The Wellbeing Intervention

Even the most successful people, the best leadership, the strongest teams need help on occasion and our One Day Wellbeing Intervention can provide that help with high impact


Why us?

Christopher has over a decade of working in ever increasing roles of managerial responsibility across the globe with some of the world’s largest organisations. Successfully undertaking internationally recognised leadership training programmes, mentoring and coaching. He is qualified to deal with the full spectrum of personal development, from striving to fulfil ones upmost potential to addressing regular mental health issues such as stress, anxiety.

Experience of hiring, firing, managing several rounds of redundancy, (even) managing his own redundancy, managing through significant change regimes including acquisition, dealing with relocation & cultural shift, amongst crisis management and many other incredibly insightful professional experiences. This makes building rapport with corporate clients less of an obstacle for Christopher.

Christopher has CIPD Level 7 Advanced Award in Resourcing and Talent Management providing an appreciation for human resource management and employee engagement strategy.

In a 2016 global survey by the ICF and PWC it was established that a large majority of individuals or organisations using executive coaching expect their coaches to be certified or credentialed . The Harvard Business Review has gone one step further and identified that in order to front up against today’s ever mounting psychological and physiological challenges in the work place, “organisations should require that coaches have some training in mental health issues.”

(see ‘The Founder’ section for full list of qualifications and accreditations)

Organisations we have worked with


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The vast majority of executives are unlikely to ask for help and may even be unaware that they have certain problems but one in four people suffering from poor mental health say work is the primary cause. As high risk individuals, it has been found that between 25% and 50% of those seeking coaching have clinically significant levels of anxiety, stress and/or depression. The links between work and mental wellbeing should be proactively addressed.


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