We have developed a holistic approach thatcombines well-researched, sustainable solutions with the practicalities of running a business. Our work is underpinned by world-leading, evidence-based frameworks to empower people and companies to succeed.

Source: Five drivers of wellbeing from 2018 whatworkswellbeing research.  


Client benefits

  • Improved business results including productivity, sales, staff engagement, customer satisfaction.
  • Evidence-based strategy and a focused strategic plan to enable better decision making.
  • A coherent framework that is sustainable over time and operates at multiple different levels enabling real behaviour change.
  • Strong organisational engagement and ownership.
  • Team ownership of the plan — we can help facilitate as much of your plan as you want us to or support your team as they build it themselves.


“Wellbeing helps businesses to be profitable, productive and sustainable.” – Paul Litchfield, What Works Wellbeing


Key characteristics


Fact-based approach:  We value data that generates true insight and creates clarity of goals, direction, and choices.  If required, we can provide personalised service and Organisational WOF (Wellness Objectivity Factor) to evaluate your company’s current position and to find out what’s actually impacting on the stress, resilience, communication and wellbeing of your staff.  This provides you with the key information as to where support is needed most and enables you to challenge and pressure test assumptions.


Strategic support:  We provide clear, concise advice and support that is practical and workable to help you build a programme with initiatives that will both enhance your staff’s performance and suit your company’s needs. This might include workshops, coaching, videos, learning opportunities and challenges that encompass all aspects of physical, mental and emotional health.


Co-pilot:  We believe the answers lie within you and your team. We work with you to facilitate the creation of solutions, helping you drive strategy to execution, co-piloting with you every step of the way.


Effective: The most effective wellbeing initiatives seek to inspire sustainable behaviourchange(which requires more than a fruit bowl or a gym discount – though that can be helpful, too!)  We help ensure they are personalised to your staff’s needs, easy to access and not limited to the workplace (i.e. useable in the 2/3 of life not spent at work).  We provide regular, friendly feedback following interventions thereby measuring improvements and highlighting any other opportunities for development.


Pragmatic:  We are senior coaches and strategists who bring significant real-world experience and who know the best strategy is the one that works.


Value for money:  We recognise cash flow can be a challenge for SMEs.  We put our money where our mouth is and are open to operating under a pay-for-performance agreement which means you have the option of giving us a percentage of the tangible results you achieve instead of paying for everything upfront.  This means neither of us profit unless we produce bottom-line results.


Bespoke:  The Healthy Workplace doesn’t take a one-size-fits-all approach; all our solutions are tailored to the individual needs of each company and its people.  We understand that every organisation is unique. We partner with you to build healthy, happy, thriving workplaces and people who love their work.


A typical wellbeing strategy process might involve:

  1. Defining goals and objectives for wellbeing initiative(s).
  2. Discovering what is working well; employee and workplace needs and opportunities for improvement.
  3. Providing you with information about where support is needed most.
  4. Using evidence and research to develop a custom fit wellbeing strategy, based on five wellbeing drivers: health, security, relationships, environment and purpose.
  5. Testingthe wellbeing strategy and vision, aligning it with company work practices and processes.
  6. Training and supporting employees and managers to participate and thereby improve their job quality and wellbeing skills.
  7. Helping implement and adjust the wellbeing strategy ensuring it stays up to date and relevant.
  8. Helping to promote the strategy through communication and education, creating strong internal champions and managers who leadby example.
  9. Evaluating goals and continually measuring wellbeing activities’ impact to assess successes and opportunities.