Shine Workplace Wellbeing launched in spring 2018 and since then we’ve helped companies of all sizes in all sectors improve the health and happiness of their workforce, enhancing business performance as a result.
Clients benefit from our core team of senior consultants who are experts in their field – read more about their credentials here. And we partner with other consultants and businesses we know and trust when the brief requires it.
Our offices are in Kingston-Upon-Thames and in Kennington Park, a great location for working with our London-based clients. We also advise and support businesses beyond London and the South East and we plan to have a presence in Manchester in 2020. Watch this space!
Matthew Carlton, Founder & Principal Consultant
In 2017, Matthew gave up his career in marketing to pursue his passion for exercise and wellbeing and retrained as a health and fitness coach, before studying workplace wellbeing. Combining the two, he identified a growing demand for services to help companies support not just the physical but also the mental health of their employees. And so, Shine Workplace Wellbeing was born!
Matthew regularly shares his workplace wellbeing expertise in the media and at industry events, where he is known for his insightful and energetic approach. He oversees all client programmes at Shine and is constantly looking for new, innovative ways to help companies create better workplaces where their people can thrive.
Rebecca Peters, Consultant & Mental Health Lead
With a background in health and wellbeing research and an MSc in Occupational and Business Psychology, Rebecca is Shine’s mental health lead consultant. When she isn’t advising clients she is delivering our series of mental health and psychology focused workshops, which includes Workplace Mental Health Awareness and Positive Psychology for Employees.
Before joining Shine in 2019, Rebecca collaborated with a team of researchers and practitioners at Kingston University to develop a Return to Work Toolkit. The toolkit provides employers and employees with the support they need to manage the return to work process following sickness absence due to mental ill health.
Nigel Pacey, Workshop Facilitator
Nigel helps Shine’s clients to embed a wellbeing culture in their organisations, by ensuring senior management understand the benefits of a happy, healthy workforce. He delivers training in areas such as workplace culture, resilience training, and managing with empathy.
In 2012, Nigel set up Huntcliff Ltd to provide leadership coaching and training for housing associations, local authorities and charities. He is currently Chair of the Trustees for Elmbridge Rentstart, a charity which helps single homeless people into accommodation in the private sector.
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