Helping Business Find Creative Ways to Work Well
We support businesses and schools with creative wellbeing, self-care & mindfulness coaching.
We want every school and workplace to be inclusive and not cause harm to anyone’s physical or mental health.
Our mission is:
-To teach creative and holistic practices to build resilient and healthy schools and businesses
-To grow a network of creative, compassionate business and education leaders.
We believe that people are the most important asset in any organisation, so investing in getting the right solutions to look after them is the key to maximising productivity and sustainability. This doesn’t have to be difficult and can even be fun!
We offer a range of workshops to promote creative thinking, mindfulness and managing stress, and can also provide bespoke coaching to schools and businesses on supporting wellbeing and good mental health.
We can help you find creative solutions to get your teams working well.
No-one can be successful if they neglect to look after themselves.
We will help you learn simple ways to recharge your batteries
Are you ‘mind full’ or mindful?
We will explore what is mindful living, why you need it, and how to do it.
Stress affects our health and performance at work. We will teach you how to recognise your stress triggers and help you build a toolbox of ways to beat them.
Experience the transformative power of art to relax and inspire creative thinking and problem solving.
We provide a range of sesssion types and regular art clubs
What our Clients Say
Having worked with Ann on several projects in Scotland, (including on mental health, promotion Healthy Working Lives and occupational health training) her knowledge, commitment and interpersonal skills have always impressed. To have Ann on the team was always real asset, she is focused on the outcome, delivery on time and ensuring that information provided is correct. Her involvement in organising IOSH at branch level shows a commitment to continued professional development and maintenance of her professional knowledge and skill. I would thoroughly recommend Ann as a contributor to any workplace and in three words – articulate, professional, committed.
Robert Atkinson CFIOSH
Organisational Lead, Scottish Centre for Health Working Lives
Ann provided a first class range of expert services and advice on the full range of health and safety issues relating to school life. Her professional briefing papers ensured that governors and senior managers were able to maintain an up to date knowledge of developments in key areas. She responded quickly to queries and fostered excellent relationships with all colleagues at every level in the organisation. I am happy to be contacted to provide a personal endorsement of Ann’s work
Head of Senior School, Bromsgrove School
An experienced, well networked practitioner who is able to find practical and pragmatic solutions to a wide range of health and safety issues
Health and Safety Advisor, Sheffield Hallam University
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