We partner with HR teams
HR teams have conflicting demands on their time and attention. They can often struggle to find a balance between taking a strategic approach and responding to an immediate crisis.
Our training and coaching programmes support HR to become a stronger, more effective team that doesn’t just fight fire but leads the way in employee wellbeing while also operating as a valued and strategic partner within the organisation.
HR can be helped with…
When you’re introducing new people policies and practices and you need your people to embrace a new way of working, we can build training solutions to ensure buy-in.
We provide training for managers to help embed compliance around:-
- Absence management
- Disciplinary & grievance procedures
- Equality & diversity
- Return to work interviews
- Recruitment & selection
Wellbeing should be at the top of every workplace agenda. And the route to this is presenting a clear picture of how mental health and wellbeing can impact employee engagement and productivity. We achieve this by supporting HR to:
- Assess workplace wellbeing against HSE and NICE guidelines
- Create an action plan for sustaining a culture of wellbeing in the organisation
- Measure wellbeing and business performance indicator data
- Promote HR projects on the business agenda
- Attain and maintain buy-in from key stakeholders
Our coaching service helps HR teams to join the dots and present stakeholders with a lock-tight case for prioritising workplace wellbeing – and the bottom-line cost of ignoring it. Through working together, HR can assess the company’s business needs, create a strategy to address wellbeing and align their plans with the overall aims and objectives of the organisation.
To find out more about our HR services, please call us on 01954 267640 or drop us an email
‘Jacqui was engaged to provide wellbeing at work training for heads of department. The training was inventive, interesting and challenging and I highly recommend it to other organizations seeking stress management, wellbeing or management training. Jacqui also provided personal counselling to a member of staff, who reported that it had been very useful.’
HR manager, King’s College, Cambridge