Our services

We find out what works to improve wellbeing and help others use it.

As a collaborating Centre, we work with academia and the research community, governments, policymakers and businesses.

Below are some of the ways we can help further your wellbeing efforts.

For more about working with us on research, please visit our Work with us page.

Who we work with

We offer a number of services, tools and resources for central and local governments to help ensure good governance for wellbeing. This includes policy recommendations, Treasury’s Green Book Wellbeing Guidance training for analysts and economists, and convening experts to solve specific challenges.

Get in touch to find out how we can support your work by emailing info@whatworkswellbeing.org

Our workplace wellbeing work to date focuses on the effectiveness of the wellbeing strategies put in place by organisations and evaluates whether they are adding value, having a positive or negative effect and are cost effective.

 

We review these activities to ensure that they are safe, well intentioned and effective, and not simply a form of ‘wellbeing-washing’. We provide support, guidance, learning and measurement tools to support your organisations work.

 

To find out how your business can get involved in the Centre’s work, we offer a free 15-minute consultation with our corporate partnerships team, led by our colleagues at b2b partnerships. Get in touch to book a slot on info@whatworkswellbeing.org

We provide services specifically for third sector organisations including NGOs, charities and VCSEs including consultancy, knowledge transfer and learning, and measurement and evaluation.

To find out more about how we work with the third sector and how we could help your organisation, please email us at info@whatworkswellbeing.org.

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How we help

Advisory roles

As leaders in wellbeing evidence, we hold several evidence and implementation advisory roles in academia, government, trusts and charities. 

Civil society sector advice

Our free one-to-one advice sessions is an opportunity for those working in the charity and VCSE sector to book a slot for personalised wellbeing advice. 

Find out more and book a slot on the civil society surgery page.

Convening business and research

Our Business Leaders’ Council brings together stakeholders from the business sector with a group of leading academics. These experts help to define the problems, scope the offer and implementation needs of private sector partners, and support the development of the Centre’s expertise and delivery in this area of work.

Find out more about the Council and how to join.

Evaluation support

Through evaluation support, we work with you to make sure evidence generated through evaluation synthesis reaches decision-makers and feeds into a wider learning system for wellbeing.

For questions around how we can support your organisation, please email evaluations@whatworkswellbeing.org

To submit an evaluation and contribute to our learning system, please use the form below:

Submit evaluation

Please use this form to upload your evaluation(s).
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Expert guidance

We are experts at guiding and advising governments, organisations and the third sector on wellbeing strategies that work. We provide guidance, measurement tools and evidence to support your work.

Find out how we can add value with our expert wellbeing knowledge by emailing info@whatworkswellbeing.org

Knowledge-building and training

Providing training and education to businesses, organisations, leaders and teams about what works to improve wellbeing is core to what we do. As a vast field which affects all aspects of life and society, there are many aspects and areas to dive into. We run bespoke workshops and training tailored to individual needs, ranging from workplace wellbeing to policy design and using the Treasury’s Green Book Wellbeing Guidance. 

To find out more about our workshops and training, get in touch on info@whatworkswellbeing.org

Get in touch

To find out more about how we can help you, your organisation or collaborate together, email us on info@whatworkswellbeing.org

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