Pictured at the launch of Glandore’s new wellness and personal development workshops in Arthur House is Nial Borthistle of Glandore with Olivia Cleland, founder of Actual Impact, nutritional therapist Claire Clerkin from Wiser Working and Nicola Woods, Community Executive, Glandore.
The workshops will cover important wellness topics including avoiding Alzheimer’s disease, eating for energy and boosting your immune system. Personal development workshops will cover resilience, strategic networking and creating a work life balance. These workshops are part of Glandore’s wider wellness & personal development initiative focusing on wellbeing in mind, body, life and finances.
Nial Borthistle, business development manager at Glandore said:
“It’s great to have Olivia and Claire onboard to offer our members a range of modern and innovative services which will create a healthier and confident workplace. As a family business, we treat all of our members as extended family and we care deeply about supporting our members’ growth and development, both professionally and personally.
Promoting a culture of wellbeing and personal development in the workplace not only benefits employees but it has a strong connection to costs. A healthier workplace helps drive down the bottom line with 77% of Glandore member companies agreeing that a health and wellness programme has led to reduced absenteeism.”