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When employees leave their workstation, their factory or their work vehicle to participate in our training, we understand the enormous cost to the business. We know their experience has to be memorable and provide them with skills, tools and strategies that when employed will make a huge difference to their overall work performance.

All feedback gathered upon completion of our training since 2008 reveals that an average of 9.5 out of 10 employees participating in R&R training are engaged to a point that results in positive, sustained change. Almost every employee speaks of sustained improvements, such as eating healthier food, performing manual handling tasks more safely, exercising more or managing stress more effectively.

Why do employees look forward to participating in R&R training? Because we include them, we make them the experts, we give them a chance to share their knowledge and ideas and above all else, we get them to learn as much from each other as they do from our trainers.

It is our aim for employees to:

  • Get and stay connected to who they are and who they want to be
  • Strive for a collective desire for optimal performance and safety
  • Respectfully challenge each other to treat each other with respect
  • Operate with less judgement and more compassion

With our training and programs, your employees and you will soon see that our authentic and caring model will be the training approach your organisation has been looking for.

If you’d like to talk about how we can help you to motivate and grow your employee’s health and wellbeing across your business, contact us today.

Let’s start talking about how we can help you to motivate employees across your business.

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