Cure

ABSENTEEISM

Accompany absence, a lever for Well-Being at work.

WORKSHOPS

Overall approach:

  • Workshops based on real-life situations of the participants
  • Priority given to exchanges, in a friendly atmosphere
  • Approach through play and experimentation
  • Immediate action and development of new habits
  • Method, structure and ingenuity: more than a wow effect

Content:

  • Absenteeism, barometer for Well-Being at work
  • Presenteeism vs positive presence at work
  • The Bradford factor: hurdles and good practices
  • Internal and external actors: their roles and responsibilities
  • Actions depending on type of absence (long and short term)

Practically:

  • Tailor-made formulas depending on your objectives
  • Conferences, workshops and seminars

For whom?

  • All staff
  • Specific approaches for Manager, HRPO, Prevention Advisers, Trusted People, etc.
COACHING

Overall objective:

  • Reduce absence by breaking the taboo
  • Communicate openly within the team
  • Implement actions tailored to address each case
  • Take preventive measures

Content:

  • Actions during absence
  • Activities for reintegration into work
  • Frequent and disruptive cases of absence
  • Burn-out and the repercussions in the team
  • Reacting to the signs of presenteeism
  • Managing the team’s energy and motivation

Practically:

  • À la carte formulas
  • Individual coaching, workshops or inter-visions
  • Co-facilitating team meetings

For whom?

  • Managers, Team Leaders, Project Leaders, Programme Managers, etc.
REINTEGRATION INTO THE WORKPLACE

Overall objective:

  • A trouble-free return to work
  • Appropriate conditions for return
  • A new professional impetus
  • A fine work-life balance
  • A protected health capital

Content:

  • Prepare effectively for the return to work (content, rhythm, relationships, etc.)
  • Reconfigure the job or make a new career choice
  • Draw lessons from the experience and avoid the hurdles
  • Maintain good health
  • Identify personal and outside resources

Practically:

  • Eight-hour “à-la-carte” package
  • Length of sessions suited to the person’s energy

For whom?

  • All staff

 

STRESS

Detect, connect and select

WORKSHOPS

Overall approach:

  • An intuitive and new experience, beyond the job
  • An original approach based on play
  • Integration of real-world situations
  • “Life” testimonials
  • Practical tools based on the “relaxation/exclusion” principle

Content:

  • Stress, a natural phenomenon
  • Identification of warning signs
  • Getting to know yourself better: pitfalls and antidotes
  • Development of “physical” intelligence
  • Energy management

Practically:

  • Formulas tailor-made to your objectives
  • Conferences, workshops and seminars

For whom?

  • All staff
  • Specific approaches for Manager, HR, Well-Being Coaches, Shift Workers, Mobile Staff, Emergency Services, Crisis Management, etc.
INDIVIDUAL COACHING

Overall objective:

  • Taming stress so as to reduce it
  • Gaining positive energy
  • Bouncing back from challenges
  • Experiencing change calmly

Content:

  • Sources of stress and warning signs
  • Impact of stress, on oneself and on others
  • Mental and physical resources
  • “Burden” beliefs and “supporter” beliefs
  • The body’s intelligence as force for action
  • Conflict management

Practically:

  • Individual coaching: 1½- to 2-hour sessions
  • Small group coaching: 2- to 3-hour sessions
  • Inter-visions: 2-hour sessions

For whom?

  • All staff
INTERACTIVE CONFERENCE

Overall objective:

  • Dedramatization of the phenomenon of stress
  • “Smart breaks” as a means to an immediate increase in energy
  • Resolutely preventive approach
  • Friendly and stimulating atmosphere
  • “Life” testimonials

Content:

  • A three-part strategy: detect, connect, select
  • Burn-out: systemic perspective
  • Stress management vs energy management
  • The importance of physical intelligence
  • Internal and external resources

Practically:

  • One-and-a-half-hour to two-hour conferences

For whom?

  • All staff
ASSISTANCE HOTLINE

Overall objective:

  • A service that offers a listening ear and support to staff suffering stress
  • A space for discreet and accessible dialogue
  • Referrals to possible avenues to solutions and the next steps

Approach:

  • An external and caring perspective of the problem faced
  • Assistance in identifying the personal resources
  • Support in finding external solutions
  • Encouragement to take action
  • Intermediary or mediator vis-a-vis a third party, when necessary

Practically:

  • Assistance assured for 1 year and with annual renewals
  • Sessions of up to 1 hour (face-to-face, telephone or video).
  • Specific modalities to be arranged (e.g. number of sessions per person)

For whom?

  • All staff

BURNOUT

The stepping stone to a new life

COACHING

Overall objective:

  • A trouble-free return to work
  • A new work-life balance
  • More (sustainable) energy

Content:

  • Concrete preparation for returning to work (content, rhythm, relationships, etc.)
  • Reconfigure the job or make a new career choice
  • Maintain good health
  • Avoid the perils of perfectionism
  • Increase self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Learn to keep things in perspective
  • Prioritise priorities
  • “Letting-go” vs “laisser faire” attitude

Practically:

  • Eight-hour “à la carte” package
  • Start-up before returning to work
  • Rhythm and length of sessions depending on the staff member’s health condition

For whom?

  • All staff