Research Opportunity

Research Opportunity

Would you like to create sustainable wellbeing within your Organisation? Alison Sydenham, a PhD student at Plymouth
University is undertaking research into how coaching creates change in the mental wellbeing of the adult working population. As part of her research, she is seeking to work with Organisations who can support her by enrolling a minimum of 10 people onto a 6-month coaching programme.

6 month coaching programme including:

  • 2 training days
  • 3 coaching session
  • Blended learning e-courseAim

Delegates will recognise, understand and begin to take control of their stress levels, encouraging them to seek pro-­active ways of reducing stress and improving their wellbeing. Delegates will then be supported in applying their learning to the workplace and feel competent to support those they manage in improving their wellbeing


  • Recognise and understand what is stress and how it impacts on our day-­to-­day health and productivity;
  • Preventing stress from becoming ill-­health;
  • To understand what wellbeing is and how we can take responsibility for our own wellbeing;
  • To understand and implement the Wellbeing Coaching Model and other models of stress and wellbeing;
  • To understand Coaching and its role in enhancing our wellbeing;
  • Understand what are our stress triggers and how to overcome them;
  • Identify personal actions to improve our wellbeing;
  • Understand and begin to implement changes within the workplace to take control of managing stress within your teams;


Investment: £397pp

FREE Bonus for bookings made before 30 June 2016 (worth up to £500) Choose from one of the following services free of charge:


Stress/Wellbeing policy design

Staff Wellbeing Survey Design

2 Executive Coaching session


Workplace Wellbeing Ambassador strategy

Wellbeing strategy presentation to Senior Board

Stress Management train the trainer 3hr programme (up to 15 participants)


“I am very happy to recommend Aleigh’s programme to you. She is a highly professional, skilled coach who is conducting research which will be of real benefit to the understanding and practice of coaching and wellbeing thereby improving the quality of working lives.”

Beryl Badger – Retired from Plymouth University but still active in HR.


For more information please contact: or call 07791 562347

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