Doing surgery every day requires high mental focus, sometimes for long hours. A heart surgeon explains how Mindstretch helps her to stay “fit for surgery” and what the tool can mean for healthcare providers and also patients.
“We are dealing with employees who are very enthusiastic and involved and therefore also demand a lot of themselves. I think the trick is to support our employees as well as possible from within the organization”.
“We found the Mindstretch tool appealing as we strongly believe in the power of the employee. It is up to the employee to take the initiative, to start working on his or her health and we can only offer tools that can help with that.”
Working irregular hours takes its toll, both mentally and physically. Christine noticed big differences in her Mindstretch measurement results.
The measurement results showed “orange” during the entire holiday. This confirmed what the user felt: the physical efforts had been too intense.
Lieven Maesschalck (CEO Move to Cure) visited Daniel Berckmans (CTO BioRICS) to learn about Mindstretch and the impact in rehab.
As a busy woman, she started monitoring in the first months of her pregnancy because she wanted to take good care of her mental balance.
“Mindstretch proves black on white how someone is mentally doing and whether the coaching is helping or not” says coach Koen.
VOKA started the conversation on work, well-being and happiness with experts, policy actors and participants.