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Why a stroke is just the beginning…   26th July, 2010 was a pivotal day for me. What should have been a relaxing break resulted in a decompression injury that caused a stroke. To cut a very long story short the stress that I had allowed into my life followed by two challenging scuba dives caused…

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Healthy body, healthy mind – be active, reduce stress & improve resilience

Most of us know that being active is good for us – the challenge is finding something you like to do and the time to do it. With the stresses of modern life, time plugged into screens and sedentary work on the rise, there’s a need to get moving both within the workplace and outside…

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National Autistic Society team away day creates a positive wellbeing focus

WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT The National Autistic Society (NAS) provides information, support and programmes for people with autism and Asperger syndrome. Director of Finance, Kelly Evans, looks after four teams – Accounts, Procurement, Project Management and Property Management for NAS – based in Bristol, London and dispersed in local communities all over the UK. There are 40…

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Sport Relief: Physical and Mental Health Hacks For When Life Gets Busy

In recent months we have been talking to an increasing number of ‘busy people’. What has become clear is that when life is busy the main things to slide are physical and mental health. So here are some health hacks to help you. We all know that good food, water and exercise help us physically…

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Does your workplace wellbeing strategy increase productivity and employee engagement?

“There are strong links between trust, wellbeing and engagement, employee engagement continues to be an important predictor of company performance” Unum  – Developing an Effective Wellbeing Strategy So let’s set the scene…….. How do you get improved employee engagement and productivity, when workloads are increasing and the demands of modern life in a  24/7 society…

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How Do We Stay Inspired?

Hands up if you break New Year’s resolutions or don’t even bother? I get very excited on New Year’s Eve, looking forward to the year ahead. I write my wishes, set my intentions and light a candle for an awesome year to come. On the 1st of January the onslaught begins – lose weight, get…

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Embracing Life’s Challenges With Gratitude

I have recently returned from a trip to a remote island in the Caribbean called Carriacou. It is part of a group of islands called the Grenadines, has only 2000 residents, and is both mountainous and beautiful. However, within and hour of arrival I found my resilience was tested – as was my gratitude. My…

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2017 Highlights

Reflect and celebrate! We often talk about the importance of reflection in our workshops and as a company we feel it’s important to walk our talk! So here is the result of us reflecting on an incredible year! We hope you take a few minutes to watch our progress this year, grab a cuppa and…

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A Bouncing Twelve Days of Christmas For You!

Are you calmly roasting your chestnuts over an open fire, listening to Bing Crosby while watching the twinkle of your Christmas tree lights? No? I didn’t think so! There’s no escaping the temptation to live fast and do more these days. The advent of technology was intended to give us more free time, but for…

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Wellbeing Champions: we recently interviewed Shelby King from The Bristol Hotel

Which company do you work for and how large is your organisation? We are part of The Doyle Collection, an Irish owned company with 8 properties and 1300 people. I am Human Resources Manager at The Bristol Hotel and we have 130 people working here. What are your thoughts on engagement and staff wellbeing? It’s…

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