Revitalize the Workday
Because sustaining high performance requires quality rejuvenation.
Work stress is inevitable…
The standard working life will have periods of crazy schedules, heavy workloads, and hectic home lives.
Pushing through a heavy grind gets the job done in the short-term, however a lack of adequate rejuvenation is detrimental to both the worker and the employer.
Eventually, putting in “a hard day’s work” only gets harder, performance degrades, increasing the likelihood that burn-out or breakdown will impact corporate culture and the bottom-line.
Without quality rejuvenation, high performance is unsustainable.
… the side effects don’t have to be.
With the right approach and skillset, rejuvenation can be infused into the working hours – within minutes or less.
To protect workplace psychological safety, mental health, and well-being in a way that builds sustainable and burn-out proof workdays.
By training and implementing a skillset that enables quality performance AND rejuvenation on-the-job.
When Work and Rejuvenation exist together…
- Heavy workloads become more manageable.
- High performance becomes sustainable.
- Investing in well-being becomes a clear win-win.
What is Workovery™?
The Workovery Method™ is a skill-based methodology that teaches hard working people how to revitalize their workdays despite heavy workloads and high stress.
The result is a resilient, sustainable, and high performing working life.
Who we help
- Who are struggling to keep up with heavy workloads and hectic home lives.
- Who don’t have the time or energy to fit in proper rest, recovery, and rejuvenation.
- Who want to get back to working at their best, with enough energy left for life after work.
Organizations who invest in their people.
- Teams who are experiencing an unwanted culture of burnout, stress leave, and turnover.
- Leaders who are invested retention, well-being, and the mental health.
- HR, OHS, and Wellness Advocates seeking actionable ways to improve psychological safety.
Who has benefited from lessons within Workovery™
Approach work with a mindset for performance and rejuvenation while developing skills in:
- Nervous System Regulation
- Motivation and Focus
- Healthy Habit Formation
- Physical Mobility
- Do-It-Yourself Ergonomics
- Energy Management
- Sleep Hygiene
- …and more.
Work Hard – With less of the side-effects.
About Workovery Method™ Founder, Tim Kessler
I am a Canadian Nomad and business owner currently located in Foothills, AB.
I help successful and overworked professionals to transform their relationship with the hustle and grind.
My clients continue to work hard with less of the side effects and a whole lot more of the things that light them up.
This means instead of waiting for time off or a vacation that you need a vacation from, you can tap into on-demand rejuvenation even when stress is high and time is tight.
My unique perspective comes from my passion for human performance combined with my lived experience in overcoming common side effects of working under various job demands in labour, shift-work, caregiving, and at the desk.
1. Mental health advocates/people leaders striving to bridge the gap between strategy and meaningful action among employees. I help by:
✓ Addressing team-specific work-related stress and health issues.
✓ Cultivating awareness of their team’s well-being skills and abilities.
✓ Fostering team spirit that supports individual aspirations and work-life fulfillment.
✓ Developing a skill development strategy to prevent burnout and sustain quality performance.
2. Successful professionals who work hard but seek better health, reduced stress, and stronger personal connections. These clients often come to me when they reach a breaking point such as a health scare, uncertainty about staying in their job, or recognize they are costing themselves too much to keep up this space. They benefit from:
✓ Reclaiming valuable time for important aspects of life.
✓ Overcoming habits that hinder personal growth and productivity.
✓ Cultivating an unwavering commitment to well-being.
✓ Reclaiming their identity beyond their busy professional life.
✓ Improving sleep quality for increased energy and motivation.
Ways to work with me:
📞Book a Free Consult – DM or email email@example.com
🤝Work with me 1-on-1.
🧑💻Take my self-guided e-course. (https://workovery.com/courses/foundations/)
🎤 Host me for a workshop. (https://workovery.com/workovery-workshops/)
📈Strategize a skill development program for your team.
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