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    Weel for Business

    Working towards a happy workforce

    People are the centre of any organisation, not policies, strategies, etc. Your people ARE your most important asset!

    You can have the best strategy, interesting training, the most comprehensive policies but if the people do not have emotional intelligence then strategies etc can’t be effectively implemented.

    The Weel Approach for Business improves mental wellbeing and performance in the workplace. A flourishing workforce with healthy mental wellbeing increases the productivity of a company. Building emotional intelligence.

    It’s becoming more and more important for employers to recognise the benefits of investing in the wellbeing of their employees. Research shows that nearly two thirds of UK employees experience stress in their jobs, and, in a CBI survey of over 800 companies, 98% of respondents said mental health should be a company concern. One in 5 people feel they couldn’t tell their boss if they were stressed at work (poll by Mind).

    Why invest in your workforce?

    A successful business is only as good as the people working in it. It doesn’t matter whether you are an SME or a multinational, a thriving business and flourishing employees are more productive. That’s why keeping your employees in good mental shape is so vital.

    • Flourishing people perform 16% better than their colleagues and experience 125% fewer burnouts.*
    • Flourishing employees are 32% more committed to their company.*
    • Studies show that flourishing people are 46% more satisfied with their jobs.*
    * Figures taken from Spreitzer; et al. “Creating Sustainable Performance” Harvard Business Review, Jan 2012, Socially embedded model of thriving at work.

    TWC offers a range of services to help individuals, teams and organisations improve their productivity, happiness and wellbeing at work.

    The individual component parts of the Weel Approach are all thoroughly researched in addition to which, we have years of experience working with businesses.

    Typically, what can we expect by undertaking a Weel Approach?

    • Increased productivity, motivation and engagement levels among staff.
    • Decreased sickness absence.
    • Employees feel emotionally supported.
    • Better and effective leadership.

    The Programme

    The Weel Approach for Business Core Programme helps people to build an internal locus of control, the belief that they have the power to affect what happens to them in their lives.

    People who are more resilient, who feel in control of themselves, who have better self-esteem and who demonstrate self-efficacy, self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills will not only flourish themselves but also help others to thrive too. Studies show that people with these emotional intelligence skills are not only more productive, they are also physically and psychologically healthier, have improved mental wellbeing. The 4 elements of the Core+ Programme  below are of the same duration as the Core Programme with an additional in-depth focus on one of the key elements. Each of the elements may also be taken as a Standalone Shortcourse with a duration of 3 hours.



    Emotional intelligence is a key component of effective and successful leadership; having the ability to know yourself as well as recognise and understand your emotions. Knowing, understanding, and responding to emotions, not becoming overwhelmed, being able to control your anxiety and stress, as well as being aware of how your words and actions affect others, is described as emotional intelligence. The Weel Leadership programme consists of these five attributes; self-awareness, self-management, empathy, relationship management, and effective communication and much more.


    • Know what Emotional Intelligence is and how to recognise it in yourself and others.
    • Gain an awareness of your own emotional quotient or ‘EQ’.
    • Use emotional intelligence to increase personal and interpersonal effectiveness.
    • Understand different leadership styles.
    • Know how to use your new knowledge to become an effective leader.
    • Build your confidence and ability as a leader.

    Working with Teams


    One of the most essential components of the modern business world is teamwork.

    The Weel Approach to Working with Teams introduces you to why successful teams and teamwork are important for productivity and mental wellbeing. It includes discussion around the roles of individuals in a team, what a team is, systems and processes for effective teamwork and communication, and methods for addressing team conflict.

    This programme is an introduction to teamwork skills for all disciplines that will help you improve your own performance and that of your team.


    • In-depth knowledge about teams – types of teams, lifecycle of teams, and what makes a team high performing.
    • How to be an effective team member – commitment, team roles, leadership, listening, communication.
    • Systems and processes for building high performance teams.
    • How to understand and resolve conflict within and between teams.



    Having a high level of business resilience enables you to flourish in the face of setbacks and stressful situations at work and in your personal life.

    The Weel Approach to Resilience will allow you to learn about your capabilities, skills, and self-care practices that contribute to resilience. This will enable you to build up your own resilience so you’re ready to meet challenges at work and in your personal life.


    • An overview of resilience and why it’s important.
    • How to become resilient.
    • Build emotional intelligence.
    • Build resilient self-care practices.
    • Build resilient values and engagement.

    Emotional Intelligence (EI)


    The ability to be in tune with yourself and your emotions, as well as having sound situational awareness, can be a powerful tool for leading a team. The act of knowing, understanding, and responding to emotions, overcoming stress in the moment, and being aware of how your words and actions affect others, is described as emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence consists of these five attributes: self-awareness, self-management, empathy, relationship management, and effective communication.

    The Weel Approach to Emotional Intelligence will help you to have a better understanding of how to make healthy choices based on the ability to identify, understand, and manage your own feelings and the feelings of others.


    • Understand the role and impact of emotion at work.
    • Understand the source and impact of your emotions.
    • Strategies and tactics for managing emotions at work.
    • Finding a trusted mentor to keep you on track.
    • Greater awareness of emotions and the impact of emotion on yourself and others.
    • Understand how to manage those emotions in yourself and others.
    • Develop a range of tools for dealing with emotion in others.
    • Understand how to increase your wellbeing.