The initiative is aimed at improving the general well-being of personnel and promoting the culture of well-being at work.
The workshops merge a variety of approaches and different techniques with a special focus on expressive therapy. Recent studies show that expressive therapy can be very effective in helping to deal with stress.
The “dynamic workshop”endorses the creative process of making art, such as painting and drawing, to improve someone’s physical, mental and emotional well-being.
Promoting a well-being culture at work is crucial to build up working environments where employees can work enthusiastically and enjoy ever-increasing job satisfaction. A poor organisational environment may lead to an increase of absenteeism and turnover due to health problems or episodes of burn-out under the worst-case scenario.
Promoting and maintaining the physical, psychological and social workers well-being is a key factor for institutions or companies to consider when striving to increase productivity, employee engagement, employee retention and widespread collaboration.