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Wellbeing at work

Wellbeing at work is not just about helping individuals to manage their personal wellbeing and effectiveness; it's also about organisations looking at their working culture and environments. Is it time to transform your organisational approach to wellbeing in the workplace?

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Wellbeing is about thriving, not just surviving

For people to perform at their best, they need to feel like they are thriving, not just surviving. Who owns this responsibility in your organisation - individuals, or leaders?  

Human-centred organisations who cultivate working cultures and create psychologically safe spaces, outperform those that don’t. In these workplaces employees can bring their whole selves to work, feel a sense of belonging, and develop the abilities for resilience and personal wellbeing. Individuals should feel valued and integral to an organisation’s success, no matter the job role, and a work-life balance is crucial for the wellbeing of employees.  

By working to transform the quality of human-to-human exchanges, organisations can help people to respond positively to the pressures of work and life.

As individuals and employees, we are increasingly busy both in and out of work. There is increased pressure to deliver more in less time and with fewer resources. Wellbeing is so important to counteract these pressures.  

Impact brings wellbeing to the heart of your organisation, working with both your organisation and your employees. We take this comprehensive approach as wellbeing is not just about helping individuals to manage the increased pressures of today’s working environment; it is also about organisations looking at their working culture and environments.

At an organisational level, we work with you to scan, disrupt and create in order to develop high-performance environments that are great places to work. 

With individuals, we start by helping people to develop their awareness. By becoming more aware of their current performance and potential, individuals can explore how they respond to stress and unlock capabilities that can positively influence their wellbeing.  

Whatever your organisational or people development needs, our promise to you is that wellbeing will be considered in the design of all our programmes. It is often woven throughout the content as a cornerstone of personal performance.

Wellbeing programmes, client stories and articles

Wellbeing at Work

Going the Distance Programme

Tailored to each organisation so that it is best suited to the challenges and opportunities that it faces.

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Wellbeing & Personal Development

Wellbeing Wisdom - nine self care principles

Impact collaborated with Sony to create 'Going the distance' – a masterclass in wellbeing and resilience. We hope these visualisations of the core nine principles help you to thrive through adversity.

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Wellbeing & Personal Development

Wellbeing: A collective responsibility

How can organisations support and encourage individual responsibility for wellbeing? Wellbeing in the workplace – whose responsibility is it? Perhaps more than any other initiative, it finds itself...

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Our Awards

Year after year, we continue to be acknowledged for the quality and effectiveness of our partnerships with clients and for our own work on building Impact as an organisation worth working for.

2023 Top 20 leadership training
Top 20 Leadership Training Company 2023

For the 13th year in a row, Impact has been recognised as a Training Industry Top 20 Leadership Training Company in 2023. We are delighted to be included in this exclusive community of top-notch providers for learning and development solutions.

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Ecovadis gold award
EcoVadis 2023

EcoVadis assess how well companies’ have integrated the principles of sustainability into their business and management systems. Their analysis positions Impact in the top 5% of our industry, retaining our gold rating for another 12 months.

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