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The Self Care Culture

Empowering employees with self care tools

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Self Care is for Everyone

Individuals of all ages can benefit from the relief and balance in their wellbeing by practicing Self Care. 


Businesses of all sizes can benefit by providing their staff new tools to overcome the daily demands of work.


Corporations in any industry can benefit by empowering their executives to be the best they can be.


Education institutions at any level can benefit by enabling their students and educators to realize their full potential.


Athletes in all sports can benefit by exploring methods to train, compete and recover.

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Self Care & Leadership

Leadership has been a main topic for many corporations and family offices for the past twenty years and there has been a shift in how leadership can be defined.

Physical, emotional, energetic  and mental wellbeing of leaders, employees and family members are the keys to resiliency especially during these challenging times. 

Self Care for leaders means leading by example.

Employers and family offices are starting to understand that there is a direct correlation between employees who took care of themselves holistically and the following:

• Increase in productivity due to higher motivation

• Focus & concentration

• Higher energy levels to spread vitality among team members

• Better organisational and time management skills

• Reduction in absences and high turnover of staff 

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Self Care for Yacht Crew

Crewing on yachts are often challenged to find a work life balance. They suffer from fatigue, mental and physical exhaustion, alienation, loneliness, as well as alcoholism and drug abuse. Self Care allows  seafarers to understand and become cognitive of the impact of such imbalances.

“Focus is on the intersection of employee and company wellbeing. The cost pressure of the current revenue-challenged environment places significant stress on leaders to meet the needs of shareholders at a time when the wellbeing of employees, particularly the most vulnerable, is being seriously threatened. But the risks to – and benefits of – employee wellbeing and company wellbeing are highly aligned.” 

Willis Tower Watson, 2020

“While leaders are rightly focused on the physical effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s another global challenge emerging mental health.” 

Study: Harvard Business Review, SAP and Qualtrics

Employees need, and increasingly demand, resources to help them cope with mental health problems. 

If companies make mental health services more accessible and intervene in the workplace in ways that improve well-being, they will simultaneously make investments that will provide real improvements in employee outcomes and consequently in company performance.

McKinsey & Company, 2020