Company InformationKumanu was founded on January 2014. The company is based in Ann Arbor, MI, USA . The number of employees in Kumanu is less than 50. We help people and organizations build authentic connections to deeper purpose through advanced science and technology.
Here is how Kumanu describes itself: "Learn how Kumanu is fusing the latest behavior change science and AI/ML technology to build a more purposeful world."
Funding & investorsKumanu has received 1 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $4.5M.
- CVC Jool Investors
- Wakestream Ventures (Micro vc)
- Michigan Angel Fund (Angel group)
- Tappan Hill Ventures (Venture capital)
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Kumanu - Blog
- Register — Mindset: The Power and Impact Our Beliefs Have on Our Lives
- Research Minute – Retain talent with Purpose
- Watch — Employee needs have changed. Has your wellbeing strategy?
- Kumanu Supports Mental Health Month
- Listen — Taming Your Inner Voice: Transforming the Critic Into Your Strongest Guide
- Watch — HERO Learning Series Webinar: Time for a purpose-driven fresh start?
Few of us have been spared adversity this past year– we’ve collectively endured a pandemic and reckoned with upheavals of norms and comforts we once enjoyed. Whether we faced these challenges head-on or avoided them depends on our mindsets. Mindset is what we feel and believe about our talents and capabilities and has a profound effect on how we lead our lives. In this PurposeCast, Heidi Grant, Ph.D., a former student of Carol Dweck, will help us understand how to shift our mindset towards growthThe post Register — Mindset: The Power and Impact Our Beliefs Have on Our Lives appeared first on Kumanu.
How can you close those gaps and make your organization a place people want to stay? Start by re-centering your approach around the new wellbeing drivers: meaning, purpose, connection, authenticity, inclusion, and growth. Employees who report their employer supports their personal purpose are 3.5 times as likely to have a strong sense of dignity at work — and as a result, they are 2.3 times more likely to stick around / not leave for greener pastures.The post Research Minute – Retain talent with Purpose appeared first on Kumanu.
The cracks were there; events of the past year widened them. Today, 2 in 3 employees struggle with anxiety, 1 in 3 face food insecurity, 4 in 10 lack purpose at work, 1 in 4 plan to leave. And 2 in 3 leaders report programs today fall short. Wellbeing is changing. For good. Join us to learn how to offer more of what employees expect today: authenticity, equity, and programs centered on social and emotional wellbeing. See new research and real-world results from diverse settings.The post Watch — Employee needs have changed. Has your wellbeing strategy? appeared first on Kumanu.
Announcing updates to our emotional and social wellbeing platform, Purposeful, and the date for or upcoming PurposeCast “Taming Your Inner Voice: Transforming the Critic Into Your Strongest Guide.” The event is open to the public and designed especially to support Mental Health Month with evidence-based ways people can harness their inner voice for good. The post Kumanu Supports Mental Health Month appeared first on Kumanu.
Do you talk to yourself? The voice in our heads can add richness to our lives, create meaning out of our experiences, and help us to solve problems. Few could imagine a life without it. Yet this voice can turn from companion to critic when it bombards us with incessant negative self-talk or "chatter". Giving in to chatter can be debilitating for our moods, health, work, and relationships. But what if there was a way to control it?The post Listen — Taming Your Inner Voice: Transforming the Critic Into Your Strongest Guide appeared first on Kumanu.
Dr. Strecher will present a model and supporting evidence for a purpose- and social determinants-driven approach to emotional self-regulation, resilience, and mental health. Vic will be joined by Kate Sommerfeld, President for Social Determinants of Health, from ProMedica, who will describe how their organization is supporting both their community and their employees in coping with the pandemic.The post Watch — HERO Learning Series Webinar: Time for a purpose-driven fresh start? appeared first on Kumanu.