Workplace Wellbeing

We know you have come to a decision that you need support with your wellbeing strategy, sometimes the conclusion is a training need.

Our job at Team CHAMPS is to understand what the root cause really is. We can help provide a solution (which of course sometimes is training!) that will work with that root cause, rather than any number of presenting symptoms around the patch.

There is often so much more at play than anyone realises and when you are in a system you don´t necessarily see it objectively.

Our job, in the exploration, is to bring that objective pair of eyes.

We ask questions that might seem silly, that haven´t necessarily been asked for quite a long time, allowing us to bring a very different perspective to you.

We then understand your organisation from a different viewpoint allowing us to provide a holistic solution, as opposed to just going with the initial presenting factors.

Leaders are responsible for wellbeing in their organisations. Fundamentally the culture, whether or not an employee feels cared about, is the responsibility of leadership.

There are on average 240 working days in a year. If CHAMPS delivers training, maybe somebody is with us for half a day leaving 239.5 days. That is when wellbeing really matters in an organisation.

That’s when, as an employee, I know this organisation cares about me or not. Leaders have a responsibility to manage that part of it and that’s what our Phoenix programme aims to do.

Phoenix aims to help leaders understand the holistic part of a wellbeing strategy to see that yes, those components may well come in to play are important but how they are wrapped up together; how they are embedded and integrated with strategic oversight.