is your company culture healthy?


We need to change the way we work. The future of work is about how we integrate health, nourishment and culture. It is not about perks, it is about people and if we don't have a culture of care, we don't have culture. What if your leaders, your employees and your company culture was working on performance mode fueled by self-care instead of survival-mode driven by exhaustion? Can you imagine a culture that supports people in doing their best work to achieve not only individual health and success, but also organizational health and sustainable success? It is a culture that feeds innovation and nourishes focused attention, productivity and team-work. A company where people work healthy and go home happy, with energy to spare. 

Health is the new currency that will transform company culture.

Wow wow wow. Jeanette opened my mind up to a whole new way of thinking about how great leaders and great organizations work — through how they fuel their energy and culture. Her approach is backed by science and is something every organization could benefit from.
— Mike Ganino, Culture & Employee Engagement Keynote Speaker and Author of Company Culture for Dummies.

Let's change the way we work, together.

To do our best work and engage our teams, we need to shift from working on survival-mode and instead fuel our performance, feed our mind and nourish our culture, - from the inside out. 


Fuel performance, feed culture from the inside out.

With the work-environment, technology and employee requirements changing, we also need to change the way we think about performance, our relationship with self-care at work and how we spend our time.


It is time we bring self-care with us to work.

Health and wellbeing is the foundation for creating sustainable success and why leadership self-care is the essential tool for achieving optimal performance and reach our human potential.

Your workshop provided strong insights and valuable takeaways to our participants and helped to make our programming that more rich and impactful.
— Richard, CUP Leadership Institute