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opportunities for 'lift'

when considering the culture in your workplace, it can be hard to see the wood for the trees


Whether you're just starting out and want some help and support in how and why to do that; or you've already got some tools and programmes and want support to tie them all together and fill in the gaps; we would love to talk to you about how we could help.

In our four-year history of working with organisations on projects covering culture, management & leadership and colleague wellbeing, we've delivered workshops; created wellbeing-led employee journeys; conducted wellbeing audits; created wellbeing strategies and programmes; we've run in-house training and coaching courses; we've held sessions just for Trustees; we've supported the reintegration of furloughed colleagues; and we've created lots of resources for hybrid working wellbeing.

If you know you want to do something about the wellbeing of your colleagues, but that's about all you know - we're happy with that.  It shows care and intention. We can work with you from here.

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brand new for January 2023

We know the quickest way to have the biggest impact with our work is to work with senior leadership teams to help identify wellbeing challenges and reduce / remove their impact right across the organisation, which  benefits ALL colleagues

Having now worked directly with 17 notprofit organisations on specific workplace wellbeing projects, we now have a tried and tested formula that we know helps organisations make a great start, and provides a simple framework, to their workplace wellbeing journey

we're looking for 10 organisations...

that also want to improve workplace wellbeing

to work with us over a 10-month period in 2023

(all of the work in the first month is ours)

to put in place their own workplace wellbeing programme

At the end of the project you get

An ongoing, embedded workplace wellbeing programme that is yours,

informed by your colleagues,

addressing real challenges in your workplace,

enabling ongoing improvement for your organisation,

committing to better wellbeing for everyone

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how do we work?

Our consultancy and project work is all about the detail

And we want to make sure that the detail we get isn't just from one source.

Initially we have a chat about how things are currently and what you want to achieve. If we do work together we will then speak to everyone involved to get a 360degree view of the situation.

Rarely do we simply just do the thing we're asked for. In most cases, the thing we're asked for isn't going to deliver the outcome you're looking for.

We like to start with outcomes and then work backwards.

So, if you'd like to have a chat about your team or organisation and either the wellbeing or culture challenges you face or the improvements you'd like to embed, we'd love to talk to find out more

examples of consultancy work we've done

team wellbeing culture

the brief

"We LOVE wellbeing at <organisation name>!  But like most in the charity sector we are far better at looking after other people’s wellbeing than taking our own advice!!! 


The team are really, really tired.  One of them was saying to me that they’ve: “washed and rewashed my resilience superhero outfit so often that it’s getting threadbare”. 


And this is coming through with their ability to manage workload, early signs of increasing sick leave, the scenario where they go on annual leave and come back having spent the entire time asleep and still feel tired. 


And of course there is still so much to do and we can’t recruit quickly enough to get all the resource in we actually need – and in a small team of 15 they are reluctant to let anything go or pass it on to colleagues. 


All of this is I’m sure super familiar

We're looking for some external help to identify and tackle the things we haven't done.  

Is this something you might be interested in getting involved with?"

the work we did

We were delighted to be approached by this brilliant charity.  They already had many of the "usual" wellbeing elements covered - team tea breaks, daily check-ins, wellbeing days, lunchtime yoga, Employee Assist Programme etc - but what they hadn't covered was the mindset work behind this.  Staff were well aware these things were on offer but they weren't being used. And what's more, they didn't feel they should take them.  They were comparing their own wellbeing to the wellbeing of their beneficiaries, and dismissing it.  They could see how much pressure everyone was under and didn't want to add to it by admitting they were struggling and asking for change or help.

In response we created a project which included: sessions on the basics of wellbeing and self-care and their impact on your ability to perform at your best (in any areas of life), a wellbeing audit and survey and identified the main causes of challenge to wellbeing; one-to-one conversations with every team member to ensure all of the challenges had been heard and understood; team sessions to discuss how they would like to see things changed and improved; and created a wellbeing tool-kit to help identify, acknowledge and start to tackle some of the key challenges and stressors and delivered this as a physical book and in an in-person delivered session to explain how it was to be used.  We also created a separate resource for Managers, to help them to support their team members (and each other) in increasing their commitment to wellbeing and in using the tools provided.


At Lift we’re committed to doing all things in an authentic, open and transparent way.  This applies as much to the way in which we will approach work and in how we deliver support and advice as it does to our pricing.


We know that the work we do is needed. We also know that the work we do delivers results way beyond the duration of our work together.  But we also know that much as the need is there, budgets and resources are tight.


We operate a transparent pricing model for all of our Day Rate work, with tiered pricing depending on the income of your organisation.  For longer projects, we offer % discounts off these rates.


£1050 per day charities with annual income >£10m 

£875 per day charities with annual income between £3m - £10m

£700 per day charities with annual income <£3m


Day Rate work includes bespoke workshops, training, facilitation, and speaking as well as larger and longer workplace culture, management & leadership and wellbeing consultancy and project work. 

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