- Promote an evidence-based approach to wellbeing
- Help organisations understand the impact that improved wellbeing can have on business productivity as well as overall employee morale and engagement
- Drive a holistic approach to wellbeing that extends beyond buzzwords and concepts
- Build a library of resources that are sustainable and help organisations achieve their goals
Wellbeing Consulting & Training
We offer a wealth of training options to support companies wherever they may be on their wellbeing journey
Signature training sessions include:
Focus on Mental Wellbeing
- Mental Wellbeing
- Stress & Anxiety Awareness
- Neurodiversity Awareness
- Stress Management, Resilience & Mindfulness Training
- How to have a Conversation about Mental Health and Wellbeing (Emotional Intelligence Training)
Focus on Physical Wellbeing
- Physical Wellbeing 101
- Healthy Coping Strategies for Stress & Anxiety
- Disability Awareness in the Workplace Training
Focus on Social Wellbeing
- Social Wellbeing 101
- How to Build a Connected Team
- Coming Out of Isolation
Focus on Financial Wellbeing
- Financial Wellbeing 101
Wellbeing Focused Research & Thought Leadership
Our Understanding & Ensuring Wellbeing campaign is grounded in our library of Asia-led research and thought leadership
We regularly publish research that explores recent trends and developments relating to wellbeing in Asia. Recent topics include:
- Understanding & Leveraging Neurodiversity in the Workplace in India
- LGBT+ Mental Health in the Workplace in Asia
- Balancing Career & Caregiving in Asia
- Embracing Mental Health in the Workplace in Asia
Quarterly Panel Discussions
We organise expert-led discussions throughout the year to help organisations and individuals delve deeper into their wellbeing journeys across the themes of physical, mental, social and financial wellbeing
This Is Me Asia
This is Me focuses on sharing personal stories and lived experiences of disability and mental health to challenge the stigma and normalise conversations about these topics in the workplace
This is Me is an initiative first pioneered by Barclays in the UK in 2014 and now led by the Lord Mayor's Appeal in London, Community Business introduced the campaign in India from 2019. This is Me focuses on sharing personal stories and lived experiences of disability and mental health to challenge the stigma and normalise conversations about these topics in the workplace. Based on the success and passion to take this beautiful journey further, we are expanding the campaign across the entire Asia in strategic partnership with Bloomberg.
To date, over 1,200 organisations have registered for the campaign across the UK, with many organisations saying it is the best D&I campaign they have ever run. Furthermore, 100% of organisations surveyed in 2018 said This is Me had a positive impact on changing attitudes towards mental health and dispelling myths, as well as increasing the number of conversations about mental health in the workplace. We expect to create this positive change in Asia with companies dedicated to reducing the stigma, and creating more inclusive culture for those with a disability and mental health issues.
Understanding & Ensuring Employee Wellbeing as part of our DIAN / DIAN India networks
Our signature networks regularly tackle key issues relating to wellbeing in Asia
Over the past few years or DIAN and DIAN India networks have explored cutting-edge topics related to wellbeing. By joining as either a DIAN or DIAN India, member, you gain complimentary access to Community Business’ library of 20 years of Asia-led research and insights as well as the opportunity to network with and learn from like-minded organisations and individuals from across the region.
Responsible businesses understand that the wellbeing of their employees is critical and take proactive steps to create a workplace culture and environment that enables and supports all to deliver their best work. We support organisations by identifying strengths and development opportunities in their wellbeing culture.
Since 2008, Community Business has been raising awareness for wellbeing. Our campaign began life as Work-Life Balance Week (2008 – 2018) and has since evolved to embrace a broader understanding of wellbeing that touches upon mental, physical, social and financial wellbeing. Through our wellbeing campaign we help companies create a bespoke wellbeing programme which involves training and resources in all four areas of wellbeing. We encourage the application of the training by setting goals in order to work towards improving their wellbeing culture. We continue to support the organisation by identifying the next area of development and recognise that building a wellbeing culture is an ongoing development. Our wellbeing campaign encourages companies to prioritise wellbeing conversations, increasing awareness and understanding through Asia-based research, events, consulting and training offerings and thought-leadership that breaks down stereotypes and pioneers an inclusive approach to wellbeing.
For more information about our Promoting Gender Equality campaign, please get in touch with the team.