Clients, Case Studies and Testimonials
Since launching in June 2018, we’ve been very fortunate to provide corporate wellbeing programmes and training to a whole host of fabulous people and companies of different sizes and across multiple sectors.
We support the creative, financial and professional services, construction, education and recruitment industries to name a few.
Measuring our impact
As part of our commitment to having a positive impact on society at large (regulated through our B Corp certification), we measure the impact of our training sessions.
Over the past year we have
- trained over 5,000 individuals
- received an average impact score of 9 / 10
- received an average recommend score of 9 / 10
- received an average score of 10 / 10 for our mental health first aid instructors
- trained 120 Mental Health First Aiders
If you would like case studies and/or to speak to one of our clients from a particular sector, please don’t hesitate to ask.
And don’t just take our word for it!
Here’s what some of our clients say:
Manager Training Case Study
We were tasked by the Learning & Development Team at The CPM Group of Omnicom agencies to develop some bespoke training for their board, senior leadership and people managers.
5 Years on – a case study in longterm impact
Five years on read about our work with Julia Phillips, Founder and Director of Potting Shed Events. This demonstrates the value of wellbeing at work and how it drives employee engagement.
An MHFA Case Study
Read about our work with management consulting firm Arthur D. Little (ADL) and how one passionate individual from within the organisation identified the need for more mental health and wellbeing support for his colleagues – as the world continued to feel the impact of the global pandemic.
Mental Health Manager Training Case Study
We’ve been working with Federated Hermes since late 2020. As part of this programme we hosted a pilot mental health awareness training session to up-skill and support managers for more confident mental health conversations with their team. 97% responded Yes to our survey question: “As a result of the training do you feel more confident supporting those with mental health challenges.”
Mental Health Awareness Case Study
In the summer of 2021 Electrolux approached POINT3 Wellbeing with a simple brief – to provide their people managers with greater knowledge and awareness of mental health so that they could better support themselves and those they manage. We devised a hybrid programme of in-person and virtual training to train 90 managers across the country, with 90% rating the training a 4 or 5 out of 5 and 100% of the latest cohort rating the training 10 out of 10 for positive impact.
Mental Health Manager Training Case Study
Willmott Dixon approached POINT3 Wellbeing in late 2020 with a simple brief – they wanted their managers to be able to spot the signs of mental ill health, normalise the conversation and build resilience within their teams, increasing support and breaking down stigma in their organisation and industry.
Rachael Reeves, Talent Development Administrator, Federated Hermes said:
We tasked Sarah in September 2020 to create bespoke training for our Winter Wellbeing Programme.
At the time, colleagues were navigating periods of lockdowns, shocking statistics about the pandemic and operating in a work environment that had to be lifted and dropped into our personal ones.
The feedback from our programme was extremely positive, so we’ve been working with Sarah and the Point 3 Wellbeing team ever since!
One of our favourite parts about working with Point 3 Wellbeing is that they share our belief that feedback and data is crucial to continually improving training experiences. The reports we’ve received from Sarah allow us to measure progress and make constructive changes to our wellbeing support. We’ve got Point 3 Wellbeing on speed dial for our wellness sessions!
Luke Harding, Managing Director UK & Ireland, Electrolux said:
After a year of adjusting to a new ‘normal’ with the Covid-19 restrictions, we could see that we had a gap within the mental health and wellbeing space.
We wanted to build a safe space and network for all employees to access the right support and discuss mental wellbeing as and when they needed to.
It was vital for us to work with experts in this field that shared the same values that we hold as a company.
Point3 was that company and have been amazing to work with. The passion, care, knowledge and commitment that they have shown has been incredible. They have tailored each of our sessions according to any particular needs we have had in the groups and the delivery of all the training sessions has been sensitive, considerate and safe.
We have now delivered Mental Health Awareness training to all line managers across our UK teams, been able to introduce Mental Health First Aiders and most importantly altered our culture to be more inclusive and accepting of mental health and wellbeing.
Samantha Massey, Wellbeing Project Manager, Reed Exhibitions (part of RELX Group) said:
We originally appointed POINT3 Wellbeing to run a Mental Health Awareness half day training in January 2020. Due to feedback and demand we were delighted to invite the team back multiple times to train additional colleagues throughout the year which entailed the training being delivered in both “live” and “virtual” classrooms. In both environments the training offers an ideal blend of theory, knowledge and practice – and our teams have particularly enjoyed how interactive the sessions are. The Point3 team are always professional, supportive and flexible in anything they deliver for us. I highly recommend this training to anyone within the corporate world who is looking to normalise the conversation around mental health within the workplace.
Steve Wardle, Director of Major Core Programmes, Lloyds said:
A brief note on behalf of me and our Emerging Leaders to say a massive thank for a fabulous session this morning.
So many really important and timely insights and a great discussion, which was really enjoyable.
Thanks so much for shaping and running the session and for sharing the valuable lessons with us.
James Bell, Managing Director, Michael Bell Communications said:
It was brilliant… a perfectly planned course that brought my team together once a week (over 5 weeks) to help us all gain a better appreciation on what we can all do to improve our wellbeing physically and emotionally ….. the 45 mins sessions were just right and the information bite-sized and well presented to be able to take away and implement into our daily routines.
Ashton Ward, Managing Director, Eton Bridge Partners said:
We engaged with POINT3 to run an afternoon wellbeing session at Eton Rowing Lake in Dorney. It was the start of a 12 week wellbeing programme for all of our colleagues. It has made a real impact – not just a one off conversation about wellbeing, but POINT3 have helped us to have wellbeing front of mind in all that we do which is making a real difference to our lives. We look forward to continuing our relationship with POINT3.