Modern workplaces are changing rapidly, driven by disruptive digital technology which has forced whole industries to transform their business models. Over the last decade, we have seen revolutions in media, music, retail, financial services, IT, travel, hospitality, food and drink. Every industry has and will
In June 2016, we ran the fourth RBI Corporate Living Well Experience, a 3 day event designed to inspire and empower RBI’s employees to build their own, personal toolkits to help them reduce risk by helping their bodies be more resilient. It took place on
People often tell me that they hate running, or they can’t run, or they can’t run for very long, so I've decided to share an article I penned, which was first published by Men's Running Magazine. I hope it will inspire you to get outside.
Perhaps battling my way across London and arriving in a highly stressed state wasn't the best way to arrive at the Workplace Wellbeing and Stress Summit that took place at the end of last year in London! Across all of the speakers, the underpinning message was
‘When leaders take the opportunity to improve employee wellbeing, they create more engaging places to work and greater returns for the organisation.’ - Arianna Huffington, CEO and Editor-in-Chief, Huffington Post I have always had a passion for health and well-being, and have been on my
I spent most of last Sunday at The Longevity Workshop in London's Bethnal Green hearing the latest insights from one of my heroes: David Wolfe, someone who has certainly influenced my own thinking around food and nutrition. Much of the content validated my own thinking,
Occupational Health Magazine interviewed me for an article on Workplace Wellbeing. The full article is here: Health & Wellbeing At Work - A Three Step Approach Occupation Health Health and Wellbeing at Work
Get started with a 'Wellbeing Agenda' Wellbeing At Work Agenda: 3 ways to make a difference In this video, we talk about how you can get started with a wellbeing agenda that leads to win win situations for both employees and businesses. Put