We help organisations create a culture of wellbeing

How Effective Is Your Wellbeing Strategy?

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Develop Wellbeing Leaders

Equip your leaders with the skills to champion wellbeing, have effective wellbeing conversations and create a supportive team environment

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Co-create Wellbeing Culture

Harness collaborative processes that involve your workforce in shaping and taking ownership of wellbeing initiatives, ensuring everyone plays a part.


Measure Wellbeing Impact

Gain clear insights into the effectiveness of your wellbeing efforts and identify opportunities for further enhancement. Focus on measuring the aspects of wellbeing that truly matter for continuous improvement.

Why ThriveWise?

ThriveWise is a leading organisation in executive wellbeing and optimal performance. We have turned our PhD level research in what it takes to thrive at work into scalable solutions for businesses.

There is a growing drive to create healthy, happy workplaces. To do that, we need managers to support and energise their team and role model wellbeing at work. But, they are often running on empty, stressed and juggling day-to-day tasks. To truly embed a culture of wellbeing, we need to start with key executives and leaders.

That is where we come in. We help your leaders manage their own energy and then consciously leverage their increased vitality to create a ripple effect in the wider organisation. The result is positive spiral of increased engagement, performance and wellbeing.

We have helped energise hundreds of leaders and teams around the world (Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs, education leaders, healthcare managers, tech CEOs).

We would love to help you too


"Sarah Taylor is someone who combines a deep knowledge of a wide variety of emerging fields of research with practical experience of the workplace. She is someone who is helping us to navigate our way towards a better future in daunting and uncertain times"

Phil Hanlon

Emeritus Professor of Public Health, Glasgow University

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