Workplace Wellbeing – all employees, performing at their best, for a more innovating and productive business.

Imagine how proactive and creative your business would be if your staff consistently performed at their best, both as individuals and as a team. Of course reality doesn’t work like this, nobody is perfect and all of us must face life’s ongoing challenges. As mental health awareness increases, it is clear that there are many things a business CAN DO to nurture positive employee attitute and engagement. Focused support on the evolving needs of each employee organically contributes towards a healthier, happier, more enlivened and motivating culture – in turn serving the business, its customers and stakeholders.

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4 innovative approaches for better Workplace Wellbeing brought to you from New Leaf …

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“Imagine how much will be achieved when we give our collective mental health similar attention to that which has been invested in physical health over the last 100 years! Let’s start today!”

Becky Wright, New Leaf Founder
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Invest in your greatest asset … your people!

Engaging in one, or all, of our Workplace Wellbeing services allows individual employees, at all levels, to safely explore the issues and blocks that arise for them – those often unconscious problems that prevent us truly giving our best or prevent us simply functioning appropriately in the work environment. Focus is structured in a manner that invites employees to take responsibility and be proactive in bringing positive change to their experience of reality. Common topics include …

stress at work (caterpiller)
bullying in the workplace (bindweed)
Anxiety
ptsd (venus fly trap)
imposter syndrome (leaf insect)
work place anger (cactus)
family problems (bean pods
money problems (money tree)
drug alcohol dependancy (cannabis)
bereavement and loss at work (dead leaf)
health injury diet (decaying leaf)
relationship problems (ivy)

What employers have said...

Petroc has utilised the services and expertise of New Leaf Workplace Wellbeing to deliver Pop-up wellbeing sessions. These bespoke, client centred sessions, providing staff with 1:1 support & guidance, have been well received by staff. The impact has been tangible with staff working through matters, which may have resulted in a prolonged absence from the workplace without intervention.

Sheena Murphy-Collett
Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development, Petroc

Taunton School has worked in partnership with New Leaf Workplace Wellbeing for a number of years. We have also seen a positive impact on our working environment and I would highly recommend this to any other organisation as a neutral and nurturing space for employees to release anxiety, to find a way forward and to reenergise.

Johanne Pavey
HR Director, Taunton School

We were delighted to commission New Leaf Workplace Wellbeing to deliver a series of Pop Up Wellbeing sessions. The feedback from the sessions was extremely positive and staff valued having an outside organisation working in such a supportive way. Staff commented upon the professional delivery and how helpful the strategies shared with them were.

Ethna Bashford
Director of Patient Care,
Somerset Partnership NHS Trust

About New Leaf and our Associate Model

New Leaf Workplace Wellbeing provides counselling and coaching services for SMEs in Somerset, Devon and beyond. We focus on growth and change in a caring, fully supported environment.

Established by Becky Wright in 1992, New Leaf has developed an excellent reputation for a compassionate, supportive and trustworthy ability to help individuals, and in turn businesses, grow and flourish.

Just as a leaf unfolds, grows toward the light becoming stronger and stronger, so the New Leaf Workplace Wellbeing services help effect lasting change, starting at the core by building self-awareness and self-belief, helping people become more resilient in their working and personal lives.

To meet the growing needs of the organisations we serve, we have developed an ‘associates model’. All New Leaf associates have been specially selected to work with a modern approach and are fully accredited members of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), Association for Coaching or The National Counselling Society.

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A green community heart

The principle upon which New Leaf is founded is one of enabling people to flourish by overcoming the issues that can affect their working life, their relationships, personal well-being and the ability to contribute positively to their work and local community. This is achieved, of course, via the counselling and coaching services we deliver each day directly to individuals. But we strive each year to do more than simply deliver on our promise to our paying clients; our aim is to work in partnership with local groups and individuals to help build local economic, social and environmental sustainability and make a meaningful contribution to the people, organisations and the environment in and around Sedgemoor. In short, all New Leaf’s business practices are designed and delivered with a real and genuine determination to benefit both individual clients, their employer and the wider society within which the business operates.

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For more information or to discuss your particular requirement call or text New Leaf today on 07590 684888 or email Becky Wright directly on [email protected]

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