In the bustling heart of Lancashire, there’s a conversation that’s gaining momentum – it’s about the genuine wellbeing of our teams. You’ve likely heard of ‘greenwashing,’ but it’s time we address its lesser-known counterpart: ‘wellbeing washing’.
This is when organisations appear to champion staff wellbeing, yet the substance of their actions falls short. A startling 51% of employees feel this disconnect, as revealed by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health.
As we navigate the complexities of modern workplaces, it’s clear that celebrating mental health awareness days isn’t enough when only three in ten employees rate their mental health support as ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’. It’s about cultivating an organisational culture and management style where wellbeing is interwoven with daily operations, not just an isolated strategy.
At Community CVS, we’re stepping up to make a tangible difference. We’re excited to offer FREE Accredited Mental Health First Aid Training, conflict management training and coaching and mentoring workshops to organisations in Lancashire committed to positive mental and physical health outcomes. This initiative isn’t just about ticking boxes; it’s about empowering your teams, enhancing productivity, and nurturing a culture where people truly thrive.
If your organisation operates in Lancashire and doesn’t exceed a turnover of 50 million euros, you are likely to be eligible for fully funded team training.
Imagine having trained champions within your team who can offer a confidential ear and guide those in need to the right support, much like the commendable approach by LISI Aerospace, boasting a 99% retention rate through their culture of involvement, trust, and care.
To take a step towards authentic wellbeing integration and away from ‘wellbeing washing’, reach out to email@example.com or fill out the form below.
We will assess your organisation’s eligibility and schedule your free training, setting the foundation for a healthier, more resilient workforce.
Join us in leading the change and ensuring that the heart of our organisations – our people – are truly supported.
The project is coming to a close this year so reach out now to ensure a place for you team.