©2018 by WholeMe.

TORONTO, Canada & SYDNEY, Australia

APPROACH

Our mission is to help individuals, teams and organisations to sustainably serve their purpose. 

We help our clients achieve wellbeing and performance by aligning the emotional (heart), mental (head) and physical (core) dimensions. Our approach is grounded in neuroscience, adult development, executive and organisational coaching and wellbeing practices (ie mindfulness, embodiment), along with cutting edged thinking in organisation design.

'With Whole&WellatWork Performance and Wellbeing go hand in hand'

What kind of employees does your company needs more of?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Internally aligned employees experience more wellbeing - they are more productive, resilient and creative. Employee who are aligned, know where they are going, why and what or who they need to achieve it leading to higher engagement..

 

 

“High engagement translates into

business results and happy employees are

•3 times more creative,

•31% more productive

•achieve 37% higher sales.”

Lyubominrsky and Deiner

 

 

 

 

Internal alignment Improves Individual,Team and Corporate Performance. Alignment leads to team higher performance, satisfaction and lower turnover. Internally aligned employees make high performance teams.

 

 

Aligned teams have more constructive dynamics and organise themselves more efficiently. They generally respond well to change and are more innovative. This can have a critical impact on the quality of their output.

 

Integrated alignment to the organization's higher purpose doesn’t only negates the effect of individual misalignment and multiply it’s benefits. The London Business School highlights that without inner resilience employees won’t have the energy to live up to their full potential.

Resilience is strengthened as leaders develop a personal sense of purpose and when personal and organizational purpose come together it can catapult the organization to much higher level of performance.

 

Developing an aligned workforce doesn’t only negate the effect of misalignment it multiply the capabilities of every members and teams. The organisation truly becomes more than the sum of its parts.

Read about our Change  Approach for a large Workplace Strategy Project

Read about The What of Decision Making, our first article on our Head, Heart, Core Model for Generator Talent a leading Integrated Talent Management Firm in Australia & New Zealand .

 

The Future of Work is primarily a vision of resilience and wellbeing.

No talent will join or stay in an organization  which doesn’t value those through an integrated approach.

How we help you

• Organisational Coaching – work with individual, teams and organisations to create greater clarity of purpose, achieve desired outcomes and build resilience and adaptability to change. 

• Consulting – in transformation, change management, performance and resilience.

• Program delivery – change support, performance and wellbeing programs, offsite mindfulness and breath training, corporate yoga, wholeness coaching.

• Workplace strategy - taking your organisation to the future with your People. 

Want to know more about Wholeness and why this is such a key element of our approach

Wholeness in organisation has been highlighted in ‘Reinventing Organisation’ Eric Laloux’s best seller, Otto Scharmer Theory U and Dr. Robert Kegan ‘An Everyone Culture’. 

•“Wisdom traditions from around the world speak to this from a deeper level: at heart, we are all profoundly interconnected and part of a whole, but it’s a truth we have forgotten. We are born into separation and raised to feel divided from our deeper nature, as well as from the people and life around us. Our deepest calling in life, these traditions tell us, is to reclaim wholeness, within ourselves and in our connection with the outside world.” Eric Laloux in Reinventing Organisations

“The idea that everything we do is part of the pursuit of happiness seems to me a really dangerous idea and has led to a contemporary disease in Western society, which is fear of sadness,” Mackay writes in The Good Life.

“Wholeness is what we ought to be striving for and part of that is sadness, disappointment, frustration, failure; all of those things which make us who we are. Happiness and victory and fulfillment are nice little things that also happen to us, but they don’t teach us much.”The Huffington Post – The 9 Essential Habits Of Mentally Strong People, Carolyn Gregoire February 2014.

“When you open to the whole of your experience, you have more information and can make better decisions..(…)This draws on networks on the sides of your brain, mainly on the right side, because it is specialized for holistic processing, for taking things as a whole, as a gestalt. By doing these little practices repeatedly when you have a moment of quiet, you will stimulate and therefore strengthen the neural networks that support feeling whole, so that you can sustain that sense of wholeness even when the oatmeal hits the fan.” Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a neuropsychologist, a Senior Fellow of the Greater Good May 2014.