More and more companies are placing employee welfare at the forefront of whatever they do, from developing their employee well-being to professionally developing employee knowledge.
Adopting a Holistic Approach to the life of your business means that your focus is directed to the mind, body and spirit of your workforce as a whole. Treating the entire business with a holistic view enables individuals to gain greater self-awareness and appreciation for renewed balance, health and vitality. The Holistic Approach provides the tools required to harmonise and create a more balanced, fulfilled Work/Life Harmony.
What does the Holistic Consultant Do? A Holistic Consultant works with businesses who wish to achieve more flow, happiness and balance in their company. By exploring, and accepting, each individual’s unique attributes, experiences, creative thinking and personal requirements a Holistic Consultant is able to guide, motivate and inspire positive life changes in the workforce. Unlike more traditional approaches, the Holistic Approach allows for deeper exploration and understanding of the inner interferences that create emotional and business blocks and hurdles.
What to Expect from the Holistic Approach The Holistic Approach offers a supportive, guiding process that helps individuals understand life and business from a different perspective. Clients are encouraged to explore synchronicity and to work towards personal transformation on many levels. As everyone is unique, as too are the issues that may be most relevant, the holistic approach offers an experience that encourages positive changes. Many techniques and tools can be used within the Holistic Approach process, and these may include Stress Management, and Relaxation/Meditation exercises. The Holistic Approach brings great benefits to the individual, and assists in positive change towards influencing groups, teams and organisations.
Who Benefits from the Holistic Approach? Adults who have enjoyed specific life experiences – this may include challenging personal issues, company's merging/downsizing, conflicts with colleagues, and other emotional difficulties – will most benefit from the holistic approach.
What the Holistic Approach is Not The Holistic Approach is not therapy. Whilst the holistic approach process can help individuals manage and improve their well-being, and generally inspire positive thought and direction, this form of approach does not focus on working through long-standing issues and problems. By focusing on the entire individual, however, work/life balance can be addressed and restrictive behaviour patterns and habits can be rectified and improved. Fresh and inspired motivation for life will also be created, and a healthier attitude to life and work will become the result individuals/companies aim for.