the essence of Organisations

We live in times of global change. The concept of ‘workplace’ is being re-envisioned and re-defined. To create the solutions we need for the challenges we face, we can not just rely on the intellect of the brain, we also need to apply heart intelligence.

There is now considerable scientific research in the field of heart-brain communication. The science, the tools and technology that can enhance physiological function are now readily available. Every one of us has the capacity to self-regulate and improve our own wellbeing, moment by moment.

What this means for organisations is less staff illness and improved relationships and performance. This applies whether you are part of an organisation that has continued to thrive, or one that is in the process of re-establishing or reinventing. As you explore new opportunities and ways forward I invite you to contact the essence to discuss the ways that both heart and brain intelligence can help create the most effective solutions, promote harmonious relationships and enhance efficiencies, productivity and wellness.

Other benefits include:

  • Enhanced focus, clarity and resilience
  • Increased regenerative sleep
  • Heightened creativity and innovation
  • Improved relational awareness in professional interactions
  • Increased ability to handle challenging clients and situations

Each workplace has its own requisites but, irrespective of our role or responsibilities, we all have the capacity to optimise performance and fulfill our human potential. the essence can enable this and help ensure wellbeing in the process.


“[I appreciated] strategies I can use everyday to ensure I am in charge of my wellbeing at all times [and] strategies that will help build relationships that are more effective and considerate of others.”

“Informative and reinforcing of emotional states and their impacts on work and personal life.”
Tina Kahui, Hamilton.

“A great day of learning that was practical and able to be implemented immediately in both personal and professional settings.”

“I really enjoyed this and found Phillippa very calm, reassuring and patient – was a safe environment to be able to practise new techniques.”
Tara, Christchurch