4 reasons why most wellbeing programs fail

The alarming increase of burn-out cases and the general rise of awareness of corporate wellbeing has led a lot of organisations to implement a wellbeing program. Yet, as these programs are relatively new, a lot of them still lack in maturity and in corporate knowledge. A lot of wellbeing programs are based on individual coaching programs, without…

Family Fun Day

Family Fun Days: for many large companies it’s a challenge to find a concept that really unites everyone. “Let’s go to an amusement park”, is often what happens. Easy to do: you buy tickets and hand them out to your employees. You ask the park for a separate zone with catering and some branding with…

Hercules Projects to launch own website

It has been going on for a while, but we have kept it under the radar: Herculean also develops and organises bespoke active events via Hercules Projects. We combine our knowledge from Hercules Trophy and Hercules Academy to come to a unique concept. With only a few weeks to go before the new year, we thought…

How Campbell’s Soup’s former CEO turned the company around

WHEN DOUGLAS CONANT CAME ON THE SCENE, CAMPBELL’S MARKET VALUE AND EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT WERE A MESS. HERE’S HOW HE GOT THINGS BACK ON TRACK. BY RODGER DEAN DUNCAN When Douglas Conant took over as the president and CEO of Campbell’s Soup in 2001, the company’s stock was falling steeply. Of all the major food companies…