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We work with organisations who care, to translate the science and theory of wellbeing into everyday practice. 

We support organisations to recognise that their teams need support to build the emotional resources required to enjoy their work and realise their full potential. In turn this can improve engagement, resilience and productivity.


Wellbeing is complex and people are individuals - our theory of change approach assesses, identifies and delivers evidenced wellbeing solutions broken down by your employee wellbeing clusters - one size doesn't fit all. 

How can we help?


What employers are telling us are the key challenges of wellbeing

Our services

Understand more about what we do and how we can support your organisation 

Evidenced results

What we do works, understand the impact we can have on your employee wellbeing


Who supports us behind the  scenes

What challenges are employers telling us they are facing?


Low engagement/contribution

Individual's energy has dropped significantly. Engagement

in anything except the basic requirements of work is low

Manager burn out

Many managers are struggling to know what to do to support their team's wellbeing. Firstly, their own wellbeing might be struggling and secondly if you don't know where the boundaries are, how do you know where your involvement should start and end

Misaligned understanding of wellbeing

Many organisations don't have a clear and shared understanding of the subject. If that isn't in place, then boundaries become blurred and inconsistencies in procedures can appear

No extra budget to 'fix' a problem

Budget is always a problem. Wellbeing spend often has to come from existing budgets. Understanding how to spend your budget effectively can be difficult

Our services and how they can help


1. Assessment

Using our theory of change model, we run an assessment to look behind standalone measurement to understand and evidence what your employees need to positively impact their wellbeing

 2. Group work and drop in sessions

Education is key to unlocking wellbeing in the workplace. Education brings consistent understanding and is hugely important to collective accountability. We bring science, theory, fun and people together to learn about wellbeing in the wider context and how it applies to us as individuals, managers and employees

3. Peer supported wellbeing programme

Using our evidenced based programme, we work with individuals over 6 weeks, online and 1:1, to increase wellbeing significantly, on a proven wellbeing scale. This in turn increases individual contribution in the workplace and engagement with others

What you get from our services

Clear decision making. Take control

Our assessment outcomes evidence where to spend your budget effectively and our measurement baselines the data to ensure you can evidence any change  

A tool kit to improve employee wellbeing

A clear report that highlights the challenge areas and identifies tailored solutions broken down by your employee wellbeing clusters. Wellbeing is subjective so one plan for everyone maybe less effective

Evidenced results

Research in collaboration with Public Health England, Swindon shows that our wellbeing programme increases wellbeing significantly, +8 points on clinical wellbeing scales

Build resilience for the future 

No matter what these uncertain times throw at us, we show your staff  how to build resilience and remain adaptable to change

More about our results


Wellbeing is complicated, if you are interested in any of our services or simply want a friendly chat, please contact us

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Individuals wellbeing increases by +8 points against clinical wellbeing scales

98% of people reported a different perspective AND said it changed the way they think about life


Evidence shows that if your wellbeing increases so does your contribution to the world around you, through greater engagement with people and  work

Evidence shows that the impact of our programme is sustained after two years




"The insights we have gleaned have been exceptional and we've been able to really explore how we can continue to understand wellbeing better through the use of these measurement and evaluation tools and then craft tangible solutions. Lots more to be done, but such a hugely positive move forward. It is so refreshing to work with an organisation that is truly coming up with solutions and answers not just more data."

Head of Wellbeing, Global Student Accommodation 

Dr Nicola Byrom

Senior Psychology Lecturer - King's College London

Founder of Student Minds

Chair of Student Mental Health Research Network (SMaRteN)

Janine Chandler


CEO Jump in Puddles

Strategist and innovator in FMCG and social business

Carl Harris

Director Chartered Institute for IT

Technology, innovation and data specialist 

Dr Karl Marlowe

Chief Medical Officer

Southern Health Trust

Consultant Psychiatrist

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