Business Wellbeing AwardFor Adults
The Art of Brilliance Wellbeing Award is a programme designed to equip your organisation with the knowledge and skills to help your staff take charge of their own mental health. The results? A more positive, inspired workforce that spend more time being productive and feeling well.
Our programme provides...
- A flourishing toolkit
- An accredited wellbeing award
- Bite-size modules
- In person, virtual or blended delivery
- Tools that empower staff to take charge of their own mental health
- Reduces absence and ‘presenteeism'
How is the WELLBEING AWARD structured?
The Art of Brilliance WELLBEING AWARD is a 9-hour programme comprising 6 modules, each mapped against the building blocks that enable human flourishing: Positive Emotion, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning, Accomplishment and Health.
Although the PERMAH model has a strong academic underpinning – its DNA is taken from the latest thinking in areas of psychology, resilience, wellbeing and human flourishing - the WELLBEING AWARD is delivered with a deliberately light touch.
The aim is to deliver a fun and interactive programme that includes a host of practical and do-able wellbeing strategies that are applicable at work and home.
Programme delivery is totally flexible. Our ‘wellbeing 6-pack’ can be a 1.5 day workshop, or 3 x half days, or 6 virtual sessions, or a blend thereof.
What does the adult WELLBEING AWARD look like?
The modules comprise the best of ‘Art of Brilliance’ business content, shaped around the internationally recognised PERMAH model.
An introduction to Positive Psychology that includes some simple science but no big words. Thought-provoking and engaging, this module begins the transition to ‘best possible self’ at work and home. We introduce some early lessons on positive emotion, resilience, and gratitude.
The most optimistic surveys suggest that only 18% of employees are actively engaged. The rest are a mix of ‘disinterested’ and ‘actively disengaged’. Employee engagement is the key to organisational success, and engagement starts with yourself. This module examines how to raise your levels of enthusiasm and passion for life, and how to raise your personal bar to ‘best possible self’ more often. It includes elements of strengths and flow.
We live in a virtual world, yet research shows that strong social bonds – real life relationships - are the biggest factor in mental health. This session focuses on how to create positive human connections. It’s less about followers and more about relationships. This module includes information on positive communication as well as a host of top tips to maintain good quality relationships, starting with the most important connection of them all – you with yourself.
This module goes back to basics, daring to ask a fundamental question... why do you do what you do? Doing it for the money is fine. That will get compliance. If you want to thrive, you need to tap into inspiration. This module seeks to connect (or re-connect) people with their purpose and allow them to make authentic and valued contributions.
Too many people are languishing. It’s easy to get stuck in a rut of sameness. This module acknowledges the brevity of life and suggests that if you’re going to rise, you may as well shine. Accomplishment raises the aspirational bar. Individuals will find willpower and ‘way-power’ by learning how to set inspiring goals. It takes the core messages of engagement, flourishing, resilience and personal responsibility, and looks at embedding them in everyday actions.
In a world dominated by screen time, this module challenges employees to look around at what everyone else is doing, and NOT do that! Physical and mental health are connected so this module is a reminder to get the basics right. Eat, move and sleep are ‘keystone habits’ that provide a launch pad for physical and mental health. This module also introduces some key concepts of mindfulness and ‘being in the moment’.
Everyone can benefit from a reminder of the basics of human flourishing. Thus, the WELLBEING AWARD is appropriate for every member of staff. Organisations may also consider it as the ‘next level’ for those who’ve already attended a Mental Health First Aid course (or similar).
The investment depends on a few things, like the size of your organisation and the number of staff completing the programme, so reach out to us and we'll be able to give you a quote specific for your organisation. The fee includes programme design, delivery, assessment, and certification, as well as access to our bank of supporting resources.
Yes, the WELLBEING AWARD is available as a 9-hour in-company programme. It can be delivered as a 1.5 day workshop, 3 x half days, 6 webinars, or a combination thereof.
Yes, we're planning to run the WELLBEING AWARD as an open programme for individuals, delivered online. Details on this product will be available on our website in Summer 2023.
Our view is that the WELLBEING AWARD is suitable for everyone. If staff are struggling with their mental health, they should already have support in place. This programme does not replace that support, it runs alongside it. This 9-hour programme will act as a reminder of some the basics of self-care and self-compassion.
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