In our ‘Thrive for Business’ bespoke programs we work closely with you and your organisation to develop and train your employees in a number of ways. This can be through our leadership programmes, supporting managers to manage change and handle pressure and stress, or with our wider approach to health and wellbeing, equipping all staff with unique tools to boost their resilience levels.
Our business training programs are bespoke and individual to each organisation we work with, after all each business is completely unique. We work with you to understand your organisation’ strategic needs and then deliver a bespoke solution to match.
Why your organisation needs Thrive
Whether you are in the private or public sector, Thrive is a cost effective, flexible solution to support your employees in building resilience and their personal wellbeing.
Our solution is built on the foundations of latest research in psychology, stress management, nutrition, physical and mental health.
Taking a full 360 approach and with a unique mix of online courses, face to face workshops, demonstrations and 1:1 coaching, we design and deliver bespoke solutions that are right for your organisation and budget.
Why pay attention to wellbeing?
Occupational stress poses a risk to most businesses and the cost of compensation being awarded is increasing. If you get it wrong, there is no upper limit for employee compensation under disability discrimination law, which incorporates stress.
ACAS now outline mental health problems cost the UK economy £30billion a year through lost productivity, recruitment and absence. In 2016, CIPD reported annual absence costs per employee as £522, with 2015 figures from the HSE giving a cost to UK Plc of over £12billion a year, with work related stress leading to 10.4 million days lost. The Office for National Statistics in the UK now state that 137 million work days were lost in 2016 due to sickness and injury.
The Mental Health Foundation estimate nearly 3 in every 10 employees will experience a mental health problem in any one year, with work–life imbalance being one of the main causes of mental ill-health.
In addition to this, our own research completed in January 2015, identified the most adverse effect on morale is poor work-life balance, followed closely by employees and colleagues being made redundant.
About Thrive and Morgan Redwood
As a sister company in the delivery of Thrive to organisations, Morgan Redwood provides specialist services in People Strategy and HR services, Transformational Leadership programmes and managing change, including handling pressure and stress, and 1:1 and team coaching.
Thrive and Morgan Redwood were founded by Janice Haddon. Janice has over 25 years experience in HR, business consultancy and coaching. A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, with a BSc (Hons) in Psychology, an MA in Psychotherapy and an MBA from Henley Management College, Janice is also a Master Practitioner in NLP, a Cognitive Hypnotherapist and a Psychotherapy Counsellor. Janice is currently studying nutrition and is also working towards a PhD in Organisational Health and Wellbeing.
Whilst having utilised a 360 approach to her own wellbeing for a number of years and gaining huge benefits from it, Janice is currently dealing with the debilitating condition of Chronic Lyme Disease, other co-infections, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia. The 360 approach is how Janice is managing her health and searching for a solution for Lyme disease and other autoimmune conditions that currently have no cure.