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Kura Kura

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This is
Kura Kura

Who said wellness couldn't be fun?

 

As part of our pilot testers, you’ll gain early access to our features. We can’t wait to hear all your invaluable opinions and feedback, and co-develop Kura Kura’s mobile platform with you, for you.

 

“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”

 

Similarly, this platform would not come to fruition without you. While there may be small bumps along our journey, we believe that it will be worth it. We hope to bring you the only platform you will ever need to fortify your wellness.

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Our gamified unique framework is bound to help you increase your work productivity and engagement. Doesn’t that just sound fun and exciting?

 

What else are you waiting for? Head on over to our platform now.

Before you start...

Please take some time to fill up the Pre-Pilot Survey!

Thereafter, you will receive access links to download the app for either iOS or Android.

Stand a chance to win one-year Kura membership worth ($99) by following these simple steps.

Use the app! If you have issues/bugs to report do ping us via telegram here.

After a month, do the Post pilot survey which will be sent to you via email! You will be provided details of your membership thereafter.

How Kura Kura works

How it works

Fortify your wellness.

Why now?

82%

of employees would rather talk to a robot than their managers.

[Source: Workplace Intelligence]

While companies ramping up their mental wellness initiatives is a positive sign, this has to be coupled with bosses who lead by example in creating a more open company culture.

75%

of employees want better support emotionally and for their wellbeing

[Source: Oracle]

Looking after your team's mental well-being is important for a productive workforce and a healthy workplace. Protecting workers well-being has become more important in our VUCA world, and can lead to increased productivity and reduced absenteeism.

61%

of work-from-home employees were stressed out while working during the COVID-19 pandemic.

51%

[Source: TODAY]

This could lead to burnout, a syndrome conceptualised as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.

What is the process?

Kura Kura is powered by positive psychology to guide you to live your best life.

What is it?

Positive psychology is the scientific study of what makes life most worth living. 

Positive psychology focuses on the positive events and influences in life, such as positive experiences (like happiness, joy, inspiration, and love), positive states and traits (like gratitude, resilience, and compassion), positive institutions (applying positive principles within entire organizations and institutions).

Why?

Positive emotions boost job performance and are contagious in the workplace. Small, simple actions can have a big impact on our happiness, meaning that it doesn’t take much to encourage your workplace to become a happier and more positive place. 

 

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Key tenants of
Kura Kura

Gratitude

Gratitude is a positive emotional state in which one recognises and appreciates what one has received in life.
It has been shown to lower stress levels, strengthen immune systems.

Social Connection

Research shows that happy people spend more time with others and have a richer set of social connections than unhappy people.

Fortified with PERMA

A psychological model that looks at 5 aspects of wellness. These are Positive Emotions, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning and Accomplishments.

Music Therapy

Listen to your memories.

More than 70% of people use music as a means of coping with stress.

Music has been shown to make people happier, less anxious, more relaxed and less overwhelmed [Source: Kemper and Danhauer, 2005]

Music effectively helps people to tap into how they are feeling and then shift those emotions toward an improved outcome [Source: Batt-Rawden, 2006 and DeNora, 1999, 2000]

Music Reflection

REFLECTION

"Follow effective action with quiet reflection. From the quiet reflection, will come even more effective action" - Peter Drucker

Spending 15 minutes at the end of each day reflecting can help employees to perform 23% better after just 10 days
Di Stefano, Gino, Pisano, and Staats, 2014

Reflecting on your emotions can play a significant role in emotional regulation, which contributes positively to the development of the self and mental well-being in everyday life Semenza, 2018

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