Creating a health and wellbeing strategy that resonates with your employees and sticks is no mean feat. We’re here to support, 2021’s calendar has engaging content that’ll help employees find their feelgood, seeking to encourage positive behaviour changes that can help them both at work and play.
2020 taught us many things; and we’re taking our learnings and your feedback into 2021. Look out for:
More Line Manager focused content.
More digital assets and campaign creative.
Flexibility to add and share your targeted campaigns
Greater agility; content developed and released in
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You’ll be able to download all the materials here or via YourHQ. 2021’s calendar focuses on 3 key topic areas; Mind, Body and Self. Click on the links after each batch release date to download.
Ways we can boost our mental wellbeing. From tips on avoiding burnout, to supporting children’s mental health and positive approaches to dealing with feeling isolated.
Keep your body healthy, we’ll cover the benefits of being outdoors, ways to boost your energy, and more to help make positive, lasting change.
Self-care hints and tips. Help your teams to help themselves and be better placed to support others too.
We can’t promise to cater for any immediate requests; but we welcome thoughts, feedback and suggestions – who knows it might form an inclusion in a future batch or 2022 planning.
Keep your workforce fit, well and fired up about staying healthy, lets build your wellbeing programme together.
Take a look at our experts' articles for some great hints and tips to help you find your Feelgood Health. Some of the topics highlighted include nutrition, starting a fitness journey and looking after your mental health.
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