We’ve already had four pieces of independent research carried out on our live group workshops. Each of them has shown how our workshops positively impact the psychological well-being of employees. We know that experiencing Life Clubs workshops leads to a significant improvement in areas such as positive mood, confidence, goal-setting, quality of life, job performance, organisational commitment, and overall psychological capital.
Style and Boniwell’s study of our 90-minute group workshops over a six-week period showed participants having improved happiness, well-being, hope, self-efficacy and psychological well-being. This study also emphasised Life Clubs group-based workshops as a cheaper alternative to individual coaching.
Our new research is exciting. An American law firm is currently undertaking research on our unique 60-minute live webinars in order to assess their contribution to positive outcomes on psychological wellbeing. This study aims to build on the previous research carried out on our workshops by determining how effective our workshops are when experienced via live webinars.
We expect that these webinars will be an effective intervention in influencing levels of self-reported psychological wellbeing, Psychological Capital (self-efficacy, hope, resilience and optimism) and desired employee outcomes, in contrast to those in the control group. Participants will complete a self evaluation before the programme starts and then at the end of the 6 weekly webinars and finally at one-month after the 6 webinars. It is expected that these live webinars will improve performance at work and also enhance wellbeing of employees.
We can’t wait to find out the results. If you’d like to see what all the fuss is about, do get in touch with me or firstname.lastname@example.org