Being Human; Creating a Culture of Wellness

 Join us on 3rd March 2021 at 10:30am (GMT)/ 5:30pm SNG as we host a likely and discursive conversation for what it takes to build a culture of positivity and wellness within companies and organisations – moving from the individual to the collective.

Over the last year, wellness has moved rapidly into every CEO and leaders’ top 5 priorities, challenging our perceptions of what we all expect from our organisations and working environments.

• How do we create healthy environments that influence and impact people’s health and wellness?

• What are the social factors that play a critical part in the culture?

• How do I create the conditions that allow my colleague to shine?

 Register today by clicking here.

Previously on Being Human…

Being Human; The Power of Humour

In January this year, we explored humour; what it is, why we need it and some practical tips on how to bring more laughter and levity to how we live and work!

We were joined by Francis Gilson (comedy producer at BBC), Paul Boross (psychologist, humourologist and pitch doctor) and Neil Mullarkey (improviser, author, facilitator and speaker), who shared their wisdom and knowledge of humour and how it can be utilised in the workplace. We also spoke to Sam Teo (consultant for just add water Asia) who shared some light on humour being used in Singapore and the differences of humour used across different cultures!

To see the highlights from the session please click here, and to the view the full recording, please click here.

 Wellness v Burnout

In December 2020 we (just add water) were joined by Elizabeth Cowper, the founder of The Ludo Partnership, and other experts in the field, Katie Millet and Vanessa Moulton, to explore how we can both recognise the signals for oncoming burnout and how to counter it.

To view the recording please click here.

Being Human; Beyond Resilience

From March to June 2020 we (just add water) hosted a series of virtual practices titled Being Human: Beyond Resilience; where we explored what it really means to be resilient in this hybrid world we find ourselves in, as well as developing habits and rituals to practice to prepare for whatever might come next.

This series was extremely successful, with over 700 participants from all over the world tuning in to engage with our fun, fast-paced and interactive practices.

Since then, we have been running our Being Human: Beyond Resilience series extremely successfully with current and new clients. Creating bespoke and tailored workshops to run either organisation wide, or with leadership teams; specifically focusing on the characteristics, behaviours, and mindsets to carry individuals, teams, and organisations through these challenging times.

For more information about how we could help you and your teams please contact

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Ralph Wheeler,
SVP Group Financial Controller, IHG

‘Top class. The work that Jeremy and the entire just add water team do has been truly inspirational not only for myself but for all of my team. They made work really FUN and effective! The energy and excitement generated by just add water has continued into our global workplace.’

Kathleen Lucas,
Head of Function, Remediation Management at BP

‘When I think of just add water what comes to mind is a team of really creative people, who understand the challenges today’s leaders face, and find incredibly skillful ways to help, support and shake these leaders. The team’s roots in the arts world also makes a positive impact and offers a refreshing alternative to the corporate perspective.’

Elina Koussi,
Leadership Development Programme Manager, GE

‘just add water was a true partner for me in my role at Thomson Reuters. Jeremy and the team approached every challenge with intelligence and a proactive mindset, delivering strategic and tactical interventions with equal success. They quickly understood the leadership dynamic and their passion and creativity never ceased to amaze.’

Michelle Horowitz,
Chief of Staff, Office of the CMO, Thomson Reuters

‘I have worked with the team at just add water for many years and I keep asking them back because they consistently deliver great results. Their creativity and ability to translate corporate goals into meaningful messages is simply amazing!’

Jill Nealon, SVP Human Resources & Development Unit,
Dubai Airports