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Well Moment and what is next?

Wow… hello, if you’ve made it here it means you’ve become the lucky owner of a set of WELL MOMENT cards. Congratulations. So let us introduce you to the Well Moment card set even better.

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  • addressing important yet sometimes sensitive topics in a non-invasive and natural way
  • sharing experiences and thoughts related to well-being on a daily basis
  • inspiring positive change
  • getting to know each other better, building trust and integrating teams
  • diversifying meetings with a positive message


– 32 WELL MOMENT cards, which we included in 4 categories:

  • Good emotions and successes
  • Engagement
  • Relations and cooperation
  • Health

– instruction

– an ecological bag for storing the game



Working alone

You draw one card and give yourself time to reflect (you can set a timer), and for even better results you write down your reflections in a dedicated notebook or calendar. If necessary, you introduce new habits or other changes to your daily actions. You repeat regularly.

1:1 coaching work

You choose based on the session objectives or give the coachee one card to draw. You provide a moment for self-reflection and talk about the reflections and set up an action plan. You may additionally allow the coachee to take a picture of the card to support the focus on developmental work and achieving the best possible outcomes in independent work between sessions.


Working in a team

Option 1
The team draws or chooses one card. The selected card is a topic for discussion, sharing experiences for all participants in the game.

Option 2
Each team member draws one card and after a moment for self-reflection shares their thoughts and conclusions with the rest of the group.


When is it worth using WELL MOMENT cards?

The cards can have many uses:

  • If you are a trainer you can use the cards as an ice-breaker (a tool for participants to get to know each other or an energizer (a warm-up when you return to the room after a break such as lunch).
  • As a coach, HR professional or supervisor, you can use them in a 1:1 or group coaching session. They are also great for non-production or management teams. They can inspire you to work between sessions.
  • If you’re a supervisor, it’s worth using the cards at periodic meetings – they can be a tool for team members to get to know each other better, but also open up discussions about health, including mental health, cooperation or celebrating successes.
  • For HR professionals, happiness managers, wellbeing specialists, they can also serve as inspiration when creating engagement surveys or activities during wellbeing week or comprehensive wellbeing strategies.
  • If you’re a health and safety professional, it’s worth adding the topic of welfare to your periodic training, health days, or daily safety quarters.
  • The cards also give you the opportunity to work on your own development and personal well-being.

This list is certainly not closed, and opportunities to apply the cards will arise as the wellbeing approach develops with you, your team or the entire organization!