The Science of Wellbeing for Organisational Resilience
Resilient organisations are made up of resilient people, and resilience can be taught both at an individual and organisational level. Promoting resilience reduces exposure to a range of organisational and individual risks. On an organisational level it can reduce sickness absence, increase work satisfaction, reduce staff turnover and reduce work related accidents (EY-2008).
Twelve ways to Wellbeing is an evidence-based approach which teaches and coaches the foundations of human health and wellbeing.
It prescribes lifestyle change and education on an equal footing to medication or therapy to build resilience, improve performance and reduce burn out. It is most effective delivered in a group setting by a doctor. This is organisational prescribing for resilience, which aspires to build healthier, happier more creative people and workplaces.
It Integrates learning from 20 years practicing as a psychiatrist and doctor with the lifestyle medicine movement, and the evidence on What Works for Wellbeing at an organisational level.
Twelve ways to wellbeing: Organisational prescribing through educational workshops and webinars
Stress management programme: Resilience in Action
Leadership development and coaching
Human capital strategy development
As an established mental health expert, I have delivered over 100 webinars, workshops and keynote speeches in the last 5 years, to businesses, charities and universities. I’ve contributed to several books and publications and been quoted in the national press.
Recent clients: M&G, Diligenta, Goldman Sachs, Allianz, Barclays Bank, Latham & Watkins, Travers Smith, Warner, Merck, Employees Matter, Teach First, University of Greenwich.
“Dr Judith Mohring is an excellent presenter. I found the mixture of scientific facts and personal advice the most reassuring I have had”
"Judith was excellent, really knowledgeable but also very down to earth, like you were hearing from a friend”
“Judith was an amazing and calming speaker”
“Very practical and highly relevant session”
“As good as MindGym”