Wellness in the Workplace
High-performing, happy teams are every manager’s aspiration, but in today’s constantly changing corporate environment, that’s much easier said than done. Many teams are comprised of people from different generations, backgrounds, and geographies, and common ground is not always obvious. We create shared in-person and virtual experiences that bring diverse teams together, improving overall well-being and driving business results in the process.
Wellness is a whole lot more than biometric screening, chair massages, and 5Ks. Our team building sessions bring groups together for an interactive, playful wellness experience that teaches strategies to reframe stress and practice active mindfulness.
Wellness Ambassador Training
Make wellness part of your corporate culture by appointing ambassadors and enabling them with tools and strategies to engage colleagues in conversations, challenges, and practices to encourage mindfulness and well-being. Our F.L.O.P. framework provides concrete strategies that help individuals thrive in the messiness of learning, growth, and change.
Tools with Lasting Impact
Increase the impact of your wellness week programming and wellness ambassador training by integrating Flop Balls into your company culture. Flop Balls provide a fun, accessible, and tangible experience to observe and reflect on how individuals approach personal and professional growth. Flop Balls can be customized with your logo or wellness-themed messaging and packaged for wellness ambassadors to use in the field or leaders to use with their teams. Pro tip: leaving them in common areas such as break rooms or cafeterias facilitates informal interactions and breaks down silos
Case Study: Flop Balls and OPEX Reduction in Teams
Akamai Technologies, Inc. needed to build a higher level of trust and collaboration between two remote teams. The teams didn’t always have specific work‐related skills in common, so skill toys provided a common learning path that they could share. Working together to complete Flop Ball challenges, the teams found a common language and a new level of inclusivity and connection. These improved social networks had a tangible business impact as well. Because they were more comfortable interacting with colleagues and asking questions, Akamai technical writers saved an average of two hours per week, or over $4,000 annually in OPEX reduction.
Download the case study here.