Wellbeing Hub of Resources
Welcome to our hub of content – reports, articles, talks, videos, recommended reads and other resources that we’ve curated to help motivate, educate and energise you and your people to be as happy, healthy and thriving as you can be during uncertain times and always.
We hope you find this a useful resource, and if you are looking for something in particular, but can’t find it, get in touch, we’d love to help!
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The Times Wellbeing Report
We’re delighted to be involved in the Employee Experience & Wellbeing supplement in The Times, shining a spotlight on why wellbeing and mental health needs to be a board-level priority for organisations. Download for insightful ideas and perspectives on corporate wellbeing, onboarding, diversity & inclusion, monitoring productivity and the rise in online harassment, all in a remote world.
Getting Started – Wellbeing Planning
For those that are just getting started with their wellbeing and mental health planning, it can seem overwhelming. Where to start? How much time and money to invest? Who to partner with? The good news is that if you are a small company with limited resources, employee wellbeing doesn’t have to cost a lot. There are lots of great free resources available to help organisations that are looking for wellbeing ideas and resources. Here’s some of our recommends.
Our “Walk The Talk” Webcast
The ultimate “walk the talk” webcast where you do the walking, while we do the talking… Designed for HR professionals, business leaders and those interested in the mental health and wellbeing of their people. Listen to past episodes of Walk The Talk and sign up to future episodes here…
Movement + Mindfulness
Movement and Mindfulness are two natural antidotes to the build up of everyday stress… Access our video resources to help you move more, and be more mindful here.
So many books, so little time
Science shows that reading has so many valuable health benefits, including helping with depression, reducing stress, and the chances of developing Alzheimer’s in later life. When we read, not only are we improving mental and emotional functions, such as memory and empathy, but research shows that it makes us feel better and more positive too!
Listen with curiosity…
For over thousands of years, since the first cave paintings were discovered, telling stories has been one of our most fundamental communication methods. Our brains become more active when we tell and listen to stories… again a scientific fact. So, why not unwind and take some time out with one of our recommended podcasts… and benefit from activating different areas of the brain, and learning something at the same time.
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