A good wellbeing strategy identifies and tracks the levers that will create the most impact for your organisation.
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Enabling you to make a strategic, data-driven investment in your approach to mental health and wellbeing is our mission, and our business.
Workplace mental health and wellbeing has climbed up the agenda for many organisations recently, yet the definition of wellbeing is often unclear. And that affects the clarity of your goals. So, what does wellbeing at work really mean?
We know it stretches far beyond on-site gyms and free fruit, and we think we’ve summed it up pretty well with four simple words – ‘Good Day at Work’. All of us intuitively understand what a Good Day at Work looks and feels like. For us, it is meaningful, personal and within reach for everyone.
PHILIP CHIN, PRESIDENT EUROPE, PUBLICIS HEALTH
"The relationship with Robertson Cooper has been great. Without them we would never have achieved what we have achieved so far. They have been a true partner. Understanding our needs and navigating our organisation is not easy but they have done it with real professionalism, flexibility, grace and patience. I have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending them to you. Publicis Groupe has undoubtedly benefited from their robust evidence-based approach and we will be continuing to work with them."
From helping you to ‘make some noise’, through to delivering a fully managed wellbeing strategy build – we’ll gear up your organisation, and your people, to thrive.
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Take it all in
Being strategic about wellbeing means taking in the full breadth of the ecosystem; knowing what levers to pull to make positive shifts to your culture and, ultimately, to deliver more Good Days at Work. A good strategy looks right across your business to assess and progress all areas that influence the experience of a Good Day at Work, driven by valid and relevant data. At Robertson Cooper, we use a proven and accessible guiding framework to confidently direct the activity that needs to take place to drive real cultural change:
Equipping your people to deal healthily with the demands of their work.
Preparing your managers to confidently address the wellbeing of their teams.
Setting your organisational infrastructure up to create the right environment for well employees.
BEN MOSS, MANAGING DIRECTOR, ROBERTSON COOPER
“We create workplace wellbeing that sticks by addressing wellbeing holistically and strategically, reinforced by robust scientific research. Wherever your organisation is at with mental health and wellbeing, our primary aim is to help you navigate the right path, to bring out and enable your vision for role it plays in working life and maximise the returns on your investment.”