Corporate Wellness

Your company’s success and employee’s wellbeing are our main priority. Check out our corporate wellness programs for Singapore offices here.

Corporate Talks and Workshops

We offer a variety of mental health talks and workshops for your organisation's needs and goals.


Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)

Our EAP packages include counselling by licensed professionals, mental health assessments, on-site crisis support and response, sleep therapy, as well as mental health talks and workshops.

Why Choose Us

At A Kind Place, we combine expertise in mental health with a deep understanding of organisational dynamics. Our programs are led by experienced professionals committed to fostering a supportive and productive workplace environment. We believe in a personalised approach and thus, our experts will work closely with your team to tailor a program that addresses your specific organisation’s needs. We are your partners in turning workplace challenges into opportunities for growth and resilience.

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When you are looking to create the best corporate wellness programmes, there are a few key offerings to consider. Here are a few that have been popular options in Singapore offices.

Self-Compassion and Compassion at the Office

Having compassion for both yourself and your colleagues is a fundamental aspect of workplace wellness. Often the secret to good workplace relationships is self-compassion. Being able to develop and maintain a relationship with colleagues all begins with being kind to yourself. From childhood, we are taught to be kind to others and it is a lesson that we learn throughout our lives. All too often, however, we forgot how truly necessary it is to be kind to ourselves.

Not only do we all deserve kindness personally, but being more thoughtful to those around us all begins when we learn to be good to ourselves. That is why we offer corporate wellness workshops on self-compassion and compassion at the office. With the guidance of a consultant, your staff can learn what self-compassion truly entails and how to put it to use for both yourself and others. Here are some of the key lessons that you and your staff will learn:

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  • How to better control negative emotions and be kind to yourself and others
  • How to inspire others and yourself with kindness rather than criticism
  • How to let go of the myths and misconceptions that hold you back from being compassionate with yourself.

Office Workshops on Stress Management

Whenever our consultants hold mental health workshops for offices in Singapore, stress is a core topic. It is the feeling that lingers through anything and everything. Worse yet, the more each of us advances in our careers, the more prominent stress becomes in our lives. Dealing with stress in the workplace and at home has serious effects on our mental and physical health. Stress is not only a terrible feeling but actually shortens your lifespan.

Learning to manage work stress is fundamental to career success and happiness in life. That’s why our office workshops on stress management are a regular element of our courses. Here is what we cover during our stress management workshops:

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  • How to define and understand stress
  • How it identify stress in your body
  • How global uncertainty in the world has affected our collective mental health
  • How to effectively develop coping strategies to manage stress better

Caregiver burnout

A caregiver is a person who has taken on the responsibility of looking after someone who is unable to care for himself or herself fully due to illness, frailty, disability, or a mental health problem. It is stressful itself to take care of someone and it has gotten worse since the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Our consultants will educate you on the role of a caregiver, how to recognize the symptoms of caregiver burnout and how to cope with the stress and burnout. It will also guide you on what to do if you experience caregiver burnout and how to act after.

Managing Burnout at Work

Over the past few years, the world has been transformed. Along with those profound changes, our consultants have seen changes in the workplace. From flexible working arrangements to tighten budgets, workplaces in Singapore and around the world have experienced massive shifts. Managing these workplace changes has left countless people feeling complete career burnout.

Whether it is due to a lack of work-life balance or a general sense of career frustration, burnout is more common than many people realise. In our workplace burnout workshop, we discuss several key themes and coping techniques including the following:

  • The causes of burnout
  • How to recognise the symptoms of burnout
  • The keys to self-preservation
  • How to improve personal administrative skills
  • Ways to professionally and effectively set boundaries
  • Techniques to regain motivation and energy
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Sharpen Focus at Work and Finding Ways to Procrastinate Less

On a personal and professional level, procrastination is one of the worst habits that anyone can develop. By putting off an action, whatever that action may be, you hold yourself back. It costs you both time and money, and that is particularly true when you procrastinate at work.

In our procrastination help workshop, our consultants will help guide you through the ways that you can manage procrastination, such as the following:

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  • Understanding what procrastination is
  • How to spot procrastination before it takes over
  • Techniques to keep your focus
  • How to overcome procrastination and complete tasks on time
  • Preventing procrastination before it happens

Mastering Mindful Leadership

Mindful leadership is a new take on leadership that is changing the face of management. This type of leadership is distinguished by a kind of presence that allows the leader to discover unique and diverse ways to influence the lives of others. Let’s take a look at a few mindful leadership lessons that our consultants will be discussing:

  • Learn how to influence individuals in your team, organisation, family and community
  • Discover methods to practise mindful leadership
  • Understand the traits to be a good leader
  • Uncover the methods to influence mindfulness in your team
  • Take the essential step to raise your leadership to the next level
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Uncover the Observer Perspective

One of the key aspects of mindfulness is mastering the observer’s perspective. This helps you to observe each moment as it unfolds without any judgement. Our office workshops on an observer perspective will teach you essential lessons like these:

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  • Learn the core concepts of the observer perspective
  • Master essential experiential exercises
  • Understand the two states of mind: the Thinking Mind and the Observer Mind
  • Practise the observer perspective to allow you to observe what’s happening in your body, be able to slow down, make better choices, and control your stressful emotions

Lessons in Saying No

One of the hardest things to do is to say the simple word “no” to someone. While it might feel like you should always do your best to agree to things and accommodate people, that is simply not true. What is best for your life and your relationships is to know when and how to say no.

