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Corporate Wellness

We believe a healthy work environment is comprised of individuals who: have a defined life purpose, are emotionally aligned, mentally clear, and personally fulfilled. When all four of these areas are present, employees and executives find higher production, and a workplace (even virtually) free of unhealthy stress and tension.

 

A healthy work environment consists of people who thrive in their professional life and have overall personal fulfillment. 

Signs of an unhealthy work environment: 

Work productivity and quality are negatively compromised.

Executives, Managers, and employees project personal stress onto their employees and co-workers. 

An abnormal rise in health issues among all employees and management levels.

Upper-Mid Management lack connection with their team, and are oblivious to ineffective work-place protocols.

 

High employee turnover due to employees quitting. 

 

Employess stay at jobs only for the sake of financial security. 

How we can help your corporate body rock.

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Communication & Relationship Mastery

 

Our Communication and Relationships Mastery Program is a comprehensive coaching experience that equips individuals with the tools to navigate the intricate landscape of human communication, fostering richer, more rewarding relationships in both your personal and professional life.

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Private Coaching 

 

Create a more productive and sustainable way to manage boundaries between work your and personal life. Learn how to identify your needs, assess specific challenging situations, and learn sustainable steps to create a harmonious life.

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 Enhance Public Speaking & Presentation Skills
 

It's not always easy to speak, or perform confidently in large groups, whether it's in front of a large audience or online in a Zoom meeting. Learn how to help you speak, communicate, and move with eloquence, poise, and confidence.

Contact us for details of how we can work with your organization.

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