Thriving companies are leading the way.
In London alone, over 75% of Londoners report their productivity is negatively affected by stress. Yet productivity is only part of the story. Increasingly people are drawn to organizations that promote the wellbeing of their people. Google, whose staff turnover is under 5%, have a stated ambition to be the healthiest company on the planted; healthy in terms of financial performance but also in terms of the mental and physical wellbeing of their people.
In the face of all these strong commercial reasons for investing in employee wellbeing what we are seeing more and more is the moral justification, with more clients saying “it just feels like the right thing to do”.
If stress is the problem, then what’s the solution, how do you support your people to be productive, healthy happy and fulfilled.
Learning to thrive
We have developed a programme called Thrive, which supports individuals to thrive no matter what is going on around them. Thrive is a programme which supports individuals to take responsibility for their own resilience, physical and mental wellbeing. It uses advanced NLP techniques to help individuals to identify the factors, which work best for them personally and then lines up their motivations to do the things that will make the biggest difference.
Thrive works on a number of levels
Experiential Wellbeing Workshop
Thrive is an experiential workshops which helps people build resilience and promote wellbeing. It can be run as part of an Induction, Management Development or Leadership programme or a stand-alone intervention to support people at transition points in their careers.
Thrive is coaching framework which can be used in a number of contexts. Internal coaches in a number of organisations to support their people to be more resilient are currently using it.
Coaching Skills for Managers workshop
Thrive is the basis of a Coaching Skills for Managers workshop, which gives Managers the skills to have holistic coaching conversations with their people. We’ve recently rolled out a programme with one of the regulators to support managers to coach their teams through unprecedented levels of change.
Thrive is an amusing and inspirational speech to get people to take responsibility for themselves and pay attention to the things that make a difference to them personally so they can perform at their best over time.