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Workplace Emotions

Our unique product, WORKPLACE EMOTIONS

is an all-encompassing training guide designed to

create an emotionally healthy workplace and workforce.

Employee Engagement and Mindset Re-engineering

Billions of dollars are lost globally due to employee disengagement. In this training, we show your employees how to stay engaged via our mindset re-engineering tools.

Psychological Safety at Work

In business leadership, psychological safety is a relatively new concept. The ‘psychological safety at work’ training consists of leading workshops that teach leaders how to create a workplace in which employees feel safe to speak up.

The AAHA Pathway to Self-Leadership and Personal Effectiveness

Personal effectiveness serves as a true indicator of one’s professional capabilities. Our training program helps employees develop their leadership skills and potential. We do this with the use of various tools including our AAHA strategic tool. 

Emotional Intelligence and the S.T.O.P. Principle

Communication glitches in the workplace are often results of misinterpretation of emotions that evolve from certain paradigms developed in childhood. This training equips employees with the capacity to become fluent in the language of emotions. 

The WWW Experience for a Wholesome Workforce

We will empower your staff to become 8-star employees, that is, people who are passionately seeking excellence in the management of the critical dimensions of work relationships while understanding and positively excelling in the management of the eight critical dimensions of life.

The Art and Science of Constructive Feedback

There is an art and a science to giving and receiving feedback and this training helps you achieve just that!

Stress Management in a Time of Uncertainty

This training teaches you the different methods for coping with stress and anxiety. We will compare problem-focused and emotions-focused approaches and various relaxation techniques.

Managing Different Generations in the Workplace

The ‘Managing Different Generations in the Workplace’ training is designed to make managers aware of the importance of generational diversity in the workplace and how to manage different generations at work.

Work-Family Life Balance

Balancing work and family life not only makes parenting more challenging but it disrupts workplace productivity if not properly managed. In this training, you will learn about how to detect an imbalance between home and work as well as how to achieve a healthy compromise between work balance and family life balance.

As corporate wellness consultants, we have observed how employee disengagement, caused by various stressors, hampers productivity at the workplace. In the results-driven workplace environment where goals and deliverables are the main focus, the tendency is to ignore the emotional dynamics among employees. However, because emotions are a core part of the human person, unmanaged emotions eventually turn around to hamper productivity and diminish corporate results. According to the Global Wellness Institute, the cost of employee disengagement at work is worth $550bn and emotional stressors are a major cause of this disengagement. Our question is simple, “what can you do about it?” That’s where we come in with our Workplace Emotions™  focus!

How We Can Serve You

TRAININGS

Wellness and work are interdependent which is why we help employees thrive in all the dimensions of wellness so that they can bring their A-game to work at all times.

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CONSULTATIONS

We utilize consulting interventions such as retreats, business diagnostics as well as training and coaching interventions to inspire your staff to become the best they can be. 

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THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

We have developed various tools to help with the WWW experience. Glean from our years of experience by inviting us to speak at your next event, seminar or conference.

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WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT US

The speaker might have been young but she knows her stuff. In all my years of engaging trainers, this is one of the very best I have had. I have no regrets!

MRS ORENUGA,

PROVOST COLLEGE OF NURSING, IGANDO

TBOG's competence in Work-Life Balance was astounding. I invited her to speak to a group of Nigerians in the Diaspora and I was not disappointed in any way! They loved her. I loved her. She knows her stuff!

SIDIKAT FOLAMI,

CEO O’RAYBOUR FASHION HOUSE

I have never experienced anything like this before. I hope my school brings TSAGE and TBOG again.

STUDENT,

METHODIST BOYS HIGH SCHOOL

I learnt a whole lot about healthy living and physical health from TBOG. Her session was so educative and captivating that I did not want the session to end.

MR GEORGE,

ATTENDEE, PREMIUM GRAPHICS LTD

I was spellbound listening to TBOG unveil the nurse as a Parent-in-Emergency. It was interesting to learn about the D.O.P.E. Nurse.

