A Bit of History:
South African Statesman and Naturalist Jan Smuts first used the term “holism” in the 1920s, yet the concept is much older. Holism was supported by the Greeks as they believed humans consisted of distinct parts; mind, body, soul, and spirit. Hippocrates recognized the moral and spiritual aspects of health, and believed health only occurred with consideration of attitude, environmental influences, and natural remedies. While this integrated approach has influenced attitudes in the East, developments in Western thought has led to more of a separation of body, mind and spirit, especially related to work environments.
How Does a Whole Person Approach Relate to Training?
Veronique Inc discovered that “a state of complete physical, mental wellbeing and spirit in the work place unifies love and wealth, which makes up a happy, healthy employee.”
Happy, Healthy Employees Grow Profits.
Shift in Attitudes:
Shift in public opinions toward a Healthy Work Environment has been gaining recognition and support by Fortune 500 Companies as an important aspect of reducing costs and increasing profits.
Whole Person Training
is Veronique Inc.’s ingredient in creating healthy work environments
by introducing key and tested knowledge through TCIM INSIDE/OUT Training.
HAPPY HEALTHY EMPLOYEES = EXPANDED GROWTH and PROFITS