Culture Change

Helping senior leaders prioritise wellbeing to improve results

Frequently Asked Questions
What is your approach when working with senior leaders?

We help senior leaders understand the value of competent and coherent wellbeing strategies being deployed within the business and crucially the cost of inaction.

We agree a picture of success for the organisation in collaboration with senior leaders and devise a strategy to ensure that our work is driving wider organisational outcomes.

How do you work with senior leaders?

We work shoulder to shoulder with senior leaders to understand their conditions, understand their desired future state for the business and create a methodology to get us there in a way which enhances health and wellbeing.

Typically this includes conversations with SLT and agreeing a strategy for organisational wellbeing with roles and responsibilities clear and agreed.

What do you mean by healthy people healthy profit?

Adopting this narrative represents a shift in perspective where organisations prioritise the wellbeing and fulfilment of their people as a means to achieve long-term success and profitability. It focuses on recognising the intrinsic value of individuals and prioritising their wellbeing as a strategic business imperative.

By fostering this approach, organisations create an environment where employees thrive, perform at their best, and contribute to the organisation’s long-term success. When people are viewed as valuable assets and their wellbeing is nurtured, organisations can achieve sustainable profitability, innovation, and positive business outcomes.

Our objective was to create an awareness of the mental health conversation, the work with BelievePerform got it back on the agenda- there should be an open dialogue about it (mental health at work) and the work we did with BelievePerform supported that

Our approachHealthy People Healthy Profits

When the conditions or culture in a workplace are not conducive to wellbeing, wellbeing programmes are likely to have minimal impact and fail to bring about significant behavioral and cultural change

Leaders who are serious about wellbeing place it at the top of the agenda by adopting a people first approach. They integrate wellbeing as part of strategic priorities and align it with the organisation’s core values and mission so that it can be incorporated into performance evaluations and organisational goals

To effectively embed wellbeing into the DNA of any organisation senior leaders must start with their culture and ensure that wellbeing is not treated as a separate component but rather integrated into the design of work so it becomes a living and breathing thing.