Managers play a key role in maintaining and developing wellbeing in your organisation. When managers have the skills, confidence and tools available to them, they can take on this responsibility fully.

Robertson Cooper provide a variety of services, from resilience training for managers to creating high-performing teams, that develop your managers’ capability in wellbeing, both for themselves and their teams.

It's inescapable. When it comes to team wellbeing, the line manager is fundamental.

Professor Sir Cary Cooper, Founding Director

Development & Resilience Training for Managers

Our resilience training for managers and toolkits are designed to provide your senior team with all the practical tools and skills they need to make real change happen.

Equipping managers to stay on top of their own wellbeing provides a firm foundation for them to manage the wellbeing of their team.

  • Building resilience
  • Energy management
  • Wellbeing conversations
  • Stress & pressure management
  • Managing & coping with change
Manager Training & Development

Team Dialogue

Team Dialogue gives managers and their teams the skills they need to thrive.

Our new solution puts health data in the hands of those that can make real change. We support and upskill managers to use real-time insights about the wellbeing of their team. They can then take action and address the key issues with better wellbeing conversations.

  • Support your team to improve productivity
  • Take a proactive approach to wellbeing
  • Reduce stress related absence
  • Encourage an open culture where wellbeing conversations are the norm
  • Equip your managers with the facts around the wellbeing of their people
  • Share responsibility for wellbeing across the organisation

Pressure Points

Pressure Points is a tailored team solution that helps boost the wellbeing of stressed out teams.

Designed to work with teams who are experiencing high levels of sustained pressure, it provides feedback on the specific sources of pressure as well as on the manager’s natural style and impact.

  • Reduce the risk of stress and help to create coping strategies for the future
  • Re-establish the connections in the team
  • Re-evaluate and reconcile the team’s purpose so they are united in their approach
  • Create more Good Days at Work with a practical intervention to get teams out of their rut and feeling confident about their future