Entries by Sam Fuller

Navigating Uncertainty

Navigating Uncertainty  This month, our team have been finalising the design for a new 4-day Master Practitioner Accreditation Programme for Wraw, our psychometric tool which measures resilience and its impact on wellbeing.  As well as providing training in how to use Wraw to support coaching, we’ll be sharing slides and facilitation guides, so that Practitioners […]

Are you Role Modelling Wellbeing?

Businesses are experiencing a greater rate of change than ever before  – career needs, technological advancements, diversity in the workplace, customer demographics and generational expectations are constantly shifting and evolving. In the face of such widespread change, it’s important to be aware of, and to proactively manage, our mental health and wellbeing. Mental health and […]

Meetings That Matter

We’re now several weeks into a new year, and many of us will be settling into a comfortable pace of work. Whether you took some time away from the proverbial ‘coal face’ over the festive period, or simply used the ‘lull’ in normal work-flow to catch up on your To Do list, January is often […]

Seasonal Message from our Founder & CEO, Sam Fuller

Writing our end of year reviews has taught me to appreciate all of the great things that have happened over the last 12 months. It’s easy to look back and remember challenging workloads and the fast pace that we’ve adopted to push projects successfully across the finish line, but when you take stock of what […]

Taking The Lead On Mental Wellbeing

On 9th November we were among those attending the ISMA Growth 2018 conference in London, marking the 20th anniversary of National Stress Awareness Day and the very first Stress Awareness Week.  Carole Spiers, the brains and engine behind this event, brought together over 100 wellbeing professionals to discuss and share best practice in the field […]

Managing Pressure

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 […]

A High Price To Pay

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 […]

Addressing The Mental Health Gap

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 […]

Getting Strategic On Mental Health

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 […]

Money, Money, Money…

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 […]