Helping you and your organisation to be
happy, healthy and high- performing.
We offer stimulating one-to-one and group sessions that focus on stress management and improving the mental health and wellbeing of managers at work.
What managers may not fully grasp, is that the health and wealth of their company is in their hands. Overwhelming evidence supports that healthy and happy workers are more productive, resilient, and innovative. That is where stress management training comes in.
Is the wealth of your organisation slipping through your fingers?
Many organisations are unaware of the actual costs to their business and of the dramatic savings that can be made by effective stress management training and workplace wellbeing courses at an early stage.
According to HSE 2020/21 data, 822,000 people in Great Britain experienced work-related stress, depression or anxiety. Work is burning people out like never before, and the responsibility should lie with the organisation, not the individual, to address this problem.
Too many businesses adopt a reactive, tick-box approach to mental health. They offer a new wellbeing benefit or purchase the latest wellbeing app and think the job is done. Yet without cultivating a culture in which the entire workforce proactively seeks to protect and nurture mental health, little change will be made.
Managers need to be comfortable having discussions about mental wellbeing and stress management at work and recognise they will often be the first port of call when a colleague has an issue.
Managers are the metaphorical parents in the workplace. They are the influencers and catalysts. Therefore, senior leaders and line managers play distinct and crucial roles in creating a healthy workplace and improving stress management. The organisation’s ability to reap the benefit of its investment in this area, will be undermined if either management group is not fully on board.
It is imperative for leaders to take a proactive approach to stress management and mental wellbeing at work, create the right climate to encourage open discussion about stress, and forge pathways for working in partnership with their teams, to maintain a happy, healthy and high performing culture.