Wellbeing at work

Have you got workplace wellbeing at the top of your business agenda? Studies show that putting this at the forefront of your business not only makes for a healthier happier workplace but also means that the business itself performs better. Last week we hosted a talk by Suki Bassi who works across Europe and the […]

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The Connection Between Workplace Wellbeing and Company Success

It seems that no industry conference or corporate away day is complete without a rousing segment on wellbeing, specifically employee wellbeing. But how often have you found that once you’re back in the real world, you’re ill-equipped to articulate the business case for wellbeing? Or, if you’re indeed ready to invest in workplace wellbeing, you […]

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You deserve at least 10 minutes…

I was speechless at recent Public Health England research that found that 6 million adults in England are endangering their health by not taking so much as a brisk walk once a month. Don’t be one of them – give yourself 10 minutes (or more!) and reap the benefits that regular walks bring: 1. It […]

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How to manage mental health at work

Speak openly with colleagues about your mental ill-health and try to build a workplace that’s mental health friendly, say the experts In recent months, a number of high-profile figures have spoken frankly about their experiences of mental health. Prince Harry has disclosed the anxiety and panic attacks he experienced following the sudden death of his mother, while former […]

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How to Be Better at Stress

Stress is unavoidable in modern life, but it doesn’t have to get you down. Work, money and family all create daily stress, while bigger issues like politics and terrorism contribute to our underlying stress levels. But approach it the right way, and it won’t rule your life — it can even be good for you. […]

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How do circadian rhythms work?

Trouble sleeping? You can blame your circadian rhythm for that… As we are primarily active during daylight hours, our bodies have evolved a schedule for different metabolic processes to make sure we use energy in the most efficient way. Muscle performance and reaction times are optimised during the day, while tissue repair and memory formation […]

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