How it's done
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Our training is a great investment in your employee wellbeing (see evidence below).
If this interests you, we need to talk. I don't bite, I do listen intently. I want to help as many people as possible, honest; that's my mission.
What our clients say
“Most trainees are managing stressful scenarios much better, and motivation is tangibly better. There’s a real buzz in the services, with those who’ve been trained informally helping others, so it’s made a significant difference already.”
Head of Safety, Health, and Wellbeing
Action for Children
“Simon trained some of our senior lawyers and managers. We saw productivity and chargeable time increase by around 20%, contributing to our most profitable quarter yet - so it was great value, and helped us create a happier workplace.”
Capital Law and Capital People
Introducing a workplace management for those living with (or at risk of) depression was estimated to cost £270.00 for a CBT-based programme. In a company of 500 employees where two thirds engage, an investment of £20k will result in a net profit of approximately £83k over a two year period.
In promoting a programme of wellbeing at work for a company with 500 employees, where all employees undergo the intervention, it is estimated that an initial investment of £40k will result in a net return of £347k in savings, mainly due to reduced presenteeism.
From: Knapp, M., McDaid, D., & Parsonage, M. (Centre for Mental Health and the Institute of Psychiatry). Mental Health Promotion and Mental Illness Prevention: The Economic Case.
In our own Manage Workplace Stress programme, from outcomes achieved we have calculated an average 4x return on investment. So for example, training 100 employees at a cost of just under £200 per person results in up to £900 benefit in reduced sickness, presenteeism and staff turnover (in the first year alone).