A lot of our time is spent at work. So how can we look after ourselves and others while on the job, and why is workplace wellbeing such a worthy investment? Here we share info, tools and tips from leaders in the field, and local workplaces who are leading the way.
Getting clarity, setting an intention, and recording our goals can really help when it comes to forming a new habit. Add the habit you're eager to create to our wall, and you'll be one step closer to making it happen! View Tool.
Knowing your strengths isn’t just interesting info. When used in our daily lives, our strengths can have a positive impact on our happiness, relationships and life satisfaction. Discover your hidden strengths today! View Tool.
Small breaks can make a big difference. Give our online dice a roll for a downtime idea you can try right away – or help us out by adding a downtime idea you reckon others might like too! View Tool.
Maramataka is an awesome way to tune into the connection between the moon and our hauora. If you'd like to purchase five or more professionally printed Maramataka, you've come to the right spot! Or head on over to our resources page, for free downloadable options. Thanks for helping us continue to share this amazing taonga! View Product.
In everyday life we can all go through a range of emotions. This poster set reminds us that there are lots of things we can do to work through them, and we don't have to go it alone. View Free Resource.
This colourful poster has tear-off compliments – making it easy and fun to share a kind word! View Free Resource.
Our badges come in a range of colours, and are a great conversation starter! Please contact us if you'd like to order these in bulk for events, workplaces, or schools View Free Resource.
These resources feature the Five Ways To Wellbeing – the simple actions that can help keep us well, boost our outlook, and help us build handy 'buffers' so we’re able to adapt more quickly. View Free Resource.
These concertinas feature the Five Ways To Wellbeing – the simple actions that can help keep us well, boost our outlook, and help us build handy 'buffers' so we’re able to adapt more quickly. View Free Resource.
The rollercoaster portrays the wide range of feelings people experience. It's an excellent tool to check in with those around you in your workplace. Each rollercoaster comes with a set of carriages for up to 15 people. View Free Resource.
Having a workplace or whānau detox box is a great way to catch some digital downtime together. Order or download this sticker set to make your own detox box! View Free Resource.
Whether you're keen to boost team morale and productivity, or just bring a little bit of zen to your everyday life, our Downtime Dice can help. Available as a single, duo or box of 24, they're the perfect reminder to recharge and enjoy the things that really matter. View Product.
Habits have a huge impact on our daily lives and long-term goals. Make a new habit stick with a... Habit Stick! And help others forge some cool new changes too. View Product.
If you’re a manager or workplace leader you can have a direct impact on the welfare and wellbeing of your employees. View Article.
It’s universally accepted that investing is workplace wellbeing is worthwhile. View Article.
Small breaks away from technology can have big benefits - at home and at work View Article.
From increased productivity to happier staff, there’s heaps of reasons for workplaces to invest in wellbeing. View Article.
Feeling blah at work? Try these five simple actions View Article.
The Five Ways to Wellbeing at Work Toolkit supports New Zealand workplaces and their people to flourish. View Article.
Matt and his crew are stepping up and showing what modern manliness looks like. View Article.
Five tips to help you get back into the swing of things at work View Article.
Having a go at something new builds confidence and a healthy mind. View Article.
We all have mental health. Here's what you need to know... View Article.
“Be the employer that you would want to work for." View Article.
“A lot of it is understanding that people do have their own issues in life and things that can affect their mental wellbeing. It’s about walking in their shoes." View Article.
Health and wellbeing is an intrinsic part of the culture at this Canterbury social enterprise. View Article.