Leeds Wellbeing Week is fully embraced by Corecom Consulting
This year, as part of the Health and Wellbeing Strategy at Corecom Consulting, employees actively signed up to take part in events and workshops for Leeds Wellbeing Week.
Gemma Robinson, Operations Director at Corecom Consulting, said:
“At Corecom Consulting we are passionate about the health and wellbeing of our team and this year we actively encouraged employees to participate in Leeds wellbeing week. Lucile from MindIt organised some fantastic events, which the team and I thoroughly enjoyed.
“Internally, the team took part in a wellbeing themed sales game where some of the prizes included; massages, facials, graze snack boxes and sports equipment. Some of the team swapped public transport for cycling to work too, a great way to boost productivity levels.”
To kick start the week, Georgie Lynskey and Julie Mombielova attended a workshop on ‘Communicating with Less Conflict’ which involved thought-provoking topics on growth and overcoming limiting beliefs. It provided practical techniques and learnings on how best to deal with stress and enhance confidence.
Employees also enjoyed a healthy Lean Lunch and presentation on Nutrition for Everyday Living by Nutritional Therapist, Lisa Chothia. They were taught to understand the benefits of good nutrition for wellness which can affect gut health and immunity.
Myles Dacres, Recruitment Consultant, said:
“I thought the talk was very beneficial and I took a lot from it, including how to eat better and improve my energy and mood as well as mental performance. I’ll definitely be eating healthier and smarter now, just by adding berries and more colours to my meals, to help balance blood sugar levels and improve concentration at work.”
Additional wellbeing activities organised by Corecom Consulting and undertaken by the team included:
- Lunch time Pilates sessions
- Health shots
- Free fruit
- Picnic in the park
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