We design customized solutions based on the insights we gather during the initial assessment and discussions with employees and management. Furthermore, we accompany employees along the entire process of behavioural change and we shape their path by engaging management to facilitate systematic changes that support the process.

Our medium-term solutions cover three aspects that are relevant for a sustainable change: 

Enhancing employees’ personal resources
Improving leaders’ competencies
Strengthening the communication skills

During the pandemic context, we deliver all our well-being solutions online, being flexible in using any digital solution that appeals to our clients.

Scroll down below, to find out more information about our well-being project stages. Please keep in mind that the details provided are not set in stone and may be adjusted according to the clients’ specifications.

Stage 1: Acknowledging strengths and weaknesses

We prepare the project with both organization’s leaders and the HR department to ensure their involvement in the entire process. This enforces the message that employees’ development is a priority for the organization and creates the premises for employees to engage in the project. As the project unfolds, we usually collaborate with a steering committee, consisting of leaders and key employees. 

Irrespective of talking about personal resources, leadership competencies, or communication skills, the first step in creating a sustainable change is to assess not only the areas of strength and development but also other relevant personal or organizational factors. For this purpose, we use valid psychometric tools which generate insightful individual reports. Subsequently, the reports are discussed during individual feedback sessions with each and every participant, and action plans are designed collaboratively. 

We use valid psychometric instruments available from other providers. These reports are automatically generated after the participants complete their assessments. They are also available in different formats and languages, depending on the chosen tool.

The individual feedback session is a crucial part at the very beginning of the project. It consists in a 1h / 1h and 30 minutes discussion, facilitated by one of our consultants,  based on the information from the psychometric reports. Therefore, the participants have the opportunity to explore and understand the information in a guided manner, where all the pieces from the puzzle compose an overview image related to day-to-day business experiences.  

Stage 2: Designing and implementing the project

Based on the insights provided by the individual reports and information gathered during individual feedback sessions, we prepare an aggregate report, identifying key aspects that need to be addressed during the project. The report includes recommendations for implementing systematic changes that support the entire process.

Identifying all the current needs and key issues at the group/organizational level, we design a personalized intervention plan, containing in:

Workshops are centered mainly on psycho-education and on providing actionable tools for managing stress at work, increasing personal resources, developing leadership or communication competencies, depending on the focus of the project.

For a project aimed at managing stress and increasing well-being, we can run mindfulness sessions, during which we provide participants with the science behind mindfulness and offer opportunities to practice various types of mindfulness exercises. 

Supportive activities are aimed at providing participants with the opportunity to share their experiences while implementing behavioral changes and strategies, previously discussed during workshops. Additionally, participants can obtain feedback from their colleagues and WaW psychologists. These sessions aim to understand the degree to which participants have implemented changes based on the workshops, whether they encountered obstacles, and found ways to overcome them.

Newsletters are periodically emailed to participants for sharing bite-sized knowledge and best practices on topics relevant to the project.

Individual counseling sessions are available upon request. 

Stage 3: Measuring the impact and ensuring sustainability

The final phase of our medium-term projects consists of a post-intervention assessment which can bring awareness in terms of the impact of the intervention process. Thereby, the participants undertake the completion of the same psychometric instrument, shedding light upon the participants’ progress along the process.

We usually run two group follow-up sessions, one after one month from the completion of the project and the second after three months to address additional challenges and sustain the changes.

At the end of the project, we write a report underlying the progress and provide recommendations for maintaining and further developing organizational strengths.