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At We Talk Wellbeing, we empower, coach and train organisations, corporate teams and individuals to become more proactive in life and business with skills and practices that create long-lasting change.Contact Us
Tailored and integrated training and coaching solutions for individuals, teams, leaders and organisations.
Our Wraw® Master Practitioners deliver positive, long-lasting impact on employee resilience and wellbeing, creating positive change in physical and mental health.
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Your all-in-one digital platform for wellbeing education and self-development.
We believe healthy employees create healthy businesses.
By investing in educating, engaging and empowering your people, they grow and your business grows too.
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At We Talk Wellbeing, we offer a range of virtual, in-person and self-study programmes and training courses, both accredited and non-accredited, for individuals and corporate organisations.
We're experts at creating and delivering bespoke solutions to help you live well and work well, supporting your personal and business goals.
Resilience is an essential skill for life in our busy, modern world and without it, it's easy to become mentally and physically stressed, exhausted and sick.
Building resilience requires consistent daily action on multiple levels; working on our body, mind and soul to create a sense of alignment, strength and courage.
Our biggest hurdle is usually ourselves.
When we learn to get out of our own way, amazing opportunities for growth appear in our lives.
Events and Keynote Speeches
Looking for a speaker to inspire and motivate your audience?
We Talk Wellbeing are experienced, motivating and passionate international speakers known for their inspiring talks, presentations and workshops about mindset psychology, resilience and wellbeing.
Based in Jersey, Channel Islands and the UK, the team have a wealth of experience across multiple industries in both the public and private sector.Contact Us
The mental health stigma in the workplace
A report by Deloitte showed that the cost to employers of poor mental health from absenteeism, presenteeism and labour turnover increased by 25% in 2020-2021, compared to 2019 figures.
The stigma around mental health is one of the reasons that employees may not want to take time off for their mental health, even though they would benefit from the break.
Workplace stress and burnout affects the quality of employees' work and productivity. Long hours, increased stress and job insecurity have a detrimental effect on quality of life and are, in part, leading to the Great Resignation.
Visit our Resilience page to find out more about workplace coaching for individuals, teams, leaders and organisations.
David Crossland, Head of Organisation Development, JEC
I have worked with Glenda over a number of years across many different wellbeing initiatives and have always found her to be a clear expert in the field. More recently, working with We Talk Wellbeing to deliver wellness and resilience training to our employees, I can honestly say that the difference Glenda has made (and will no doubt continue to make) is tangible, visible, and clear. The tools Glenda is able to draw on, whether established processes such as WRAW or her own expertise as an expert coach, offer very practical ways of addressing individual and organisational wellbeing to make positive, lasting change really happen. An amazing, supportive stakeholder to work with, who cares deeply about seeing individuals thrive!
Jennie Bronte-Hearne, Wellbeing Consultant, Standard Bank
We are passionate about the well-being of our employees, particularly in light of the additional challenges presented during and post the pandemic. We Talk Wellbeing were able to provide real-life data on the current well-being and resilience of our people using Wraw® psychometric testing. This valuable insight allowed them to develop a bespoke six-week resilience coaching programme that achieved strong employee engagement and delivered meaningful content and exercises which inspired, moved, and motivated our employees. The programme empowered real, sustainable change, evidenced by the end-of-course participant progress measurements and feedback. It is the second time we have engaged We Talk Wellbeing to provide their expertise in resilience at all levels of the organisation, and we look forward to working with them on future projects.
I reached out to Emma at a time where I felt like I'd lost all confidence returning to work after maternity leave and lockdown. Emma instantly made me feel at ease and we worked through each session addressing what was going on for me. After my sessions came to an end I'm left feeling much more myself again. My mindset has totally shifted and I feel back in control. I'd recommend Emma to anyone looking to regain confidence and clarity.
Anne McConomy, Care Hub
At Care Hub we have received some amazing workshops for our care team from Glenda. They were energetic, relevant and extremely well received by our staff, the feedback was so positive. Glenda supported our conference this year as our keynote speaker. She wowed the crowd of approx.100 attendees with a fun, engaging and extremely informative session on wellbeing. She created a session that was interactive and targeted specifically to the audience. The feedback was fantastic.
At Care College, Glenda worked with our team on a 1:1 basis and provided a level of support, guidance and uplifting advice which was invaluable. Using Glenda has proven invaluable to provide staff support and guidance, embed Wellbeing within our team and show staff we care and want the best for them whilst getting the best out of them.
Emma has a talent for deep listening. She created a very safe and supportive space for me that was not bound by or directed by the data from Wraw®. On the contrary, the instrument became very secondary to my needs on the day. Her deep listening and challenging questions helped me understand and explore aspects of my behaviour I had not previously recognised. Thank you Emma, you had an impact much greater than you may know.
Do you take regular breaks?
I hear more and more people say that they work for 8 hours without taking a break! Considering research shows us that people who work less hours actually live longer, it’s a rather big incentive don’t you think?
Whether you work in a busy office or spend most of your day working remotely from your kitchen, taking regular breaks is good for your physical and mental health, and will boost your productivity and reduce the risk of burnout or sickness.
Change your life today!
The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) Level 3 Diploma in Health & Wellbeing Improvement (Supporting Behaviour Change in Professional Practice) is now open for enrolment.
Here's what one of our recent students said: "The two lead tutors are very knowledgeable, friendly and super supportive, offering 1-1 sessions for each unit. It has been a wonderful opportunity to meet people from various sectors and learn from them and their experiences." - Selina Zenonos
Wellbeing Report 2021
Our findings in the Channel Islands Wellbeing Report 2021 demonstrate that individual wellbeing factors - such as resilience, happiness and lifestyle - were all correlated with levels of stress.
Research shows that high stress is linked to lower resilience and reduced productivity. Creating a healthy, happy, resilient workforce is the key to success. Download a free copy of the report to see how your organisation compares and find out how you can make a difference to your people.