Corporate Health and Wellbeing
Corporate wellness is at the heart of every company’s success. Juliet has a unique blend of experience and knowledge that enables her to understand a company’s culture and practices. Using this awareness Juliet is able to integrate key changes to improve employee health and wellbeing.Having worked with national and international competing athletes, Juliet has unmatched experience and insight into how physical and mental health support performance. And, whilst the majority of employees probably don’t sprint at a record breaking pace to the office, the translation of the scientific evidence into practice, and the importance of strategies to achieve optimal health and wellbeing, are the same.
Health Management Ltd: Juliet delivered successful nutrition and health advice, webinars and workshops to our key clients. Feedback was always exceptional. Catherine Rowlinson, Senior Account Manager
Nutrition and lifestyle influence every aspect of physical and mental health. Positive nutritional and behavioural changes enable us to improve individual performance, and get more out of life. Improved Performance can benefit each of us on many levels; personal happiness, energy levels, reduced risk of disease, better sleep, improved career focus and more opportunities for success. Unsurprisingly, ‘performance’ reaches into every aspects of our lives.
The health and wellbeing of the individuals working within a company, are the key to that company’s success. Juliet’s specialist advice to improve corporate health and wellbeing, and individual performance, provides one of the most tangible methods available to increase a company’s productivity and success.
Evidence clearly outlines the enormourmity of the economic burden associated with common health ailments such as; obesity, the common cold, diabetes, hypertension and depression. These costs impact each individual company, the national health service and also the global economy. However, the majority of illnesses and disease are modifiable with targeted nutritional interventions.
Health challenges, such as a cold, IBS and poor sleep, frequently result in absenteeism and/or presenteeism. However, both incidence and severity of illness can often be significantly reduced and companies can expect a 300 – 600% return from an investment in a nutritional and lifestyle employee health and wellbeing program.
McDermott, Will & Emery: Juliet’s consultation days are always oversubscribed. Members of staff are hugely impressed with the advice they receive and feel able and motivated to make the necessary changes to improve their health. Katherine Greenway Senior HR Advisor
BT: Juliets lunchtime webinar was superb! Jo Jenkins