Wellbeing Workshops, Training and Support

How do you ensure that your workforce is happier, feels supported and is more engaged and why should you?

Studies show that happier employees are more productive and that means better outcomes for your business. Therefore, investing in improving well-being, resilience, stress and change management means that there is improved ability to cope with challenges and stressors of work and life.

It’s not just about improving how your employees feel – it’s about considering the impact that can have – negatively and positively – on your business with issues like presenteeism, absenteeism and attrition.

I offer a range of well-being initiatives which are tailored to your needs and so that we ensure they align with your company values, policies and people.

Flexible Tailored Support


 Delivered through long or short workshops, online training, fact sheets, surveys and policy support your well-being initiatives will ensure that they meet specific outcomes that work to a supported and happier workforce.

The Impact of Staff Wellbeing

Help your employees in the workplace:

Increase Resilience

Manage Change

Improve Work Life Balance


so that they are


More Positive


Less Stressed

Stress management is an essential skill needed in the workplace for both managers and employees. In fact, employers have a legal responsibility to protect employees from stress in the workplace. Stress-related claims are on the increase and the average amount of a claim per client is £100k.

In this fast-paced busy world, stress is a fact of life, however, the impact of too much stress means people feel unable to cope. Long term exposure to stress will impact physical, emotional and mental health – and that will impact your workplace with poor performance, presenteeism, absence and attrition.

Aviva’s Age of Ambiguity Report 2020 said “52% agree the boundaries between their work and home life are becoming increasingly blurred” and “84% say that they would carry on working even if they felt unwell”.

Up to 45% of employees would look for alternative employment if their employer didn’t provide support in relation to mental health, according to Benenden Health 2020. It’s important that as an employer you understand the impact and work to prevent it. The return on investment means you have healthier staff, less absences, reduces presenteeism and you retain your staff for longer.

 Clients I’ve worked with:

Devon NHS Trust
Devon NHS Trust
Devon NHS Trust
Devon NHS Trust
Devon NHS Trust
Devon NHS Trust

43% of employees ranked their mental health as ‘less than good’. Aviva 2020

One way that employers might help is to take the time to uncover and address individual concerns and to provide tailored support for workers, where possible. This then impacts more positively on performance, resilience, positivity and happiness.

There are various factors that can impact wellbeing, which …


Lack of support from line managers


Lack of clarity about role


High workload


Too much responsibility


Organisational changes



Only 24% of employees said their company regularly engages with them on issues of mental health

There are a variety of options to help improve the way your workforce feel and how well they perform at work. If you’d like to discuss the best plan for your organisation, let’s talk.

What happens next?

Book a free call


Discuss your requirements

Bespoke proposal is created


Implementation plan is agreed.

How It Works


1: Determine your requirements


2: Implement your coaching programme


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3: Review Outcomes

Training and Workshop Packages

These are some examples of the most popular workshops and training that I’m providing throughout 2021-22.

Stress Awareness and Stress Management

To ensure there is a clear understand of what can cause stress, spot the signs early, implement tools and tips to prevent reaching crisis point.

Preventing Blurring of Work & Home Boundaries

To help with managing the work and home pressure without becoming exhausted and feeling guilty.

The 6 Key Pillars to Ramp Up Resilience

Sharing key tools, tips and advice so that your people have the ability to increase their resilience in these difficult times.

Handing Emotional Offloads without the Baggage

So that your people don’t end up burnt out or ill from the effects of other people’s negative emotions.

Managing your Mental Wellbeing

So that employees get tools, tips and advice on how to help themselves be well.

Mental Health Awareness for Managers

So that they can spot the signs of mental health issues, be confident handling this and able to signpost effectively.


“Excellent session this morning with Emma Langton with some sound advice on achieving work-life balance with working from home in Covid19.

Routine, self-care and setting boundaries are key.”

Stowe Family Law LLP

Working in Covid19

“Emma’s workshop was highly engaging and thought-provoking. It really highlighted the topic of personal resilience and why it’s so important. Emma gave a great overview alongside real practical advice that could actually be used afterwards.”


Resilience in the Workplace

“Great webinar today from Emma beating the stress of the current situation and dealing with the changes associated with forced working from home.”

Richard, MD

Real People Management

Feeling Overwhelmed?

That feeling of overwhelm can become a negative spiral once it starts.

  • You start to feel out of control
  • There’s too much to do
  • Not enough time to do everything
  • Worry or panic sets in
  • You can’t think clearly and everything seems so difficult
  • Before long, you’re wondering if you can cope at all

This free guide has simple steps to breaking that overwhelm cycle. You can use each step individually or all together. There are 7 simple and straightforward steps to get you out of overwhelm, feeling calm, clear headed and in control.