MRS ONIYIDE,

NURSE, LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL

These two days were amazing! I am so charged and in control of my emotions. You are good at what you do. Kindly keep it up.

AFILAKA YETUNDE,

NURSE EDUCATOR, LASCON 

It was an empowering session! TBOG did justice to the topic on 'Work-Life Balance'. As she was speaking, I felt life surge through me and I drew strength to go back to tackle the stressors I had allowed to subdue me.

ATTENDEE,

LAGOS STATE HEALTH SERVICE COMMISSION STRATEGIC RETREAT

In one word, AWESOME!!!

MRS HILDA,

LAGOS STATE HEALTH SERVICE COMMISSION

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WORKPLACE EMOTIONS

Find interesting blog posts on all workplace-related issues ranging from psychological safety at work to stress management among others…

THE SOCIAL CONTEXTS FOR IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT; The Seven Places Where Identities Are Forged

Sometimes, we behave differently when we are in a particular social context and that is not a problem if your anchor (who you are) is well defined. It is the definition of who you are that will help your behaviour in each of those Places. Identity consolidation occurs when who you are in each of those places complements your other selves. It is safe to say that our identity is a proposition. It’s a summation of who everyone around us has said we are right from the time we were born.  Sometimes we can forget this and feel trapped, struggling to meet those expectations. But understanding that we are much larger than who we are told we are, frees us from those mental limitations and makes seemingly impossible new life paths possible.

5 STEPS TO BUILDING A HEALTHY PERSONAL IDENTITY

One of the many struggles I experienced while growing up was trying to determine my sense of identity. I had poor self-esteem and I always looked out for external validation. I was a people-pleaser and I never found any sense of purpose.  I remember looking at my mates back then when they would emphatically define what future they saw for themselves but I could not see anything about mine. I was boxed into different things by different people because they did not get to meet the real me. I found out that when I was with introverts, I behaved like one and when I was with the extroverts, I became one. I did things expected of me simply because they were expected. It was difficult for anyone to know me because I did not even know myself. The danger of living life this way is that you become unfulfilled with no sense of purpose or direction. That’s a terrible way to live life, don’t you agree?

THE ROLE OF THE HOME IN DEVELOPING PERSONAL IDENTITY

The home is the first building block for any human. The reason we all agree with the quote, “charity begins at home” is because we know that the foundational blocks for the moral compass, self-esteem, and identity of anyone are first developed at home. We are all a compendium of our growing up experiences. You are suspicious of that colleague at work because when you were younger, mommy told the 4-year-old you to go back inside to put on your shoes so that you can both go out but when you returned in your shoes, she had gone. Trust was damaged from very little so you go around with suspicion. If you take a deep breath and look inward, you will find out that certain thought patterns you possess today are contingent on your home experiences. It is no surprise therefore when David Richo, a renowned American psychotherapist said, “the untreated traumas of childhood become the frustrating dramas of adulthood.” If parents are not deliberate in helping their children cultivate a healthy identity, these children will grow up using external factors like their work, their class, etc in defining who they are. When these things are taken from them, they lose themselves.

WORKPLACE IDENTITY AND PRODUCTIVITY

The importance of Workplace Identity is undeniable as it acts as an anchor for fostering a sense of attachment to the workplace. Furthermore, it correlates with a variety of work-based constructs, such as influential leadership, collaborative learning, work values, group identification and commitment among others. WI helps you develop a solid work ethic that can help distinguish you from the pack. It is, however, important that you must be able to identify your holistic sense of identity not just your workplace identity  —  which is but a segmented aspect of your full self. To do this, you must be able to answer the question “who am I?” without restricting it solely to your work role.  