In our workplace sessions on saying no, our consultants cover a full range of topics including:

  • The art of politely saying no to requests or invitations
  • How to make more space for things that are truly important
  • Why it is hard to say no
  • Fully appreciate what would happen if you said yes all the time
  • Understanding the benefits of saying no
  • How saying no can eventually improve your relationships and mental health
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Self-Esteem in the Workplace

Your view of yourself affects your view of the world. Have you ever thought that you’re not good enough? Have you ever felt like a failure? This is your self-esteem talking to you and telling you things that might not be a true reflection of reality. Instead, these ideas are based on the opinions and beliefs that we have about ourselves. It is often based on ideas that we learned in childhood and from other people in our lives over the years. For that reason, it is essential to take a moment as adults to discover how we truly want to (and should!) see ourselves.

In our corporate wellness workshop, our consultants will discuss the following topics of self-esteem:

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  • Understanding self-worth
  • Learning how we accept or see yourselves
  • Seeing what impacts your self-esteem
  • Looking at how low self-esteem affects you
  • Establishing ways to boost your self-esteem

Getting Started with Corporate Wellness Program in Singapore

Ready to get started with an office wellness plan? Let’s talk! Send us an email at hello@akindplace.co, call us at +65 8757 8049, or chat with us on WhatsApp at +65 8757 8049.

Frequently Asked Questions on Corporate Wellness

It is known by a few different names like workplace wellness and employee wellbeing. These terms are all one and the same, and they are used to describe the range of activities, events, programmes, and policies that promote healthy behaviour at work.

Workplace wellness programmes can cover a broad spectrum of areas and that is because employees don’t leave anything behind when they cross the door into the office. The mental and physical health of your staff is relevant to the workplace on a daily basis. That is why such corporate wellness activities take a holistic approach to employee health.

People often asked us: What do workplace wellness programs do? This can be a difficult question as corporate health programmes are incredibly diverse. After all, they are aimed at a diverse workforce with a wide variety of needs and interests. To help you get a better sense of what is targeted by the office wellness plans, let’s take a look at some of the different types of corporate wellness programmes.

  • Workplace fitness programmes: Boosting physical activity before, during, and after the workday has a profound impact on both the physical and mental health of your employees.
  • Nutrition programmes for employees: During the average workday, employees make numerous decisions on their meals, snacks, and drinks. While offices often think that ordering greasy takeaway or bringing in sweat treats is a great workplace perk, the opposite is true in the long run. In fact, employees who have a poor diet are 66% more likely to be less productive while healthy eating can boost productivity by 20%.
  • Ergonomics workout: In Singapore and across the world, working in offices has taken its toll on our health. Having a professional guide your employees through the fundamentals of good workplace ergonomics is a simple but effective way to boost office wellness.
  • Workplace mental health program options: Here at A Kind Place, workplace mental health is our speciality. Employee mental health is the foundation of everything. From managing stress to overcoming procrastination to simply feeling their best in the workplace, mental health benefits are fundamental to every single aspect of your business.

These are just a few of the countless components that may be included in an effective plan. We also offer a range of customised corporate wellness plans for offices across the country.

Why is wellness important in business? While the connection may not seem entirely obvious at first, employee wellness is fundamental to business and corporate success. Just as you have highly trained experts to maintain your technical infrastructure, you need specialised professionals to help you maintain a healthy workforce.

When it comes to workplace wellness, we often talk about how healthy employees are happy employees. When it comes to the corporate bottom line, that also means engaged and productive employees.

Each business creates its own employee wellness programme from a wide range of options. Ultimately, the best programme depends greatly on the personal needs of the staff and identifying their core interests. To get a sense of what other programmes include, here is a glimpse at some of the common wellness plan offerings:  

  • Free or discounted gym memberships
  • Volunteering days
  • Financial education
  • Yoga classes
  • Meditation classes
  • Educational opportunities
  • Free food
  • Health risk assessments
  • Vaccination clinics
  • Quit smoking support
  • Wellness challenges
  • Wellness expeditions
  • Mental health days
  • Ergonomic workspaces

The first thing to ask yourself is: what do employees want? It is important to focus your programme on the true needs of your staff. During the many workplace wellness programmes in Singapore that our consultants have facilitated, we have found that mental health issues are paramount for the vast majority of employees.

On the other side of things, our consultants regularly talk to management, human resources, and staff about why previous programmes have failed. Time and time again we hear about the same issues coming up and they all centre around the same theme: staff mental health. Employees don’t participate in things like corporate gym plans, smoking cessation programmes, or learning opportunities because they are stressed out, tired, and unable to manage what is already on their plate.

When employees feel unable to cope with their daily work life, the last thing that they want to do is take on another challenge. That is why we promote corporate mental health programmes as the very top priority.

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