Pioneering New Ways to Increase Wellbeing

We are a diverse team, brought together from across the globe by a common goal to give everyone a voice that is heard.

Check-in and plan your way to better wellbeing

At Skodel, we believe wellbeing should be everyone's business. To get better at a particular sport or musical instrument we need to practice. The same applies to our wellbeing, yet it's not always easy to do this. There's no obvious starting point or ways to tell that we are improving. Our focus at Skodel is on developing engaging tools that empower you to pursue better wellbeing. And our approach is centred on helping you get to know who you are and making a plan towards who you could be.
Skodel's check-in helps you build an understanding of yourself by supporting you to accurately identify how you are feeling and what's behind it. Feelings are knowledge but it's not always easy to identify them, know what they are telling us or what we should do with them. Behind anger may lie fear, rejection, vulnerability and others. Realising what's underneath helps us manage things in the moment and build a true understanding of ourselves. Accompanying the check-in is our planning tool, which helps each person map their way to better wellbeing. In order to improve, we must take aim. Skodel supports you to set goals, track progress and stay motivated.

Meet The Team

Peter O’Connell


Martin Goodrich


Gillian Birch

Client Relations (NZ)

Andrew Fuller


Julian Fagan

Co-Founder & CEO

Stefano Tabacco

Senior Backend Engineer

Tina Schmid

Client Relations (NZ)

Ian Fagan

Co-Founder & CEO

Mary Pozzobon

Customer Success

Huw Jones

Client Relations (UK)

Values We Live by

Whilst we will always strive to evolve as an organisation and individuals, our core values will remain the same.


Hans Hofmann famously said “The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak.” To impact, we must make simple work at all levels.


No meetings take place ‘behind closed doors’. We have an open, honest and readily available approach to sharing information. And we cannot expect to build and maintain trust without it.


Each person, organisation and community is unique. It is one of the core reasons we steered clear of traditionally prescriptive and rigid frameworks. There truly is no ‘one size fits all’.


We must acknowledge practical realities. Often, things will be good in theory and fail to work in practice because we lack the necessary understanding of users’ realities.

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