We offer wellbeing programmes that really help your people and your organisation be at their best more of the time. They are bespoke and fully customised programmes that are built around the unique requirements of your organisation.
TRANSFORM YOUR TEAM’S WELLBEING AND MAKE A LASTING IMPACT ON PERFORMANCE
With ill health, sickness or poor performance through ‘presenteeism’ costing UK companies £30 billion every year, it’s never been so important for leaders to develop the wellbeing of their team in order to boost performance and productivity.
Your programme can include:
Practical virtual or face-to-face workshops on arrange of wellbeing topics including stress management, building resilience and holistic approached to wellbeing.
Access to our PDF and online ‘Wheel of Wellbeing’ to help your people recognise any improvements they can make to their physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing at work and at hime.
A 5-day Lifestyle Assessment using heart-rate monitor technology and digital learning to give a comprehensive picture of your team’s wellbeing during work, life and sleep.
THE PROGRAMME WILL HELP YOUR PEOPLE
Build high levels of personal resilience
Manage negative self-talk to be at their best more of the time
Identify their stress triggers and how to manage them effectively
Focus on their own mental health and that of their colleagues
Identify strategies to help increase workplace performance and productivity
Consider how they can make positive changes to their lifestyle
OUR PROGRAMME AMBASSADOR – INVICTUS GAMES GOLD MEDALLIST
In 2011 Luke Wigman suffered serious injuries while serving as a Royal Air Force Regiment Paratrooper in Afghanistan. His inspirational journey to recovery and becoming an Invictus Games gold medalist at the 2014 Games in London has led him to join forces with andpartnership to promote our wellbeing programme.
Luke is now an excellent motivational speaker and is an great way of kicking-off the programme. He can also be booked to provide talks at company/team
events. Please contact us to find out more – firstname.lastname@example.org