Five Ways to Wellbeing

The Five Ways to Wellbeing was introduced to Aotearoa New Zealand in 2009 as part of Mental Health Awareness Week, building on work done by the new economics foundation (nef) for the UK Government.

This paper aims to develop confidence in organisations and workers that their communication of the messages is supported by best practice, built upon good understanding of the evidence and reflects a consistent national approach.

Afraid to ask for help with business or family relationships? Get over yourself!

30 plus years working as a Chartered Accountant, then with families and businesses for the past 15 years as a mediator and working as a family business advisor, I’ve seen the same 3 issues arising time and time again. Deal with these 3 and you’ll find a lot of your conflicts disappear:

Resilient Rangatahi

Trauma & Children

DIY Dispute Resolution

1. Listen. We all have 2 ears and 1 mouth. Spend much more time listening than speaking. What are they saying? If someone is repeating themselves, […]