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We chose to implement the Workplace Wellbeing programme provided by Bethany Ainsley to offer specialist support in this area whilst also carefully tracking progress. We strongly believe in the importance of investing in your people, they are your most powerful asset.Workplace Wellbeing
When Bethany discussed the possibility of receiving corporate support in the form of a carefully devised wellbeing package, I jumped at the chance. RTC North, a large technology transfer business is now delivering a bespoke volunteering programme for us with Bethany’s expert support.Workplace Wellbeing
We really enjoyed the the Workplace Wellbeing session delivered by Bethany and her team and found it enlightening. The buzz and laughter in the room was lovely to hear and we're sure that our attendees went home with lots of useful hints and tips.Workplace Wellbeing
Bethany has very positive and great energy. Her speech about her journey in business and the importance of the wellbeing of entrepreneurs at Newcastle University Business School was very compelling. The business is definitely of value to many individuals and the community.Speaking & Media
Bethany came to give a very inspirational message at our annual dinner. Her story of taking an idea and turning it into a business was compelling and it was also motivational for the students who had joined our dinner to take part in a special student business awards competition. I’m sure we will be inviting Bethany to speak to our members in the future.Speaking & Media
I knew there would be something great about Bethany as she had recently won young business person of the year. What was brilliant about Bethany was her enthusiasm and modesty in equal measure. Bethany is like a breath of fresh air, she is an excellent role model for women in business with her passion for well being and determination to succeed.Speaking & Media
Reflecting over the past week, I imagine I’m not alone when I begin to feel overwhelmed at the thought of the challenges we have and will continue to face as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Seeing and hearing that most people are being affected in some way by the pandemic brings my attention not only to the businesses I manage, the team and our families but the wider community and those most vulnerable.
Christmas is a wonderful time to embrace the festive cheer however, it can also bring about a number of challenges too, from societal pressures to over indulging in christmas treats. It can also be a time of reflection, bringing about memories of loved ones past and the year that’s gone by.
Have you had an experience recently that’s made you feel incredibly grateful? Perhaps someone close to you had a health scare, you might have walked past a homeless person sleeping on the street, or heard about a colleague going through a rough time.
September is Friendship Month. A person’s friendships can make or break their life, adding to feelings of happiness, and providing health benefits, too.