How vyving works

Belonging

Engagement

Well-Being

Why does it matter?

Employers who created a sense of belonging for their employees had:

 

A 56% increase in job performance. 

Source: BetterUp

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A 50% reduction in turnover risk, as 43% of employees leave due to lack of recognition and belonging.

Source: Forbes

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An increase in business profits.

Employers are 2x more likely to exceed financial targets due to a work culture that cultivates belonging.

Source: Deloitte

Why does it matter?

Companies with highly engaged employees showed:

A 41% reduction in absenteeism. 

Source: Gallup

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A 20% increase in sales and a 10% increase in customer ratings.

Source: Gallup

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A savings in costs due to increased employee retention.

$1 trillion a year is lost due to voluntary turnover. The cost of replacing an employee can cost “one-half to two times” the employee’s annual salary.

Source: Gallup

Why does it matter?

Companies who invested in well-being initiatives for their employees saw:

 

A 62% increase in productivity. 

Source: United Healthcare

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A 56% decrease in sick days.

Source: United Healthcare

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A 50% reduction in employee stress levels.

Stress in the workplace costs employers globally anywhere from $150 to $300 billion annually.

Source: Forbes

Why does it matter?

Employers who created a sense of belonging for their employees had:

 

A 56% increase in job performance. 

Source: BetterUp

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A 50% reduction in turnover risk, as 43% of employees leave due to lack of recognition and belonging.

Source: Forbes

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An increase in business profits.

Employers are 2x more likely to exceed financial targets due to a work culture that cultivates belonging.

Source: Deloitte

Why does it matter?

Companies with highly engaged employees showed:

A 41% reduction in absenteeism. 

Source: Gallup

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A 20% increase in sales and a 10% increase in customer ratings.

Source: Gallup

━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━

A savings in costs due to increased employee retention.

$1 trillion a year is lost due to voluntary turnover. The cost of replacing an employee can cost “one-half to two times” the employee’s annual salary.

Source: Gallup

Why does it matter?

Companies who invested in well-being initiatives for their employees saw:

 

A 62% increase in productivity. 

Source: United Healthcare

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A 56% decrease in sick days.

Source: United Healthcare

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A 50% reduction in employee stress levels.

Stress in the workplace costs employers globally anywhere from $150 to $300 billion annually.

Source: Forbes

The VYVE EXPERIENCE

We lead fun and transformational experiences where you will learn how to:

Meet Jacques, VYVE’s Chief Celebration Scientist &
Head of Program Development.

Source joy, freedom, and adventure from the relationships and interactions you have in your life.

✅ Handle social pressure with ease – so that social pressure does not make you to feel stifled, constrained, or limited in your self-expression. 

✅ Positively transform your own mood and the mood of others around you. 

✅ Create memorable social experiences for your friends, family, and new people you meet. 

VYVE’s Methodology is  backed by the science of human happiness

The PERMA™ Theory of Well-Being was developed by respected positive psychologist, Martin Seligman.

Today, the PERMA™ framework is the most well-known and respected theory for explaining well-being.

We designed the VYVE experience to incorporate techniques that increase each element of the framework.

Our Clients

Psychological Safety.

Team members create a psychologically-safe and inclusive container together during each experience. This enables them to access vulnerability, silliness, and laughter, and encourages the formation of strong social bonds.

These bonds transfer to their day-to-day work and empowers them to feel safe asking for help, speak up, and collaborate effectively. 

According to Google’s research, psychological safety is the single highest predictor of team effectiveness. Teams with this element are less likely to leave Google, bring in more revenue, and they are more productive.

Positive Psychology Element: Relationships

Intentional Collaboration.

Team members work together in a positive, playful, and affirmative manner, sharing the intention to create belonging and unity. The peer-to peer and group interactions lead to camaraderie and cultivate friendships.

According to Gallup, employees who have best friends at work are seven times as likely to be engaged in their jobs.

Positive Psychology Element: Positive Emotions

Shared Meaning.

Team members cultivate a shared sense of meaning by explicitly celebrating the mission and core values of their company and by participating in activities which establish social bonds.

Team members in organizations with a shared sense of meaning have lower turnover and a higher likelihood of getting a raise.

Positive Psychology Element: Meaning

Physical Activity.

Team members move and groove (and sweat) together. But this is different from the gym, because people forget they are exercising. The physical exercise triggers the release of endorphins to the brain, often called the ‘Runners High’ and promotes both physical and mental health. 

This means reduced stress for employees as well as reduced healthcare costs for your workplace. 

Positive Psychology Element: Positive Emotions

Creative Expression.

In each experience, employees exercise courage and creativity in the form of play and movement and their participation is rewarded by their peers. In this state of play, employees are deeply immersed in the present moment.

The presence of play at work has been shown to increase productivity and reduce absenteeism.

Positive Psychology Element: Engagement, Accomplishment

Personal Growth.

Team members learn and practice tools for managing their stress, mood, and relationships. For every exercise in the experience, the facilitator explains the science and shows how each tool applies to their day-to-day work experience.

When team members have the necessary skills, a healthy workplace culture can be constructed from the bottom-up.

Positive Psychology Element: Positive Emotions, Relationships

Recognition of contribution.

Team members recognize and share gratitude for one another’s contributions.

This form of peer-to-peer recognition at work has been shown to foster trust, and high-trust workplaces have higher productivity and lower burnout. 

Positive Psychology Element: Relationships

we educate

  • Before and regularly during every in-person experience, participants are informed about the social distancing guidelines and are instructed to maintain at-least 2 meters of distance. Participants who do not follow the guidelines will be asked to leave the experience.

  • A Social-distancing sign is visible at all times which indicates to participants and strangers to keep 2 meters apart.

We Social Distance

  • All in-person experiences are held in outdoor spaces such as parks or beaches, with ample free air-flow.
  • All in-person experiences have a 30-person limit. If the headcount increases past that point, VYVE shuts down the music and restores the number to below 30. If not possible, Vyvers move to another location.

We provide Health & Safety

  • Every experience has a safety Marshall in attendance. The role of the safety marshal is to provide safety equipment (Hand-sanitizers, masks), and enforce social distancing guidelines. They may utilize a whistle, the social distancing sign, the safety cones and/or shut down the music to enforce VYVE’s Covid-19 protocol.

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