Facilitate a more productive handling of stress, distractions and pressure in your company with the digital Flow Lab Coach for TeamsSend request
It has never been harder to be focused and productive at work. An employee is interrupted every 11 minutes on average. The ever increasing amount of information, complexity and permanent time pressure lead to 45% of German employees feeling emotionally exhausted due to stress at work. (pronovaBKK, 2016).
With Flow Lab’s guided audio sessions, your teams strengthen their mental and emotional fitness.
Through the combination of science-based elements of mindfulness meditation with concepts from performance psychology, your employees learn to develop a more productive way to cope with stress and find ways to grow personally. Those skills enable them to find flow – peak performance while being at ease – more often.
67% of our workday is lost to unimportant tasks and distractions.
We offer flexible plans for your company so you can offer the digital Flow Lab Coach, all exercises and the progress tracking to your employees.
As an employer, you receive anonymized insights into the usage and effects of the flow training within your company. Through the continuous psychological evaluation of the mental and emotional fitness level of your employees you can understand in which areas your employees have strengths or potential for improvement.
Let us know how many licenses you’re interested in, which duration you’d prefer, and which open questions you have.
We’ll send you our offer based on your information.
You can distribute the licenses among your employees so they can start their flow training.
If you wish, we’re very happy to hold a kick off workshop with all interested employees at your offices.
Flow is a scientific concept from the area of positive psychology, which was researched by the renowned psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. To develop Flow Lab and make the science of peak performance accessible for everyone, we worked closely with coaches and scientific partners at the German Sports University Cologne, the Ruhr University Bochum and the Technical University Munich.
→ productivity (McKinsey, 2013)
→ creative performance (MacDonald, Byrne, & Carlton, 2006; Yan, Davison, & Mo, 2013)
→ subjective wellbeing and positive emotions (Bloch, 2002)
→ a good mood(Fullagar & Kelloway, 2009)
→ actively coping with stress and effort (Salanova, Martínez, Cifre, & Schaufeli, 2005)
→ less burnout (Lavigne, Forest, & Crevier- Braud, 2012)
→ high job satisfaction (Maeran & Cangiano, 2013)
→ a high subjectiveenergy level (Demerouti, Bakker, Sonnentag, & Fullagar, 2012)
→ a high subjective life quality (Bloch, 2002)