What was Wellbeing Works?
Wellbeing Works was an exciting opportunity for Devon based businesses, employees and individuals to benefit from the tools, techniques and inspiration needed to prioritise and develop wellbeing and resilience during the pandemic recovery period.
Why Wellbeing and Resilience?
Wellbeing and resilience are at the heart of Devon’s ability to survive, recover and thrive. If we look after ourselves and our teams we can all reap the personal and professional benefits.
"Together, by prioritising wellbeing, we can thrive."
Please read our impact report below to find out what we achieved in the project.
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What did Wellbeing Works offer people?
We offered free 1:1 wellbeing check-ins and workshops for Devon based businesses (SMEs), employees and individuals over 18.
1:1 wellbeing check-ins (online or phone)
We invited people to take time out of their day to prioritise their wellbeing with one of our trained team members to;
- take stock of their wellbeing and share their challenges
- feel inspired to take positive steps towards greater wellbeing
- be signposted to resources and support for their wellbeing journey.
We hosted a wide range of inspiring and informative wellbeing workshops that took place throughout the year to support people to prioritise their wellbeing. These included;
- providing the motivation and equipment to boost people's wellbeing by tapping into the inspiration and experience of a range of wellbeing speakers sharing tools, techniques and motivation.
- exploring key areas of workplace wellbeing from stress and resilience to relationships and energy in order to navigate with renewed wellbeing.
- discussing the wellbeing challenges of specific sectors (eg hospitality and tourism, retail construction and wellbeing).
- hearing from inspiring speakers from within the sector and engaging in discussions around how challenges can be addressed whilst maintaining wellbeing.
who was wellbeing works for?*
- Small Medium Enterprises and their employees: (including social enterprises and sole traders) that employed less than 250 employees
- Individuals over 18 who were either feeling isolated, facing redundancy, unemployed, returning to work after furlough/home working or are essential workers
- Individuals 18-24 who were not in education, employment or training
* Devon (excluding Plymouth and Torbay)
How can I find out more?
If you have any questions about the Wellbeing Works program, please contact Victoria Grimberg email@example.com
Wellbeing Works was funded by Devon County Council and managed by Devon Communities Together.