Strengthening Organisational Wellbeing & Resilience
Lengthening Individuals’ Healthspans
We support organisations and individuals to enduringly improve their wellbeing, resilience, energy levels and performance by sharing and developing knowledge, understanding, commitment, self-confidence & wellbeing self-reliance within a collaborative, supportive and strategically-focused environment.
Partnering with clients as guide, coach and trusted advisor our purpose is to support organisations and individuals to improve their wellbeing, resilience and potential for future achievement in today’s frenetic world and workplace. Our tailored interventions respond to the circumstances of our clients’ environments and their goals.
There is strong interest in common between any organisation, its staff and / or members for each party to be as healthy and resilient as possible. For individuals, wellbeing and resilience strengthening often require personalised attention and guidance to achieve the inherent personal changes involved. For organisations purpose, strategic goals, values and culture, people management capability, structure, operating policies, financial and investment benchmarks are all leading influences on the healthiness and resilience of an organisation’s environment, its own resilience and its employees’ on-going wellbeing.
Deeply experienced in supporting organisations and individuals to make lasting changes, we partner with clients to define, guide and support permanent improvements to organisational and individual wellbeing and resilience. To the mutual benefit of all involved.
Wellbeing & Resilience Strengthening
Organisations, Teams, Leaders and Employees face unprecedented demands from the pace and uncertain nature of change. Success in today’s world requires strong capability, adaptability, resilience and wellbeing for both the organisation and its people.
Few among us fully appreciate how to influence and maintain strong wellbeing throughout our lives. With empathetic support and guidance everybody, whatever age, and nature of personal interests, can make permanent improvements to their health, energy levels and resilience. Whilst gaining the confidence to influence their on-going wellbeing. Our purpose is to guide and support you in achieving all that.
Improving Physical, Mental and Emotional Wellbeing
Increasing and cumulative change and uncertainty place growing demands and stressors on all employees, at work and into their private lives.
Modern lifestyles see many of us on a trajectory towards chronic illness and disease. Symptoms and effects might not show until “middle-age” but underlying causes accrue each day. That pathway that can be readily avoided. With confidence.
Some Indicators of the level of current, many avoidable, health issues in our midst:
- 1:4 people dealing with mental health issues;
- Musculo-skeletal issues = 17.5 % of lost days each year / 1 in 4 have chronic pain;
- 1 in 2 face some level of burn out;
- 1 in 2 face a life-time cancer risk;
- Excess weight and associated disease affects around 2 in 3 people.
Cost Reduction, Organisational Effectiveness, ROI
On average an employee loses the equivalent of 38 working days per year (source: Vitality annual study) due to ill-health related absence and presenteeism. Not to anybody’s advantage. An organisational environment will contribute to both the cause and evolution of these costs of ill-health.
Return on investment (ROI) for corporate wellbeing improvements vary widely, studies suggesting between 150% to 1000%. The World Health Organisation indicates an average of 300-400%.
Even the lower figures suggest it is important information to explore and understand for any organisation when defining its investment and people management priorities.
Improving Employer Brand & Workforce Effectiveness
Organisational and employee resilience and wellbeing strengthening will support stronger employee committment and motivation, higher retention of people and their key capabilities, lower recruitment associated costs, productivity improvements, a strengthened employer brand and future-proofing of the workforce.
These considerations were significant before the recent pandemic. Consequent changes in employees’ and societal attitudes to work and wellbeing have heightened their importance, and competitive relevance.