Poor mental health costs the UK economy between £74billion and £99billion per year. (Source: Mind)
Work-related stress accounts for 45% of all illness absenteeism and costs UK businesses 11.7 million days a year. (Source: HSE)
Stress-related absence has increased 37% in the last year. (Source: CIPD)
54% of Institute of Directors members have been approached by staff suffering mental ill health. (Source: IoD)
1 in 6 British workers are affected by mental health problems such as anxiety, stress and depression every year. (Source: Mind)
Coaching psychology has been proven to reduce stress by guiding people to discover their own resilience, flexibility and capacity.
Investing in proactive resilience and mental wellbeing strategies in your business will lead to:
ROI of £5 for every £1 spent. (Source: Deloitte)
Staff feeling informed, energised and supported
Reduced absenteeism and presenteeism
A positive culture that attracts and retains the best people at all levels
Increased resilience and adaptability when faced with uncertainty or change
Research shows that companies with engaged workforces have higher earnings per share, with those scoring in the top half on employee engagement nearly doubling their odds of success, compared with those in the bottom half.
Creating a psychologically healthy organisation will enable you to provide the support your staff need to expand on their leadership and career journeys. Increased access to creativity, agility and emotional intelligence all contribute to a thriving workplace and an energised workforce, driving improved results for your organisation.
The role of coaching psychology and coaching in ‘The Grey Space’
Coaching Psychology International. © Volume 12, Issue 1, International Society for Coaching Psychology 2019
Read my full article on page 59
Should 'The Grey Space' be front of mind for the Coaching Psychology and Coaching Community more so now due to the COVID-19 Pandemic?
Coaching Psychology International. © Volume 13, Issue 1, International Society for Coaching Psychology 2020
Read my full article on page 18 of the linked edition