The Whole-being framework was developed as a starting point to measure and encourage wholeness. Feeling and being whole is defined as the extent to which a person is satisfied both with their personal and professional lives whilst making a positive contribution to society. Our wellbeing is too complex and important to leave it to one entity or department in particular, it must be approached systemically and seen multidimensionally capturing all aspects of life, rather than focusing purely on one or two aspects. This research work was oriented to the perspective of experiences, specifically addressing the role Design has in helping organisations understand what really drives their employees and to illustrate the Whole-being ecosystem and how it influences people’s motivation and performance at work. A whole-system approach is necessary so that people can thrive without burn-out. Policies must align to create the right conditions for “whole-beings” to thrive but self-awareness is also essential for the system to work. The output was the design of a holistic training programme which focuses on optimizing the participant’s energy levels as well as on developing certain attributes to feel and be whole.