Building on three decades of research and practice, and looking ahead to the future of work, we bring a human-centred approach to workplace wellbeing. Our aim is to help create healthy, high performance cultures where people find meaning and thrive.
We work at the individual and collective level to generate sustainable results, with a focus on:
Tailor-made, modular programmes
Developed alongside our global clients, we deliver effective, evidence-based programmes which can be customised and rolled out quickly, be it for one small team or at global scale, virtually or face-to-face. Key components are:
Based on your context, we draw in facilitators from our team, including professors and lecturers from world leading business schools, to create a series of live, interactive workshops. The focus of these Learning Labs is to build knowledge, open conversations on the attributes of a healthy performance culture and what leaders can do to foster it.
Decoding Stress Workshops
A pragmatic and reflective programme focused on generating healthy performance through understanding the impact of stress on ourselves and on others and what we can do to promote mental wellbeing. An opportunity for a deep dive into the topic of stress, to learn how to recognise stress-related issues, and how to take appropriate action for oneself and in support of others.
Workplace Wellbeing Leadership Reflection Circles
A flexible, coaching-led method to anchor a culture of openness and peer learning. Our Leadership Reflection Circles force leaders to slow down, pause and reflect, a rare opportunity in these challenging times. Peers, in groups of five, work with a KDVI executive coach to share live challenges and develop solutions together. Circles may focus on a specific theme or set of themes, and content shared in advance can be explored for practical application. In this way, Circles can be used to deepen any learning process.
For too long, we have swept the topic of mental illness under the carpet, hoping that it will just go away. Given the heightening of mental health issues in these trying times, we need much more openness, transparency and understanding.
Manfred Kets de Vries