Cloudless Minds At Work

“Work related stress, anxiety or depression accounts for 44% of work-related ill health and 54% of working days lost in 2018/2019. The occupations and industries reporting the highest rates of work-related stress, depression or anxiety remain consistently in the public sectors of the economy.  The reasons cited as causes of work-related stress are also consistent over time with workload, lack of managerial support and organisational change as the primary  causative factors” Health and Safety Executive 2019

In today’s climate of change, and economic uncertainty, there is a risk that these figures will increase unless employers invest in building staff resilience and staff well being, and in developing their leaders. I can support you to future-proof your organisation against stress related staff absence through the Cloudless Minds At Work programme.

This programme can be tailored to meet your specific business needs and consists of 3 modules. You can take these as a whole or simply mix and match to suit your needs.



Coaching individuals to:

  • Learn and use tools to increase
    emotional and mental resilience
  • Successfully manage change
  • Enhance well-being and
  • Support goal achievement
  • Reduce the risk of absence due
    to work-related and personal
    stress or anxiety
  • Promote their strengths and
    minimise weaknesses


Coaching leaders to:

  • Take a strength-based approach
    to staff management
  • Ensure that they have the skills
    they need to provide managerial
  • Be able to identify the risk of
    and mitigate against staff
  • Develop their own resilience
  • Empower them to ask
    uncomfortable questions
  • Confidently support their teams
    through change


Coaching teams to:

  • Build team resilience to change
  • Identify existing and create new
    support mechanisms 
  • Identify and build on team strengths
  • Pro-actively and confidently voice their needs to help them to manage change

Whilst each module can be taken on its own, its impact is more widely felt when its applied across a whole department.

Leader, Team and Individual

Why I take a strength-based approach to coaching.

Positive psychology “focuses on the strengths instead of the weaknesses, building on the good instead of repairing the bad, and taking the lives of average people up to ‘great’ instead of focusing solely on moving those who are struggling up to ‘normal’ (Christopher Peterson 2008)

For an informal chat about how I can support your company please click the button below.