When Talent Courtyard founder Andrea Meszaros found herself struggling to meet the stressful demands of corporate life, she began to see firsthand how mental stress affected productivity and led to increased illness in the workplace. There is still a stigma surrounding mental health – professionals often feel the need to handle an increasing amount of stress in order to remain competitive in the fast-paced London corporate environment.
Companies across the UK have recognised the toll that the pandemic has taken on professionals. The lines between home life and work life have become increasingly blurred, people have struggled to establish their identity within the remote team environment but with Talent Courtyard, that is all set to change.
We seek to provide engaging, experiential learning that allows for creative team-building, while also normalising conversations surrounding mental health. The time is now to focus on improved mental health and wellbeing with a bespoke corporate wellness programme that will facilitate team development and help your employees establish the work-life balance they deserve.
At Talent Courtyard, we recognise and understand that there is never a one-size-fits-all approach to corporate wellness training. There are many different creative types in the professional workplace environment, and we develop our bespoke corporate programmes to speak to each of these personalities with unique content. For example, there may be an IT professional on your team who loves meditation – we can incorporate that. The stress of your employees will begin to lift as they begin to put the tools they’ve learned into daily practice.
We don’t just focus on the mundane, we bring your team to life, connecting their passions with their purpose. We design our programmes and team-building workshops to be immersive experiences in natural business settings, incorporating thought leadership, collaborative opportunities, art, music, and much more, to focus on a holistic approach to corporate development.
We are individuals with diverse backgrounds, from various countries, of all ages: a selection of entrepreneurs, creatives, artists, freelancers.
We all share the curiosity for the new, while we find mental- and physical health particularly important in our work-life. We are a global and inclusive network of professionals.
- Andrea MeszarosFounder & Coach
Andrea is founder of Talent Courtyard, holistic coach, visiting lecturer and professional trainer with 6+ years experience, specialising in positive psychology and NLP and passionate about culture and diversity. She is curious about various perspectives, logic and emotions. Her workshops are friendly, interactive, collaborative and educative.
- Tobias SvenssonMusic Workshop Facilitator
Tobias is a composer, musician and sound engineer. Next to experimenting with electronic and acoustic tunes, through his workshops he also aims to make music more accessible to anyone who enjoys the process of listening and playing.
- Klara Gaspar Art Therapeutic Counsellor
Klari, who has a BA degree in graphic design, studied CBT (cognitive and behavioural therapy) and is just finishing her last year at Tobias School of Art & Therapy to become a transpersonal arts counsellor. She likes to combine her interest in meditation and eastern philosophies with the humanistic, transpersonal and somatic approach in art therapy.
- Giulia Dell’AnnaYoga Teacher & Arts Facilitator
Giulia is guided by her introspective curiosity, thus she decided to study Italian Modern Literature as her first degree. Her mindful approach to life led her to become a certified kundalini yoga teacher and to start her training to become an art therapist. She runs yoga courses for stress management and creative workshops to support self-discovery.
- Jess LongArtist and Arts Facilitator
Jess is an Artist and Arts Facilitator who runs arts workshops for local communities and teams in office working environments. She is also currently undertaking a Masters in Psychotherapy with a focus on using the creative arts in therapy and works as Legal Counsel for an International Girls Rights NGO.
- Margarita MadridChief-Happifier
Margarita has a Master in Psychology and loves working with individuals, organisations and the community to help them to become happier, more resilient and thrive. Her workshops help to build healthier habits allowing to be more productive and creative. With a multi-cultural upbringing, she worked in large and small companies in different countries and industries, which together with her curiosity drives her to seek new challenges and to learn new things.
- Peter RonaiWeb Designer
Peter is a software and web developer who is both Talent Courtyard’s magician in terms of everything web-related and also facilitates workshops within the digital field.