With Businesses & Organisations

Make a Move brings its unique approach to wellbeing to work with businesses and organisations, boosting individual and team performance, de-stressing employees and improving motivation.

Make A Move is committed to helping businesses and organisations prevent and decrease stress and spread a little happiness in the workplace.

We work with business to address their specific needs and tailor a programme accordingly.
This programme can include:

• Weekly workshops, over a number of weeks, using a combination of creative approaches including movement, mindfulness* and music to get staff energised, focused, motivated and happy. We concentrate on developing the tools people will need to maintain this new outlook, manage their stress, and make a positive improvement towards a happier future.

• One-off day or half day sessions to address specific issues, or kick-start a programme

• One-to-one sessions to address individual needs relating to resilience and performance

For employers the benefits are a more focused, committed, motivated and re-energised team.

For employees the benefits are more confidence, motivation, better sleep and work-life balance, as well as feeling their employer cares about them.


* For more on mindfulness in the workplace click here

What to do next

Get in touch with us to hear more about our workplace approach, or to book and plan your own bespoke sessions.

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Facts & stats on employee wellbeing


IoD Policy Report March 2017: A little more conversation
Mental health in the changing world of work

from the Institute of Directors.

IoD members recognise that good mental health is crucial for their business. Recommendations in this report include “Business leaders should institute formal mental health and wellbeing policies”

Make a Move can help you with this. Our programmes to improve employee wellbeing and productivity can help you fulfil organisational and national wellbeing targets.

Mental Health in the Workplace Factsheet

from the Safety & Health Practitioner.
We can support workplaces to address points 3, 4 and 6 (Support, Relationships and Change) in this guidance.

Interesting articles

The culture of silence around mental health in the workplace must end

The Guardian 4 October 2016

Calm under pressure?

The Guardian 10 July 2017

The benefits of integrating workplace wellbeing into performance management

Sad stats – how having an unmotivated, un-engaged workforce can affect your business

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  • Stress, depression or anxiety accounts for 11.3 million lost working days in the UK per year
  • 1 in 4 people in work are suffering
  • With an average of 23 days per case, the cost implications for employers are significant
  • Stress is a significant issue throughout the teaching profession.  A recent survey by the NASUWT teaching union indicated 83% of members had reported workplace stress, and 67% said their job had adversely impacted their mental or physical health
    • A health-promoting workplace can result in a return on investment of at least £2.50 for every £1.00 spent and reduced sickness absence of between 12 and 36%  (PricewaterhouseCoopers 2008)

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