Navigating oneself at work is crucial for mental health
Most companies are investing in skill development and motivation for employees, introducing various initiatives to enhance their professional activities. However, in the post-pandemic era, especially with the widespread remote work in the IT sector, traditional offerings like private healthcare or wellness cards may no longer suffice for many.
At Leobeard, we prioritize evidence-based approaches to ensure optimal working conditions. We specialize in providing consultations and workshops for companies, with a focus on mental health protection and comprehensive corporate well-being, especially in the context of remote work and the IT sector.
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↳ Well-being foundations

What can significantly impact mental and physical well-being at work


Knowing how the mind and body interact, and applying evidence-based methods to manage oneself, can bring tangible benefits to both work efficiency and overall well-being and mental balance.
We offer training and consultations based on the latest credible research to help employees navigate the workplace effectively, avoiding pop psychology and ensuring a 'bulshit-free' approach.

Truly optimal working conditions

Every company should give official safety training, covering things like how to sit and stay safe at work. But, sometimes, these trainings use old information and feel like a boring duty instead of being helpful. Still, following the rules at the office and even at home during remote work can really affect how we feel at work.
How and where you sit, how often you can change positions, where you direct your gaze while working, and how you manage light in the daily cycle are fundamental for well-being and efficiency in the long term, influencing both mental and physical health.

Small Changes - Big Impact

Considering work hours, daily cycles, breath management, mindful regulation of our arousal and concentration, along with incorporating simple movements accessible in any space, can dramatically alter how we feel at work in the short and long term. Unquestionably, this will affect our efficiency and and physical & mental well-being.

Is it a crisis?

The discussion around burnout and its impact on employees' mental health has been ongoing. Although burnout is recognized as a syndrome rather than a disease, the World Health Organization officially acknowledged it in 2019 by adding it to the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11).

The shift to remote work post-pandemic has significantly contributed to the rise of this phenomenon. Reports from industry organizations in the IT sector and technological startups highlight substantial mental health challenges for both employers and employees.

Many are drawn to tech industries for higher earnings, often overlooking the potential costs of a seemingly convenient lifestyle behind a computer monitor.

Employees grappling with burnout or other psycho-physical challenges may experience decreased efficiency, frequent sick leaves, and motivation issues. While this is detrimental to any employer, prioritizing employee well-being is simultaneously an investment in the individuals shaping the organization and society – a morally and practically essential approach.

We're here to help

As shown by the mentioned reports, many employees are looking for psychological support. Whether you need psychological consultations for your team, want to develop supportive programs, or plan team-building retreats with HR, we've got you covered.

Fruitful Thursdays or a gym membership might not be enough anymore to take care of the well-being and satisfaction of your organization's members.
Take care of your employees' mental and physical health; we can help.

Reach out to us for support.
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Body can be an interface to your mind
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Corporate Well-being Expert
I hold a degree in psychology from the University, complemented by my earlier master's studies at the Academy of Physical Education, where I earned the title of recreational movement instructor. Additionally, I studied interdisciplinary doctoral studies in the Department of Relaxation Techniques and Health Promotion.

My expertise extends to conducting workshops that integrate psychological work with the body and its physiology.

Currently, I work as an HCI specialist in the technology industry and as a psychologist at a psychiatric hospital. This dual professional path allows me to deeply comprehend the human experience, encompassing the body, mind, and the interactive technologies that are integral to our lives.

My long journey in the IT sector has provided significant opportunities for growth but has also highlighted the costs, especially when immersed in our minds and neglecting signals from the body.
This insight fuels my particular interest in promoting mental health in professions that involve intense screen time and remote work.
Are you interested in implementing corporate well-being in your company?