Corporate health and well-being provider Let’s Get Healthy is enabling leaders at fresh food supplier G’s Fresh to thrive by teaching them how to develop rituals to maximise energy, improve sleep and maintain positive psychology.
The campaign, which took place throughout April at the head office near Ely in Cambridgeshire, included a one-hour review of leader’s current health and well-being. The sessions incorporated an individual bio-metric health-check and review of a complete Lifestyle Questionnaire.
Groups of leaders then attended a full day of training to teach them how to develop rituals to maximise energy, improve sleep and maintain positive psychology. Leaders are given three tool kits, animated video’s and telephone coaching for them to cascade the learning to their teams meaning many more colleagues can benefit from the sessions.
G’s Fresh has developed a health and well-being strategy which integrates into its health and safety policy and supports all stages of its colleagues’ careers. The health and well-being element of the Thrive leadership programme was designed in 2016 and is reviewed each year to ensure it supports and is relevant to the G’s Fresh leaders. To date Let’s Get Healthy has delivered training to 60 of its key managers and leaders and will be delivering further Thrive workshops in September.
Beverly Dixon, Group HR Director, G's Fresh, said: "We value the ongoing contribution Let's Get Healthy provides our business. It is important to partner with a business that really cares about our people. It is clear that our combined goal is to elevate the priority of all our leader’s health and well-being, empowering them to thrive in all areas of their work. The health and well-being module is well received and complements the rest of the Thrive programme which ensures we all have the skills and resilience to remain innovative, competitive and happy at home and at work."
Maria Bourke, Managing Director of Let's Get Healthy, said: "It’s a joy to work with G’s Fresh – their continued investment in their people has always been unwavering. The pace of change in their sector in incredible and that coupled with the uncertainty of Brexit means that their colleagues need to be resilient and energised. Each year we work as a true partnership to develop a Thrive module that inspires leaders now and, in the future, to think about their well-being.”
G's Fresh supplies all the major UK and many European retailers with fresh, tasty and healthy produce. Its farms and production facilities are located throughout the UK, Spain, Eastern Europe, USA and South Africa. It has 2,000 employees which increases to over 5,000 seasonal workers and apprentices at peak times.