Fresh Air for Business

A 12 week coaching program that will motivate staff, make them more focused and productive.

The skills that they will learn will make them more creative, better at problem solving both individually and as a team. They will be able to positively  respond to circumstances rather than react to them. People who have taken the course are more able to cope with stressful situations, are more focused and better able to work as a team.  Productivity increases between 5 and 10%.

The hidden benefits…

The skills taught as part of this program combined with the process of walking improve wellness, engagement and output. Being outside walking is an essential part of this program, it supports learning and change, as well as all the added health benefits. Research shows that walking regularly can dramatically improve a person’s health. Encouraging the habit of walking has  a massive effect on the wellness of staff. Well staff have fewer absences and are generally happier, which is great for individual and team performance.

Testimonial

We decided to pilot fresh air coaching for a number of reasons including improving productivity, well-being and exposing willing volunteers to a range of tools and techniques that would help them in the workplace and in their personal life. The results were amazing all the participants were able to provide hard evidence of how the course had made a difference and gave a presentation to our executive team on outcomes and impact. Ruth’ s positive style and genuine passion for coaching ensured that the course was a success and has led to a significant change in mind set and attitude amongst those involved. These are some of the most impressive results I have seen from a course in my career and I am confident that any business would benefit from fresh air coaching.
  Angela Lewis Companies house
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