WORK IN A WAY THAT'S GOOD
FOR YOUR CAREER AND YOUR WELLBEING

Coaching walks for teams & professionals

Does work feel good?

You ate lunch at your desk again today and checked your work email late into the evening. Even though you work really hard, work just doesn’t seem to be working for you.

The meetings can be so frustrating.  Sometimes you can even predict what your colleagues are going to say before the meeting happens.  

Work doesn’t have to be like this.

Work in a way that actually promotes your physical, mental, communication and team health

Start your work day with a spring in your step

Have useful, active meetings that feel positive and move things forward

Get the headspace you need to be clear about the professional life you want to have and how to make it happen

Take the next step to working well. 

Join Anise for a one-to-one or team coaching walk.

CHOOSE YOUR COACHING WALK

OPEN AIR WALK

Take an Open Air Walk to gain an instant wellbeing boost and understand what’s working well (and what’s not) in your professional life.

work well coaching

Coaching walk programme designed to get you feeling energised and confident with strong working relationships.  

Team Coaching walk

A moving meeting that gives your team headspace, time to connect and a wellbeing boost.

"We not only bonded as a team, but we also left the day with an actionable list of things to do as a team to improve the way we work together and with others in our organisation. We were all so inspired by the day that we hope to repeat the experience at least annually."
Gigi Demming
International Head of UX

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