MAKING YOUR ORGANIZATION A PSYCHOLOGICALLY SAFE HAVEN

No employer starts out wanting to create a toxic work environment especially because many managers are now aware that the emotional state of their employees determines how well they will commit to the organization and this is a direct indicator of productivity. However, when certain emotional cues are not taken into consideration, the possibility of creating a toxic workplace environment can soar, albeit unintentionally. It is why we offer our signature product, Workplace Emotions™ to reduce this possibility. I have personally worked in a toxic work environment where the boss was a machiavellian narcissist. It was no surprise though, that the organization became so toxic that employees left en masse until the company eventually collapsed. I have, however, also observed, by virtue of the work I do, that some Bosses are well-meaning and genuinely love their employees but they miss out on the emotional cues that could have helped them identify employee dissatisfaction and nip emotional toxicity in the bud.

FAMILY  CONTENT

Find interesting blog posts on family life issues ranging from parenting to spousal relationships to adolescence management among others…

THE SOCIAL CONTEXTS FOR IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT; The Seven Places Where Identities Are Forged

Sometimes, we behave differently when we are in a particular social context and that is not a problem if your anchor (who you are) is well defined. It is the definition of who you are that will help your behaviour in each of those Places. Identity consolidation occurs when who you are in each of those places complements your other selves. It is safe to say that our identity is a proposition. It’s a summation of who everyone around us has said we are right from the time we were born.  Sometimes we can forget this and feel trapped, struggling to meet those expectations. But understanding that we are much larger than who we are told we are, frees us from those mental limitations and makes seemingly impossible new life paths possible.

ADOLESCENTS; WHY THEY ACT THE WAY THEY DO

As parents of adolescents, you try to help your son or daughter make good decisions. You provide guidance. You give them facts. You explain the pros and cons. You talk to other parents to glean wisdom. You think about how you felt when you were a teen, and the consequences you suffered when you made poor decisions. You think you have finally set your adolescent up for success. But then you find out that your adolescent has taken none of your advice and has done exactly what they wanted to do all along! Moms and dads, while this is frustrating and upsetting, there is a physiological explanation as to why they behave this way. A significant part of your adolescents’ brain, the prefrontal cortex, is undeveloped.

USING THE S.T.O.P. PRINCIPLE TO DEAL WITH UPSETTING SITUATIONS

It had been a pretty hectic week for Mrs K, Helen's mom. She ran two shifts and still had to pick up groceries before heading home. While in transit, she began to think about her other problems. The rent was almost due and her payment had been delayed due to an issue...

OBSERVATORY AWe-Q Test

LEVELS OF PARENTING

“Parenting adolescents is hard” is something we have often heard parents say. This doesn’t always have to be so. Teenagers are fun.

THE A.A.H.A. PATHWAY TO A BLAME-FREE AND GUILT-FREE PARENTING RELATIONSHIP

“Blame is the lie by which we convince ourselves that we are victims. It is the lie that robs us of our serenity, our generosity, our confidence, and our delight in life . . . For it is the act of blaming that can't co-exist with self-responsibility -- or with freedom...

The Secret to Raising an Emotionally Agile Teenager

Emotional agility is an individual’s ability to experience their thoughts and emotions and events in a way that doesn’t drive them in negative ways but instead encourages them to reveal the best of themselves. This is an important skill every adolescent should be taught to develop because it will strengthen their resilience and ability to return to pre-crisis state.

5 TIPS FOR PARENTING TEENAGERS

"Try to see your child as a seed that came in a packet without a label. Your job is to provide the right environment and nutrients and to pull the weeds. You can’t decide what kind of flower you’ll get or in which season it will bloom." -- Anonymous As parents, we...

CAN AN ADOLECENT TRULY FALL IN LOVE?

 "The other day, I found my 14-year-old snooping around the house looking for a secluded place. I pretended as though I didn't notice and then when he thought no one was paying any attention to him, he settled down to make a call. As I listened, I realized that he...

WHAT TO DO IF YOUR ADOLESCENT KEEPS BAD FRIENDS

“Why don’t you like my friend’s dressing?” “So, what if Samson wears a durag? It doesn’t mean he’s a bad boy.” “Why don’t you trust me? Amanda isn’t a bad friend.” “Relax! It’s not like he’s a yahoo boy!” Bad friends are every parent’s nightmare. What should parents...
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