Workplace Wellbeing, a pioneering organization dedicated to fostering mental health and wellbeing in the construction industry, is set to revolutionize how construction companies approach employee wellbeing. With an unwavering commitment to proactive strategies and practical tools, Workplace Wellbeing aims to bridge the gap between people and performance, creating a culture where everyone thrives.
The brainchild of Jackie Brennan, an international speaker, Women in Construction Ambassador, and Mental Health Ambassador, Workplace Wellbeing is built on Jackie’s extensive 39 years of experience in the construction industry. Having risen from the ground up to the boardroom, Jackie understands the challenges faced by construction companies and the urgent need to address the rising issues of sickness, absence, burnout, and mental health problems.
“While construction companies invest significant time, money, and energy into their people, the rates of mental health issues continue to rise,” says Jackie Brennan, CEO and Founder of Workplace Wellbeing. “I believe that it’s time for a paradigm shift. We need to prioritize proactive wellbeing strategies to unlock the full potential of individuals and organizations.”
Workplace Wellbeing offers a practical step-by-step system, tailored to the specific needs of each construction company, to develop a comprehensive workplace wellbeing strategy. By leveraging existing company processes, Workplace Wellbeing creates a culture of engagement, productivity, and sustainable growth, ensuring that employees are empowered to take control of their own wellbeing.
With a mission to make wellbeing an essential pillar of corporate culture, Workplace Wellbeing goes beyond traditional approaches. Jackie Brennan’s unique background in holistic therapies, including Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Hypnosis, Breath Work, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), and Thought Field Therapy (TFT), brings a fresh perspective to mental health in the construction industry.
Workplace Wellbeing’s holistic approach combines strategic planning, knowledge transfer, and practical tools to foster a healthier, happier, and more productive workforce. Recognizing that every organization is unique, Workplace Wellbeing provides bespoke solutions tailored to the specific needs, risks, and requirements of each client, reflecting the organization’s distinct culture, goals, and challenges.
Jackie Brennan’s services can be delivered as standalone offerings or combined to create a comprehensive wellbeing strategy. From keynote talks to coaching sessions and full-blown mental health assessments, Workplace Wellbeing adapts to meet the needs of construction industry CEOs and directors—the decision-makers driving change in the industry.
To further support these decision makers prompted the complimentary service ‘Well Constructed’ an innovative suite of leadership support designed to enable current and future leaders to connect and collaborate in shaping the future of the construction industry. Through its monthly events, quarterly masterminds, conferences, and programmes, Well Constructed aims to cultivate authentic leaders and a caring culture where everyone has a voice, and create vibrant, inclusive and mentally healthy workplaces for all.
” The concept behind Well Constructed is an additional service along side Workplace Wellbeing aimed at influnecing leaders in order to improve how mental health and wellbeing is addressed,” emphasizes Jackie Brennan. “I believe the world of work is changing and employees expectations are changing, but the construction industry isn’t keeping up and it doesn’t have to be this way. That’s why I created Well Constructed, which is a suite of leadership support for current and future leaders to connect and collaborate in shaping the future of the construction industry. Through our monthly events, quarterly masterminds, conferences and programs, our mission is to nurture authentic leaders of the future to build a caring culture where everyone has a voice, so that we can create a vibrant, inclusive, and mentally healthy workplace for all.”
As an industry leader, Jackie Brennan challenges the reactive crisis management approach to mental health prevalent in the construction industry. She offers a compelling business case for prioritizing wellbeing and demonstrates that leaders do not have to choose between people and profit. By integrating Workplace Wellbeing’s services into the fabric of an organization, a healthy and resilient work environment can be fostered where everyone can thrive.
Workplace Wellbeing is actively seeking speaking opportunities to share their expertise and drive positive change in the industry. To learn more about Jackie Brennan and Workplace Wellbeing, visit www.contactjackie.com.