CaptainVR for businesses, organizations & enterprises

Datum: 28 augustus 2020 Geschreven door: In:

Dr. Dianne Commissaris; an ICF accredited Professional Coach, trainer ‘job crafting’ and teacher ‘healthy office work’. Dianne holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Therapy (1989), a PhD in Human Movement Sciences (1997) and a Certified Professional Coach certificate (2012). She’s the proud owner of BTR Coaching & Consultancy. As a Professional Coach she loves to work with fast and creative minds, wonderful men and women who work in science, high tech, R&D and IT. Men and women who temporarily need a warm-hearted but critical companion to learn from in times of high stress or career doubts.

Dianne has been following her own PEANUTS© rule for close to 15 years now. Still learning what really matters in her life. Which is: a loving husband and a wonderful dog; the blessing of two large families; work that brings out the best in her, both in mind and heart; sufficient time to keep up her fitness, enjoy long walks and work in the garden; the company of dear friends and kind co-entrepreneurs. She’s looking forward to pass on her PEANUTS© rules to enrich your lives!

“Stress management according to the PEANUTS© rule” When faced with long term stress stimuli, people tend to show activities that can be roughly assigned to two categories: inward versus outward. Inward activities include healthy ones like yoga and mindfulness, but also unhealthy ones such as drug use and excessive drinking. Outward activities are aimed at removing or reducing the sources of the stress stimuli and at strengthening our capacity to deal with them. Please reflect for a moment: which activities have you done in response to your stress reactions associated with the Covid-19 pandemic?

The topic of today is stress management with a focus on healthy outward directed activities. Activities that each one of you can undertake or learn. Activities that include both work and private life. To help you grasp what to do, you’ll learn the PEANUTS© rule today. Following this rule, though, won’t be peanuts. It will require dedication, making choices and learning by trial and error what will work for you.

This program is brought to you by CaptainVR

During this event you get the chance to learn from an expert in the field of Business coaching & counseling.

Audience: HR managers, HR advisors, Business owners, Directors of Call center agencies & Managers, Business trainers, coaches and psychologists, Health insurance companies, organizations and Enterprises.

CaptainVR for businesses, organizations & enterprises.

Mission: To build a network of businesses, organizations, and enterprises around the world who are interested in VR coaching & personal development & provide them an interactive space where they can connect, communicate and share knowledge. To help organizations to create a pleasant working atmosphere in a time-efficient and cost-effective way with healthy, happy, and productive employees.

create CaptainVR for Business community on Discord, Altspace
invite guest speakers who are working in this field as a professional.
give demonstrations on how to use XR for Business for coaching, training & therapy purposes.
give news on, (scientific) research, positive effects & results.
develop VR coaching and digital experiences for coaching and personal development.
provide workshops & training on leadership, stress management, health, vitality and wellbeing
This program is brought to you by CaptainVR

CaptainVR is helping organizations with proven stress reduction & stress management methods in a time-efficient and cost-effective way, to create healthy, happy, and more productive employees. Captain VR is also helping organizations save money on long term sick leave.

Would you like to join this event but you don’t know how or would you like to be one of the guest speakers? Please send me a message or email to

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"To begin with, Virtual Reality is a part of computer science and it represents a new approach to computer science. Instead of treating the computer as a box that's out there that is supposed to accomplish something, you put a human being in the center and say, "Let's look at the human being closely. Let's see how people perceive the world or how they act. Let's design a computer to fit very closely around them, like a glove, you might say. Let's match up the technology to exactly what people are good at.""
Jaron Lanier, 1992