A mixture of performance coaching, neuro-linguistic programming and positive psychology
A simple and fun way to improve people’s happiness at work (and outside of work). In our high-quality and engaging e-learning course, we give you a toolkit of skills that you can use for the rest of your life.
A unique blend of training, coaching and NLP.
Using a mixture of performance coaching tools, positive psychology and NLP (neuro-linguistic programming), we help you ‘reprogramme’ your mind to create habits of thinking and behaving that are more calm, healthy and productive. The effects are long-lasting and have the added bonus of continuing outside of the workplace.
What, exactly, does it involve?
A new skill each week, for 7 weeks. Employees are taken through three or four simple exercises in each session, lasting 30 minutes.
Tailored to individual needs.
Using a coaching approach, participants of our programme are able to gain insight into their own thinking and behavioural processes and make subtle changes that allow a more resilient and calm sense of being.
Since no two people see the world in the exact same way, this approach allows people to tailor their practice to their own values, experiences and needs, enabling a more resourceful state for learning.
We are not like other training programmes; we are totally unique. Read more about how we are different here.
By taking participants through a guided 7-week process of building skills, the Feel Great @ Work course avoids the ‘take-it-or-leave-it’ approach that employees have when given free access to an app, where engagement often turns out to be very low.
Feel Great @ Work differs by teaching people and allowing them to practise a broad range of approaches (including mindfulness) to building mental health. Participants can then choose their preferred tools to continue with after the course is over.
Who is it for?
Our training programme is designed to suit employees of all job sectors and work environments.
The Feel Great @ Work course can sit nicely alongside many other approaches, for example Mental Health First Aiders or other programmes that improve mental or physical health.
What if I decide I don’t want the course after buying it?
Let us know within 14 days of purchase, and we will give you a refund in full, no questions asked.
The course requires only 30 minutes a week which is much less than almost any other approach. For example, mindfulness requires your employees to do it for at least 20 minutes a day (forever) to be effective. Similarly, exercise programmes will require much more than thirty minutes a week. Every approach to improving wellbeing and health will require some kind of focused action and change. If you are not willing to help your employees make time to improve their health, or your employees are too stressed to find time, you might need to have a rethink about your expectations. There is a lot of research showing a clear and substantial return on investment in workplace mental health.
Ok, I’m on-board with it. How can I ensure my team can find time for it?
Our current clients have found that designating part of a current meeting or professional development time for wellbeing and getting everyone to do the course during this time slot has kept people on track.