Stress may be an inevitable part of life. But how we recognise and respond to it can differ immensely from person to person. Pressures will occur for all sorts of reasons; perhaps it is a sudden spike in workload or an accumulation of demands in our professional or personal lives, or it may be that […]
About Sam Fuller
Sam founded The Wellbeing Project in 2007. She is a highly experienced resilience and stress management consultant, a certified trainer with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, accredited by the International Stress Management Association and the Royal Society of Public Health, a certified NLP practitioner and clinical nutritionist.
With 10 years experience supporting her clients and as the Wellbeing Judge for the Employee Engagement Awards in 2016 she appreciates the challenges of any wellbeing project. It is her mission to make it as easy as possible for employers to create a culture of wellness where employees excel and businesses thrive.
She works directly with leaders and teams as a resilience and wellbeing expert and facilitator. She specialises in both physical and mental resilience, neuroscience, energy management, stress management, change management and health promotion. Sam is a highly collaborative, outcome-driven facilitator who quickly establishes rapport with her clients due to her warmth, openness and honesty.
It is her ambition to put employee resilience and wellbeing at the heart of every business.
Entries by Sam Fuller
The consequences of failing to address financial problems can be extremely damaging to individuals. But many employers are unaware that the same is true for organisations. Evidence shows finances are a big worry for employees, as revealed by Neyber’s financial wellbeing report last year. Bank of England data released in March shows that credit card borrowing […]
There seems to be an ever-widening gap between encouraging those with mental health difficulties to seek support and the help available. The Wellbeing Project is planning to help address this divide by developing a valuable new resource to support mental wellbeing and resilience. There is a trend for those in the public eye to be […]
So much of our lives is spent at work that it is unsurprising to see increasing evidence emerge that shows it can have an enormous impact on our mental wellbeing. Just last month, a survey by CV-Library showed that over a third (35.2%) of the nation’s workers are suffering from mental health issues including anxiety […]
Does your organisation see a spike in sickness absence towards the end of the month? If so, it’s a sign that employees’ financial wellbeing is far from healthy. The Wellbeing Project’s money coach, Jo Thresher, says absence at the end of a month is a common sign of financial difficulties. ‘People are not making it […]
We wish you all a very merry Christmas and all the best to you and your families for a happy New Year. Thank you to all our clients for inviting us to contribute to their programmes – 2017 has brought many new and exciting projects and we’ve enjoyed every single one of them. The Christmas […]
When it comes to wellbeing at work, one of the obstacles facing many organisations is how to get the message through to those who hold the purse strings and wield the most power. Persuading the executive team that wellbeing is important can be a tough sell. So how do you do it? A good starting […]
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For better or worse, digital is integrated into the fabric of modern society, both in our work and personal lives. On a single mobile device, the fusion of professional and private is evident; many of us will receive work emails on our phones as well as having wellbeing apps, perhaps for fitness or productivity. Digital […]
Many organisations believe that, in their own workforce, mental ill health is not much of a problem. But this isn’t usually the case. Traditionally, evidence has shown that that having no job was a factor in poor mental health because being in employment provides structure, purpose and focus, but increasingly we are seeing peoples’ mental […]