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  How are you feeling today on a scale of 1-10 and why? Today I’m a 7/10 and can be confident when answering that question! I use a mental health tracking tool called Form which I try to use every day before work to find out where I am at that

The pandemic has exposed our global mental health crisis more than ever.  For some people it has alleviated stressors around commuting, lack of time or distraction in the office for example, but for others it has exacerbated existing stressors or created new ones. The trouble with mental health is that it

This week it has been widely documented in the news about the rise in alcohol consumption since the start of lockdown.  The number of “high risk” drinkers has nearly doubled to 8.4 million since lockdown began as well as thousands more have sought help for addiction to opiates according to

  As discussed in last week’s blog, we now have evidence from studies supporting what we have observed time and again, that internal wellbeing champions/advocates/heroes driving the wellbeing agenda will result in a much higher rate of engagement, productivity and ultimately reduce stress and burnout. There are many things to consider when

I was in two minds whether to develop this new product because I was acutely aware of many businesses making cuts, furloughing people and quite frankly trying to survive as well as the other businesses who are lucky enough to be trading as normal or those who are resilient enough

I have been heartened by the increase in people talking about their feelings over the past month or so of lockdown. Business conversations have been open, honest and become the norm. Notably, more men have opened up about how they are feeling than I have ever witnessed before, which is

Let’s be clear, Blue Monday is just a phenomenon created off the back of a marketing campaign by Sky Travel in 2005. Yet we seemed to have adopted it in the UK as the most depressing day of the year, when the reality is we can feel blue at any

It’s not a job, it’s a lifestyle. Learn here about how Nike have adopted a high performing culture to get the best out of their people. As a big head office and workplace culture enthusiast, I was recently delighted to visit Nike’s European Head Quarters in Hilversum, just outside Amsterdam and

Following last Friday’s Employee Benefits Awards ceremony, I was delighted to catch up with Guy Hayward, the CEO of Goodman Masson who was the winner of arguably the most important award of the night- Best Employee Engagement Strategy. Goodman Masson is one of London’s leading specialist Finance and Technology recruitment businesses

Located in the bustling city of Auckland, New Zealand, is a financial services company called Perpetual Guardian. This is no ordinary financial services company in a busy city, this is a company who’s Founder and CEO has taken a bold step into the Future of Work. Last year Perpetual Guardian trialled