REHUMANIZING THE WORKPLACE, ONE ORGANIZATION AT A TIME

We are an expert consulting and professional development firm that honors the messiness and complexity of what it means to be human in order to help organizations and their people thrive. 

Our purpose is to re-humanize the workplace so people can bring their best selves to work - and home - each day.

CORE VALUES

Embrace your humanity.

Honor the complexity and messiness of being human. Strive for excellence, not perfection; give yourself and others grace.

We are stronger together.

This is not a solo journey. There is power and energy in building community. Operate with an abundance mindset to build and grow relationships and support others’ success.

Choose courage over comfort.

Be deliberate and intentional in your actions. Embrace the discomfort of challenging the status quo; growth never happens in our comfort zone.

Sound science is your friend.

Every solution and recommendation must be rooted in sound science appropriate for human beings.

Pave a path for others to thrive.

Help others see what’s possible. If you’re going to suggest stopping something or moving away from an approach, always provide a more effective, more human alternative.

Salveo is the Latin word meaning “to be well.” We believe organizational and employee wellbeing are inextricably interconnected, and that employee wellbeing comes from people feeling freed, fueled, and inspired to be their best selves.

 

Through online training, workshops, consulting, coaching, publications, and evaluation tools, we guide organizations to create thriving workplace cultures, enhance organizational performance, and cultivate employee wellbeing.

Our unique, integrated approach is grounded in our 5 Rehumanizing Principles, the key to creating more human workplaces and building stronger communities.
 

     

  • It’s Integrated. People and organizations are complex and messy, so we don’t promote change in silos. We believe the wellbeing of organizations and their employees are deeply interconnected.
  • It’s Scientific. Our approach is based on the latest research and scientific discoveries about health, human psychology, and organizational effectiveness. (Not just the latest trends)
  • It’s Humanistic. Organizations are made up of people, not machines. We acknowledge the complexities of being human as the foundation on which a thriving culture must be built. Our 5 Key Rehumanizing Principles
  • It's Actionable. We developed the 7 Points of Transformation, a step-by-step blueprint for how to build a thriving workplace culture.

THE FOUNDERS

Photo of Dr. Rosie Ward
Rosie Ward, PhD, MPH, MCHES, BCC, CIC*

Rosie Ward is an accomplished speaker, writer, coach and consultant. A fierce advocate for humanity, she consults with organizations of all sizes and industries to create workplaces where everyone can thrive. She also coaches and develops people so they can break past barriers and lead and live courageously. Her expertise lies in organizational effectiveness, leadership development, and employee wellbeing.

Jon Robison, PhD, MS, MA, CIC*

Jon Robison is a gifted speaker, teacher, author and consultant. He advocates shifting health promotion away from its traditional , biomedical, control-oriented focus; with a particular interest in why people do what they do and don't do what they don't do. He is the author of two books and numerous scientific articles and book chapters.

NONPROFIT DISCOUNT

Individuals employed by nonprofit organizations and businesses whose work supports historically underserved populations or groups experiencing disproportionate hardship may be eligible for a discount on the following training programs: The Thriving Workplace Certificate™, Developing a Leadership Mindset Facilitator, Dare to Lead™ and Health for Every Body® Facilitator. Please complete the application to be considered.

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