Shine Workplace Wellbeing was launched in spring 2018 – in little over a year, we’ve helped companies of all sizes improve the health and happiness of their workforce, which has led to many business gains. Originally located in Kingston-Upon-Thames, we now also have premises in London’s Vauxhall, a great location for working with our London-based clients. We’ve also worked with businesses outside of London and we plan to have a presence in Manchester by the end of 2019. Watch this space!
Current team members bios are below – and this page will soon be updated with our new additions.
Matthew Carlton, Founder & Principal Consultant
A former marketing professional, Matthew retrained in 2017 in a number of wellbeing and physical activity fields. It was during this training that he decided to establish a company that could offer a more encompassing wellbeing service to companies that care about their employees’ wellbeing, but perhaps don’t know where to start – and thus Shine Workplace Wellbeing was born!
Passionate about the benefits of workplace wellbeing, he regularly speaks at industry events where his insights have drawn praise from those in attendance. As well as overseeing the work we provide for many of our clients, Matthew is also responsible for steering the company’s growth.
Rebecca Peters, Consultant & Mental Health Lead
With a background in health and wellbeing research and an MSc in Occupational and Business Psychology, Rebecca is responsible for our suite of workshops, which includes Workplace Mental Health Awareness for Managers, and Positive Psychology for Employees.
Before joining Shine in 2019, she developed a Return to Work Toolkit alongside a team of researchers and practitioners at Kingston University. The toolkit supports employers and employees to manage the return to work process, following sickness absence due to mental ill health.
In addition to managing our workshop offering, she is responsible for delivering certain client projects.
Nigel Pacey, Workshop Facilitator
Nigel delivers our workshops on areas such as Workplace Culture, Resilience Training, and Stress and Anxiety Management. He has helped many of our clients to embed a wellbeing culture into their organisations, by ensuring senior management understand the benefits of employee wellbeing.
In 2012, Nigel set up Huntcliff Ltd to deliver leadership coaching and training primarily for Housing Associations and local authorities though he has also worked with several national 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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- China Works, 100 Black Prince Rd, Lambeth, London, SE1 7SJ
- Canbury Works, 5-7 Canbury Business Park, Kingston, Greater London, KT2 6HJ
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