- Why Wellbeing People?
Why Wellbeing People?
We understand that prevention is better than cure and that by engaging people; whether as individuals, at work or in the community; we can help to improve their general health and wellbeing. This is the driving force behind Wellbeing People.
We are passionate about what we do, provide excellent service and are an innovative organisation. Wellbeing messages are not always complex and can be just common sense, however delivering the change in health and wellbeing that we all seek, is the hard part.
We specialise in understanding what makes people and organisations tick and, more importantly, what doesn’t. Giving individuals the right tools, support and encouragement we can change minds and lives.
We are a bit different from the rest, we are continually looking for new ways to make dealing with us a unique and pleasurable experience; we keep our fingers firmly on the pulse to help us develop new and exciting wellbeing ideas. We back up everything that we do with evidence based research and practical experience.
We have supported many charities over the years, in particular, working in partnership with C3 Collaborating for Health, Barnardos, British Heart Foundation, Help for Heroes, Marie Curie Cancer Care and many others. We will always try to support charities where and when we can. Staff raise money throughout the year by joining in Wear it Red Day for British Heart Foundation, Wear it Pink for Breast Cancer Research, Jeans for Genes Day for Genetics Disorders UK, Sport Relief and Comic Relief.
For many years, we have supporting the British Heart Foundation London to Brighton Bike Ride. Our Team work hard all day handing out over 24,000 bottles of water at the finishing line to keep the cyclists hydrated and replenished from their 52 mile bike ride.
The economic costs of poor health and its impact on the workplace is measurable. We know that by gaining trust and helping to develop better attitudes toward both mental and physical health, we can directly benefit both businesses and individuals.
Building stronger and deeper social networks which, in the long term, increases Social Return on Investment (SROI). Supporting individuals and nurturing positive change creates ‘Community Assets’ – a powerful tool in driving healthier life choices within a group.
Our interactive education packages cover a range of subjects designed to inspire, energise and educate groups of any size or age. From Early Years to Residential Care Homes, we tailor programmes for all requirements.
The Wellbeing Symposium brings together wellbeing specialists and spokespeople to debate the industry’s hottest topics. From mental health in the workplace to government wellbeing policy, obesity and resilience; giving delegates access to expert knowledge and advice from leading wellbeing professionals.