challenging negative ways of thinking.

Managing pressure

Aim: Identify and explore challenging situations that may occur when change happens. Consider helpful strategies which people can use to negotiate potential stressful situations.

Relationships with others

Aim: Look at the myriad of relationships people have and think about how people can foster these crucial relationships in a healthy way. Consider the need for empathy for others.

Celebrating the next steps

Aim: Final opportunity to share support, celebrate the achievements of the group, review goals and think about the next steps.