Both in the UK and globally, 2019 has seen wellbeing in the workplace continue to be recognised as both a strategic and human priority. And here at The Wellbeing Project we’ve been hard at work building awareness and driving change for our incredible clients and partners.
Here are just a few highlights.
Creating a world where everyone lives well at work
From its launch last year, Wraw has gone from strength to strength. Our network of accredited practitioners has spread across the UK. And we have worked with organisations around the world – from Canada to Singapore – to develop the resilience and wellbeing of their people.
To spread the word, we made a short video about Wraw. Watch it here.
The Madworld Summit aims to bring fresh thinking to mental health in the workplace. One of our business psychologists, Sarah Thum-Bonnano, was invited to feature in their TechTalks. She shared how Wraw is bringing a data-driven approach to supporting mental health and wellbeing.
Embedding best practice
This year, our friends at St. John’s Ambulance brought together industry-leaders for their Embedding Mental Health Best Practice conferences. I was delighted to be invited to moderate panel discussions and meet the delegates. I’ll be joining them again in February in Birmingham and I’d love to see you there. Find out more here.
For over 10 years, The Wellbeing Project has been working to support workplace wellbeing and resilience. This year, the Business Elite Awards recognised our work as were named the UK’s leading business resilience service. A big thank you to all our clients we’ve been lucky enough work with over the years.
Sharing big ideas
Over the course of the year, we’ve met people from pretty much every industry and sector who care about supporting the wellbeing of their people. In October we joined the PM Forum to talk about the Mindful Business Charter and how the professional and financial services sectors are promoting healthy high performance. We were inspired to hear how leading financial institutions are committing to workplace wellbeing.
New year, new ideas
Our aim is to always be at the cutting-edge of wellbeing and resilience development and there’s a huge amount in store for us in the new year. Here’s a taste of some exciting things to come:
- Wraw Spark, a digital wellbeing assessment and development platform
- A new coaching model to develop wellbeing and resilience
- Data-driven strategy and planning with Wraw
And to finish…
….I’d like to take this chance to wish you all a very merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous new year.