Well-being, Resilience, and Productivity Driven Solutions: Boost Your Employees’ Well-Being, build resilience, maximize performance, and make your organization a great place to work.
We measure and manage employees' health and well-being. Our approach is independent and is based on established, scientific methods that have been used extensively within the industry and in academia.
We partner with our clients towards client-focused outcomes to boost your workplace health and well-being, and increase your productivity, potential and organizational sustainability.
We provide leadership coaching and consulting services in workplace health and well-being. Our programs and services are responsive, effective and efficient and contributes to a high performing workforce and to the success of the organizational strategic goals.
Our Core Values
Partnership-focused working that unlocks workplace health, well-being, personal empowerment, growth and potential
Engagement through collaboration, communication and relationship building
Opportunities for innovation, creativity, individual and organizational and economic development
Performance and Potential that positively impacts employees, the organization, the bottom line and desired results as well as communities
Leading-Well to foster a psychologically healthy and productive workplace that is resilient to adapt in the face of stress, challenge, adversity and pressures of today’s workplace
Energetic and Educated individuals, teams, managers, leaders and executives
ORGANIZATIONAL HEALTH AND EMPLOYEE WELL-BEING
How your employees feel about stress; pressure at work and work-life balance are integral to your company for sustainable growth based on the principles of transformational engagement. Given the strong correlation between engagement, resilience and financial performance, ensuring that employees feel looked after both physically and mentally has never been more vital to an organization’s health.
47% of working Canadians consider work to be the most stressful part of daily life.
Only 23% of Canadian workers would feel comfortable talking to their employer about a psychological health issue.
Conservative estimates show that the burden of impaired health equates to 15% of payroll.
Free E-booklet on Health & Well-Being in the Workplace
I am pleased to advise that Dr. Nicole Cvenkel assisted our organization successfully fill four positions with professionals that are of appropriate fit for our organization. The positions filled were:
1. Registered Nurse Manager
2. Licensed Practical Nurse
3. Director of Social Services and Wellness
4. Band Administrative Manager
Dr. Cvenkel is a consulting professional that is diligent about collecting information about our organization and people to ensure that the right candidates are chosen in keeping with Chief and Council’s vision and expectations. Nicole provides helpful feedback and recommendation that was useful in decision making. Most importantly to us, Nicole always indicates the practical and professional applications her work has for our organization, onboarding and retention strategies. Dr. Cvenkel’s consultation is the main reason why our organization has been able to recruit these professionals. The recruitment of the Registered Nurse Manager, in particular, has been a tremendous asset and value to our organization and community members.
Dr. Cvenkel’s communication, professional, respectful and refined approach make her work much more valuable to clients and she always keep everyone updated on any changes and progress made. It is without hesitation, I hereby recommend Dr. Nicole Cvenkel (My Work & Well-Being Consulting) as your next Business, Human Resources, Health and Wellness consultant. I am confident that she will be an asset to your organization.
Chief Joe Alphonse
Tl’etinqox Government (Anaham Community)
My Work & Well-Being Consulting Inc., was contracted to manage Health and Safety Management initiatives at Timberspan Wood Products Inc., since September 2014. MWWBC team developed Human Resources Policies, Employee Handbook, and coordinated the development of an HR Employee Management System. MWWBC’s expertise and engagement at Timberspan have made a significant difference to daily operations and quality control. Nicole’s approach is professional, relational, and respectful. She gets the job done. Nicole will be an asset to any organization that is seeking to retain her services.
Timberspan Wood Products Inc.
The Redshirt Foundation contracted the services of My Work & Well-Being Consulting Inc., to conduct a workplace research project that focuses on better understanding the nature of workplace violence in Sawmills in British Columbia. The mission of The Redshirt Foundation is to STOP workplace violence.
The Redshirt Foundation
As a young professional, I worked with Dr. Nicole Cvenkel who coached and mentored me in preparation for an interview for the senior leadership position of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) with Kamloops First Nation Band (Tk’emlups te Secwepemc First Nation). Throughout the coaching and mentoring process, Dr. Cvenkel’s method and approach put me at ease and prepared me for the upcoming interview. Thanks to her expertise, I was able to land the position as CEO for Kamloops First Nation. As a young professional, I found her expertise extremely helpful in landing my current position. I will continue to use Dr. Nicole Cvenkel’s professional expertise and experience again and highly recommend her and My Work & Well-Being Consulting Inc.
Miguel Romero BA, MBA.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tk’emlúps First Nation
Nicole was responsible for working with Chief and Council to remove the HRM gaps that were outlined in Takla's Management Action Plan. Dr. Cvenkel developed a Strategic Human Resource Management Plan that was submitted to Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC). Nicole has demonstrated remarkable leadership and HRM skills. She is respectful, meticulous and engages well with Council, staff and other stakeholders. As the Deputy Chief of Takla Lake First Nation, it is without hesitation, I would recommend Dr. Nicole Cvenkel as a diligent, reliable and hardworking HRM professional who brings expertise to human resource management and capacity development. Nicole delivers solid results on time and within the allocated budget.
Deputy Chief, Takla Lake First Nation
As Binche Keyoh First Nation Band Manager I had the privilege of working with Dr. Nicole Cvenkel owner and operator for My Work and Wellbeing Consulting Inc. My experience of working with Dr. Nicole Cvenkel revolved around the creation of Binche’s Human Resources Policies and Procedures, and its Strategic Plan. I found Dr. Cvenkel to be professional, charming, and very knowledgeable within her field. She provided the community, and council with a solid foundation and plan for moving forward. As a young professional, I found her strategic thinking really help me open my eyes to the big picture. I would not hesitate to use Dr. Cvenkel’s professional expertise and experience again, and would highly recommend her organization, My Work & Well-Being Consulting Inc.
Miguel Romero BA, MBA.
Band Manager Binche Keyoh First Nation
Nicole prepared the funding proposal for AANDC's Professional and Institutional Development (P&ID) Program for 2015-2016. Given Chief and Council's vision to create a stable and sustainable organization and communities through capacity development, Dr. Cvenkel worked in partnership with College of New Caledonia to prepare a funding application to support Council's vision. An Education Agreement Partnership with Takla Lake First Nation and the College of New Calendonia was established to deliver Aboriginal Community-Based training for Residential Building Maintenance Worker Assistant.
Dr. Cvenkel spearheaded, coordinated, and jointly facilitated the first 'Building a Nation Gathering' community meetings that were held in Takla Landing Reserve as well as in Prince George. These meetings were collectively attended by more than 300 Takla members. This community engagement initiative gave Takla members an opportunity to provide Chief and Council with feedback on Takla's portfolios, programs and services. Nicole worked with the head facilitator to prepare a comprehensive community engagement report based on members feedback. This report will be used as a working framework for strategic planning by Chief and Council.
Deputy Chief, Takla Lake First Nation