Sussex Wellbeing Company – Dr Jelena Goranovic 2018-11-27T16:07:24+00:00

Sussex Wellbeing Company – Dr Jelena Goranovic

We tackle issues relating to workplace wellbeing, team dynamics and productivity from all angles. Our tailor-made wellbeing and team development programmes are designed to significantly reduce the impact of employee absence, presenteeism and burnout, with measurable results.

Drawing on years of experience working within corporations and local communities, we take a unique perspective on stress management within the workplace. This allows us to offer custom-made programmes that include a variety of approaches, from stress management seminars, workshops, classes and wellbeing days, to team development, coaching, conflict resolution interventions and psychometric (personality) profiling of employees.

We believe wellbeing is only achieved when the mind and body are both in focus.

Bespoke packages

One size does not fit all when it comes to workplace wellbeing. As such, each programme is bespoke and tailored to the needs of you and your teams.

By delving deep into the cause and effects of stress, we’re able to create wellbeing and development programmes that enable teams to communicate more productively and manage stress more effectively. This helps individuals overcome barriers to personal and professional success, which in turn directly impacts performance and business profitability.

Tools for success

We give you the tools you need to make workplace a key business focus long after we leave. By tackling health and wellbeing from all angles, you will learn how to identify burnout before it hits, tackle unstable team dynamics, and create management teams who have the power to push your business to the next level.

Measurable outcomes

The effectiveness of all our workplace wellbeing and stress management programmes is demonstrated using standardised and validated outcome measurement tools. This allows you effectively track ROI, meet clearly defined KPIs and show value at every stage of the process.

Are you ready to make workplace wellbeing a priority?