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  • Writer's pictureGaye Daniels

Are you a boss or manager frustrated that your staff haven’t wanted to return to the office since COVID?

Have you noticed that so many people have lost the ability to communicate face to face?


I provide painting workshops that foster personal and professional development, team building and well-being.


Painting is known to be a therapeutic activity that helps reduce stress and anxiety. Providing employees with a creative outlet can contribute to a healthier work environment by helping them relax and unwind, ultimately leading to increased productivity and job satisfaction.


Collaborative painting exercises can promote teamwork and communication among colleagues. Participants must work together to create a cohesive piece of art, fostering a sense of unity and co-operation.


Taking breaks to engage in creative activities, such as painting, can boost productivity by providing employees with a mental reset. Short breaks focused on artistic expression can help prevent burnout and improve overall work performance.


Expressing oneself through art can improve communication skills. Employees may find new ways to convey ideas, emotions, and perspectives, which can be beneficial in the workplace, particularly in roles that require effective communication.

Accomplishing a creative task, like completing a painting, can boost self-confidence. This newfound confidence can extend beyond the artistic realm and positively impact an individual's approach to work-related challenges.


Engaging in a painting workshop requires focus and concentration. This can translate into improved attention to detail and concentration in the workplace, leading to better task performance.


Artistic activities can be inclusive and accessible to individuals with diverse backgrounds, skill sets, and abilities. Painting workshops provide a space where everyone can participate, fostering a sense of inclusivity and diversity within the workplace.


Painting requires individuals to be present in the moment, focusing on the task at hand. This practice of mindfulness can help employees become more aware of their surroundings, reduce distractions, and improve overall well-being.


Painting workshops encourage personal growth and self-discovery. Employees may discover hidden talents, interests, or aspects of themselves they were not aware of, leading to increased self-awareness and personal development.


By incorporating painting workshops into the workplace, employers can create a more positive collaborative, and innovative work environment.


Engaging in painting allows individuals to tap into their creative side. This can enhance problem-solving skills and encourage innovative thinking, which can be valuable while addressing various aspects of employee well-being and professional growth.

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