Finding the Balance with Gradual Interventions

Life happens even when we are hunched over at our desks. Work and life are not separate entities. Instead of trying to strike a balancing act, the need of the hour is to harmonise work and life so that wellbeing takes precedence organically.

With this goal in sight, Human Edge created a program focusing on gradual lifestyle changes for our enterprise partner Ogilvy. Our goal was to help them unlock the potential of their biology to achieve excellence at work and in life.

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With the first phase in 2021, the journey began with Ogilvy APAC–targeting 14 markets. Designed for a cohort of 5000—during the nine-month program, Human Edge worked closely with the participants on work-life harmony and mindfulness to make them more agile and energetic at home, work, and play.

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The Human Edge Solution

The program consisted of five challenges centered on Energy, Sleep, Work-Life Harmony, Agility, and Augmenting Connections. Each challenge spanned 21 days during which the participants underwent a pre-assessment, attended virtual sessions, and were also provided with content assets that could determine the pathway to their behaviour change.
  1. The first step was to launch the challenge with the help of graphic and video content assets, to acquaint the participants with the next steps.
  2. A pre-assessment was carried out that could serve as the foundational diagnosis for the problems the participants faced. Each participant was provided with individualised diagnosis for personal intervention. Based on the assessment, virtual sessions were conducted for knowledge sharing and awareness of how each of these problems can be solved.
  3. Next, Human Edge provided them with content tools that could serve as a pathway for behavioural change over the 21 days. The participants were encouraged to use these assets for 21 days and observe the changes in their health and wellbeing. These assets were exclusive to each participant and focused on their unique individual needs.
  4. Lastly, a post-program assessment of the behavioural changes that occurred over the 21 days of each challenge was done. This was followed by an impact report that tracked and measured the progress of participants.

Insights and Feedback

More than 75% of participants agreed that the learnings from this program have empowered them to be their best version at work and home through careful prioritization and mindfulness. The participants reported an average positive impact of 5 to 6% in their quality of sleep, food choices, personal growth, energy levels as well as agility in daily activities. 

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