Rise & Shine Group - leading the way in science-based, whole person workplace wellbeing

The way we are working, isn't working


Google, Facebook, Microsoft - some of the world's most forward thinking organisations recognise and invest in a four dimensional approach for their employees.

Over a decade ago organisations made the connection between employee physical health and business success. Fruit bowls, flu jabs, step challenges were the BIG thing.

In more recent years the corporate wellness movement has branched out and recognised and prioritised mental wellness. Mindfulness, resilience and grit workshops.. This is great but what about the equally important emotional and spiritual/internal dimension? Are we still neglecting two key dimensions helping employees feel confident, connected, content, fulfilled and motivated.

By supporting employees’ overall wellbeing, smart businesses are creating great places to work, filled with engaged, productive, less-stressed people.

Rise & Shine coaches individuals and organisations to become happy, healthy and high-performing, offering a whole-person, self-leadership approach to wellbeing that fuels and inspires success in all areas of life.

Our corporate workshops are designed to give people the tools they need to take responsibility for their performance, so they can achieve their full potential.

There is growing evidence that the long-term health of a company's bottom line and the health of its employees are very much aligned, and that when we treat them as separate, we pay a heavy price, both personally and collectively.

Individually, we compromise our health and happiness. For businesses, the costs will be exacted in dollars and cents, talent retention and diminished productivity. What's good for us as individuals is also good for business." – Arianna Huffington, co-founder of The Huffington Post

78%

of employers are adopting a more holistic approach to employee wellbeing.

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Stress has risen by a net

23.5%


across businesses in the past two years


Southern Cross Health Society Report 2019