Prevent

VITALITY

“Snack before I snap!”, “Lunch, punch”, “Smart breaks”, “I watch my sleep”, “Snoozin’”, and so on

WORKSHOPS

Overall approach:

  • Workshops led by specialists
  • Priority given to exchanges, in a friendly atmosphere
  • Active participation using games and experimentation
  • Development of new habits at work and beyond
  • Method, structure and ingenuity: more than a wow effect

Content:

  • The virtuous triangle: eat, move and recover… differently
  • Listen to your body to listen to yourself
  • A common theme: breathing
  • Fighting the sedentary lifestyle
  • The notion of recovery
  • Physical health and stress
  • Physical health for stronger mental health

Practically:

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

For whom?

  • All staff
  • Specific approaches depending on the professions (flexible hours, mobile jobs, time differences, physical strain, etc.)
INDIVIDUAL COACHING

Overall objective:

  • Develop physical intelligence by listening to your body
  • Reexamine how you move, relax and eat
  • Gradually and sustainably develop habits
  • Anchor the change by reconnecting with yourself

Content:

  • The virtuous triangle: eat, move and recover… differently
  • Listen to your body to listen to yourself
  • A common theme: breathing
  • Fighting the sedentary lifestyle
  • The notion of recovery
  • Physical health and stress
  • Physical health for stronger mental health

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
VITALITY BREAKS

Overall approach:

  • Professional practitioners working for your staff
  • Short but intense breaks to recharge the batteries
  • Means for raising awareness to the importance of regular breaks

Content:

  • “Move”, “relax” breaks, seated or self-massage
  • Activities based on stretching, Pilates, yoga, sophrology, do in, etc.
  • “Take away” tricks and tips
  • Awareness-raising session on the benefits of regular breaks at work

Practically:

  • Fifteen-minute activities at the workplace
  • Approaches based on the work environment
  • Individual or small-group (max 5 people) sessions
  • Bespoke frequency and length

For whom?

  • All staff
INTERACTIVE CONFERENCE

Overall approach:

  • Listen to your body, a golden key to regaining control over your life
  • Targeted and concrete themes for starting again, with tips and tricks
  • Games, quizzes, tastings and practical exercises for effective implementation

Themes:

  • Snack before I snap
  • Lunch, punch
  • I watch my sleep
  • Snoozin’?
  • Smart breaks

Practically:

  • Conference of about one and a half to two hours.

For whom?

  • All staff

AGILITY

Switch”, “Balance”, “Happy move”, “Inspiring leaders”, etc.

WORKSHOPS

Overall approach:

  • Workshops based on what the participants have been through
  • Priority given to exchanges in a friendly atmosphere
  • Approach using games and experimentation
  • Immediate action and development of new habits
  • Method, structure and ingenuity: more than a wow effect

Themes:

  • Switch
  • Happy move
  • Balance
  • Failure and me
  • Inspiring leaders

Practically:

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

For whom?

  • All staff
INDIVIDUAL COACHING

Overall objective:

  • Learning to learn: self-coaching
  • Developing talents and resources
  • Managing pitfalls with “antidote” skills
  • Grasping change, uncertainty and challenges in confidence
  • Developing harmonious relationships with others

Content:

  • Bouncing back from criticism and failures
  • Listening to and channeling emotions
  • Becoming strategist of one’s own time
  • (Re)gaining one’s work-life balance
  • Learning to communicate authentically
  • Managing perfectionism
  • Knowing how to say “no”
  • Taking up a job successfully
  • Becoming an inspiring manager

Practically:

  • Individual coaching: 1½- to 2-hour sessions
  • Coaching small groups: 2- to 3-hour sessions
  • Inter-visions: 2-hour sessions

For whom?

  • All staff
TEAM COACHING

Overall objective:

  • Strengthening cohesion in the team
  • Creating a winning team
  • Developing individual talents thanks to the team
  • Help each member play his or her role within the team

Content:

  • Stress management vs Energy management
  • Managing priorities
  • Motivational delegation
  • Inspiring meetings
  • Authentic communication
  • Back to feed back
  • Conflict management
  • Change management
  • Group dynamics

Practically:

  • Five 3-hour workshops over 5 months for 4 to 12 people
  • The first workshop is an analysis of the team’s needs
  • Possibility of starting with a “team building” event

For whom?

  • All staff
  • Teams from Management / Direction
CO-CREATION

Overall objective:

  • Transform your organisation to achieve exceptional results
  • Involve the stakeholders in developing your strategic mission
  • Achieve a sustained change brought about by your staff 

Approach:

  • Respecting the six principles of co-creation (DNA)
  • Self-management or apportioning the power differently within the organisation
  • Wisdom and expertise of staff and other key players
  • Participation by the staff with both mind and heart

Practically:

  • Pilot project based on a transverse issue that you would like to deal with (e.g. How do you improve Well-Being at work?)
  • 4-step process: Planning Group and the Main Question – Co-creative Workshops – Action Groups – Celebrating the results
TEAM BUILDING

Overall approach:

  • Alternating “games” with moments of reflection/debriefing
  • Inspiring activities like improv, juggling, etc.
  • Concrete actions for a lasting change

Content:

  • Better self-awareness & self-confidence as team members
  • Efficient and open communication flow
  • Agile and creative team in facing changes
  • Strengthening confidence to manage uncertainty
  • Improved transversal collaboration

Practically:

  • Starting from one day
  • Preferably outside the company

For whom?

  • Project, Management and Executive teams
MY CAREER DAY

Overall objective:

  • Clarify your career and life plans
  • Fully express your talents
  • Rediscover meaning in work and reconnect with your values
  • Identify your sources of motivation and of commitment

Content:

  • Your aspirations: dare to dream your future
  • Balance in the “spheres of life”
  • Summary of talents: our natural forces
  • Key skills to be strengthened
  • Pitfalls under stress: antidotes
  • Values and beliefs: removing the barriers, identifying the levers
  • Drivers: temperament and world map
  • Personal and outside resources
  • Choices and decisions: coherence
  • Transition to a management position

Methods:

  • Personality questionnaire
  • NLP or transactional analysis tools, etc.
  • Illuminating neurosciences
  • Role play, situation simulation, etc.
  • Interview based on skills
  • Feedback techniques (Ofman, Johari window, etc.)

Practically:

  • Context and expectations discussed during an interview with HR/Manager
  • Selection of key skills to be observed
  • Administration of an on-line personality questionnaire
  • A "My career day" outside the workplace
  • Summary written by the coach
  • Feedback meeting involving HR and the manager
  • Option: individual coaching as follow-up

For whom?

  • All staff
  • Evolution of current job
  • Assumption of managerial post
  • Horizontal or vertical change of job