In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, the mental wellbeing of our nation’s workforce is more important than ever. Comedy and poetry can offer a dynamic and enjoyable new way to support the wellbeing of your staff. A workforce that thinks creatively can find it easier to solve problems, which ultimately leads to a happier workplace.

Take your pick from one of the following workshops or select a blended approach, whether online or in-person.

Wellness in the Workplace - Workshops

  • The Group Poem

    The Group Poem

    • Rob writes the poem in real time, based on interaction with participants. The subject and theme is decided by your team and together we create something completely original .

      The session is based around informal discussion and everyone is welcome – you don’t need to be a poet to join in, nor to you need to be particularly gregarious. Those that are usually less vocal can find it just as easy to participate.

      The group poem promotes teamwork and gives participants a sense of pride in the finished result. It also allows staff to have a voice in a way that doesn’t identify specific individuals. Afterwards, the poem is typed up and sent to the team, to be shared and distributed. Your team then owns the poem.
  • Creative Minds

    Creative Minds

    • A series of low-key wordplay and improvisation games designed to improve communication, confidence and teamwork. We tell jokes, make up stories and laugh a lot.

      Being able to laugh together unites us, and these fun exercises allow participants to make mistakes without there being any repercussions, encouraging people to build trust within teams.
  • Creative Writing

    Creative Writing

    • Creative writing is one of the most flexible art forms we have. It can be funny, serious, therapeutic, an excuse to vent your spleen, a love letter, a filthy limerick, a pithy greetings card, or combinations of the above. Above all, it can help you discover parts of the imagination you never knew were there.