When employees are happy, they are empowered to be a catalyst for change and innovation, inspire teamwork and collaboration, are able to motivate and mentor others and build effective relationships.

At Wellness Assets we believe that ‘well’ employees are your greatest asset and capitalizing in their overall well-being is one of the greatest investments you can make for both them and your organization.

Some of the greatest challenges faced by many people today is financial and emotional stress, costing both individuals and organisations billions of rand in medical costs and debt repayments.

Wellness Assets can offer customised solutions to address all your wellness needs on both an individual and organisational level.

The Wellness Assets Offering:

The Wellness Assets program focuses on providing employees with wellness solutions, insights and tools to empower individuals to live healthier, happier lifestyles and ultimately operate at their optimum in both their personal and professional worlds.

At Wellness Assets, we focus on 3 key pillars:

  • Mental/emotional wellness
  • Financial wellness
  • Lifestyle wellness – incorporating both active and lifestyle elements

These key areas form a well-rounded wellness offering covering financial, emotional, active and lifestyle wellness needs.

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Why Wellness

Mental health plays a vital role in productivity, functionality.
Almost R3b pa is lost to the corporate sector as a result of untreated mental health conditions and other stress-related expenses.
Depression contributes to 69% of indirect costs such as low productivity, absenteeism and disability.

 

50% of sick days taken are stress related.
Financial wellness is in growing demand by employees to be added to wellness programs.
70% of surveyed employees said financial stress was their biggest stress factor.

Emotional Wellness:

Are your employees engaged? Is their emotional well-being impacting their performance?

Many organisations feel that soft skills training is a nice to have exercise. Yet they are some of the hardest skills for us to learn and apply. There is enough research available to acknowledge the benefits these skills play in both individual and organisational growth and the benefits thereof.

The Wellness Assets mental and emotional wellness offering focuses on:

  • Personal growth and development
  • Enhanced levels of self-awareness
  • Creative thinking and problem solving
  • Personal relationships
  • Work relationships
  • Leadership and mentorship traits
  • Work/Life balance
  • Understanding emotional drivers
  • Thinking and decision making styles (including a personal development assessment)
  • Goals and goal setting

Financial Wellness:

As Robert Kiyosaki, leading author on financial literacy, explains in his books: ‘developing one’s financial IQ does not guarantee that one will never face financial difficulties. It does, however, give one the tools to solve money problems when they do arise’. Solving money problems ensures sustainable long term financial success.

The Wellness Assets financial wellness program focuses on:

  • Practical financial tools to help with current financial situations
  • Financial values
  • Financial blueprint
  • Money Goals
  • Dealing with debt
  • Budgeting
  • Positive money mindset
  • Responsible money management

Lifestyle Wellness:

Not understanding why you are feeling unwell or sick can be very stressful. When people don’t have the right knowledge to understand their condition, they tend to feel disempowered and hopeless about their health. This can be overwhelming and a constant worry, which can have a negative impact on focus and performance in the workplace.

Fortunately there is usually a solution, as most health issues are caused by lifestyle choices. Therefore with the right knowledge, skills and support, such challenges can be successfully addressed.

The Wellness Assets lifestyle wellness offering focuses on:

  • Individual health assessments to understand body composition and health status.
  • Personalised transformation plans to suit individual health challenges
  • One-to-one coaching and support to achieve lifestyle goals
  • Maintenance plans to ensure sustainable healthy lifestyles

Active wellness elements include:

  • Bootcamp programs, walk/run programs, yoga classes, meditation, pilates

Meet the Team

 

Paula Quinsee - Wellness Assets
Paula Quinsee
Relationship Expert, Author of book “Embracing Conflict”, TedX Speaker and Life Coach

083 307 0918
paula@wellnessassets.co.za

Paula Quinsee is a relationship expert, TEDx speaker and author of Embracing Conflict, a self-help guide filled with practical tools, insights and exercises for personal growth and development.

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Renny Lestwalo
Health and Lifestyle Coach

076 538 5868
renny@wellnessassets.co.za

Renny Letswalo is a health and lifestyle coach and chairperson of Cambridge Weight Plan Southern Africa, where she is driving her vision of helping a million men and women overcome obesity and fulfill their potential for holistic health and wellness.

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Kathryn Main - Wellness Assets
Kathryn Main
CEO, Financial Literacy Disruptor and Educator, Author of book "Raising Money Savvy Kids" and Public Speaker

079 370 0601
kathryn@wellnessassets.co.za

If you are looking for words to describe Kathryn Main, managing director of Mainmultimedia and Money Savvy Kids, quirky, determined, visionary and masterful are just some that spring to mind.

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