Health and Wellbeing (“HWB”) Inspiration is a collaborative effort founded by two organisations, PACE and Aspire, to help other organisations achieve a healthy workplace by keeping their staff happy, healthy, and in work. We achieve this through our evidence-based strategic approaches and easy-to-use toolkit, both of which we offer to organisations to provide a bespoke service to suit their needs.
HWBInspiration were commissioned by NHS England and the NHS North West Leadership Academy to work with them to co-produce an interactive guide to take teams on a journey to grow their team wellbeing culture. For more information, click here (pages 14-15).
Just out on Amazon, a new ebook ‘WORKPLACE WELLBEING – 21 lessons for the new world of work’. This is a collection of articles on the organisational & personal aspects of stress and wellbeing. Written by ISMAUK experts. We have contributed Chapter 5 to the book. For an insight into the chapter, see our promotional YouTube. Get your copy of the book here.
HWBInspiration was commissioned by NHS North West Leadership Academy (NHSNWLA) to develop the Healthy Leadership Framework to help you to build a supportive work environment that promotes health and wellbeing. You can now use the framework to inform your healthy leadership behaviours using the NHSNWLA self-assessment toolkit. You can find the Healthy Leadership Framework Self-Assessment here.
HWBinspiration was commissioned by Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership to seek feedback on how the GM wellbeing programme has supported individuals and teams to focus on and enhance their wellbeing. The Partnership also wanted to use the feedback to inform a refresh of their GM Wellbeing Toolkit. The feedback highlighted many benefits, including a greater focus on individual and team wellbeing as a result of accessing the programme. The feedback was well received and informed the re-fresh of the toolkit “HWBInspiration were flexible and responsive to our needs, we appreciated the robust approach they took to the evaluation and provided us with a well-structured and useful report that has helped inform the planning of our programme as we moved into the new Integrated Care Structures”. Details of the GM Wellbeing Programme can be found here.
HWBinspiration was commissioned to make recommendations around how the wellbeing offer for the Primary Care Workforce could be enhanced and made more accessible. A number of recommendations were made based on qualitative and quantitative feedback. The resultant report and recommendations were well received “Well-structured and clear recommendations which can be readily translated into actions” ….“Thank you very much Su, Claire and Louise I have really appreciated the approach you have taken on this and commend you on an excellent final report” to find out more please click here (pages 12-13)