"My generation has completely different demands of openness, transparency and clarity. We want to show that with simple truths, inclusion, supporting research and aiding technology, it is possible to help people enjoy their work more and perform better without having to live at the office, Julian says."Continue
We develop and deliver tools, training and expert support, based on research and science, to help individuals, businesses and organisations to perform well, reach their targets and, at the same time, feel good.
Read about our web-based tools and our knowledgebase on these web pages:
A SUSTAINABLE PERFORMANCE CULTURE
A sustainable performance culture is a win for both people and the organisation. Using this concept you develop a long-term sustainable culture that fulfils demands on efficiency and satisfied customers at the same time as it strengthen the employees health and well-being. Profitable in all aspects.
LEADERSHIP FOR A SUSTAINABLE PERFORMANCE CULTURE
This concept helps managers and other leaders to improve their leadership. Step-by-step, a modern leadership which drives performance and goal attainment by contributing to creating the right prerequisites for employees in their work environment is created.
A HEALTH CREATING WORKPLACE
When we feel good, we perform well and vice versa. Through this concept, Agerus offers a new way of working with the psychosocial work environment that benefits both health and efficiency. Together, managers and employees develop a workplace that promotes health, performance and high quality or work.
“It is not enough to have a good mind, the main thing is to use it well”
– René Descartes
“Oh, give us the man who sings at his work”
– Thomas Carlyle
An effort to create a sustainable organisational culture with employees that are part of the organisation’s development has a direct correlation with a strong and trustworthy brand. Don’t forget to live as you learn!Continue
“The meeting between two personalities is like the contact between two chemical substances – if there is a reaction both are transformed.”
– Carl Jung