Workplace Wellbeing Case Studies
Client Case Studies
Workplace wellbeing is different for every organisation, but here are a few examples of clients I have worked with in various capacities.
Working with the Dell EMC Customer Service team to develop and deliver a number of half day workshops at various locations around the UK. These ‘Core 5’ workshops gave practical and relatable ideas on nutrition, activity, mindset, recovery and connection. Following on from the interactive presentations was a 12 week followup ‘implementation program’ that helped individuals put more of the ideas into practice.
Customer Service Conference wellbeing presentation
As a part of their customer service conference in February 2017, British Land introduced a 2 hour workshop on wellbeing. Based on the Core 5 Elements of Wellbeing (nutrition, activity, mindset, recovery and connection), the emphasis was on practical strategies people could take away and run with immediately, as well as taking them back to share with their teams.
Working with St. Hugh’s College we put together a multi-element program during the summer term to help support students with their physical and mental wellbeing. The program included live presentations, online webinars with guest experts and an online Facebook community to share ideas and support.
Mental Health Awareness Week
During the Mental Health Awareness Week 2017 I delivered a 60 minute talk on the connection between physical and mental wellbeing. The talk was a part of a number of initiatives the company was introducing to support mental health.
AGM Opening and Values Workshop
I worked with the Aylebury Vale CCG on a number of occasions, opening their annual general meetings with a short talk and ‘energiser’ practical session. I was also invited to a nurse conference in Wokingham CCG to deliver a 90 minute workshop on core values.
Wellbeing talks and motivation
ZDW are a London-based creative agency and I was asked to develop a program to help their 50+ team with their wellbeing. Following a workshop based on the Core 5 Elements (nutrition, activity, mindset, recovery and connection), a number of other initiatives were implemented. For example: freely available fruit, water bottles for all staff, and encouragement to get outside during breaks.
In 2015 I delivered my first workplace wellbeing workshop for Travis Perkins head office in Northampton. The focus was on nutrition, working together with British Military Fitness who delivered ongoing workouts to the team. I followed this up with a similar session at the Wickes HQ in Watford.
The Office Athlete
In 2015 and 2016 Oxford City Council offered a number of workshops to members of staff on various aspects of wellbeing. My half day workshop was ‘The Office Athlete’, and focused on getting mood- and energy-boosting activity into the busiest of weeks.
Of business leaders say that technology will continue to impact the wellbeing of their workforce over the next decade