A Healthy Culture Supports & grows People From The Inside Out by rethinking Peak-performance, Preventing Burnout & fueling Engagement by integrating our most important resource -- our human resource.

Let’s reclaim our humanity, health & HAPPINESS @ work

Why is it unthinkable to lose our career because of health, but it’s still acceptable to lose our health because of our career? Let's change that, because health is a tool, we can all learn to use, and it is the foundation for mastering our focus, energy and time. When we leave our humanity by the door when we go to work, we leave behind our most important resource for success.

Culture starts with us. Each of us affects the culture and how we take care of ourselves, take charge of our choices and show up at work, affects the culture, one person at a time. Culture is not about benefits, culture is about relationships. The root cause of an inclusive, diverse and healthy culture is to include and satisfy our human needs at work 

I teach my audience how to ask better questions, so they can unlock the answers to peak-performance, engagement and sustainable success and lead themselves and their people better, without the burnout.

Is your Culture healthy?

A Culture of Care™ supports our diverse human needs so we can build physical, emotional, mental resilience at work. A healthy culture fuels high-performing teams, engagement and motivation from the inside out. It is inclusive, curious, bold, courageous, motivating, engaging and empathetic because it supports people in accessing their inner fuel and bring their best selves to work, without burning out and losing their health. This is how we can achieve, not only individual peak performance, creativity, success and happiness, but also organizational health, innovation and talent retention.

Imagine a company culture of pausing, what could change?

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.
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It was a great pleasure to have you with us at PLENAE.
I really appreciated your speech as well as your ideas as a whole, thank you very much and I hope to see you again soon.
— Sincerely, Abilio

Let's change the way we THINK, work & grow, together

Broken cultures break companies and to bring our best selves to work, be engaged and ignite our team-culture, we need to shift from working on the edge of burnout and survival-mode to working on peak-performance and a purpose-driven people-centered culture mode

Let’s make sure your company has the framework and strategies, that support your people in working better.

WORK BETTER HEALTHY

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Fuel performance & culture from the inside out

With the work-environment, technology and employee requirements changing, to keep up we need to change the way we think about performance, our relationship with self-care at work and how we spend our time. We don’t go to work to make money, we go to work to matter and pursue our purpose. What do your people need so they can work healthy and go home happy with energy to spare?

EAT BETTER TO GET MORE DONE

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The nourished leader™
Lead with care

Health and wellbeing is changing the way we work and why leadership self-care is the most essential basic tool for achieving optimal performance, reach our human potential and be a better, more engaging leader. When we focus on the goal, rather than the process of achieving our goals, we become human doings running on automatic and burnout mode, instead of human beings, driven by humanity, innovation, creativity and empathy.

A HEALTHY COMPANY NEEDS HEALTHY LEADERS

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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

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