Two digital learning programmes have been launched to equip organisations with the tools to bolster employee wellbeing and boost efficiency following the disruptions brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The interactive programmes have been brought to market by Durham-based positive psychology, wellbeing and HR consultancy Tailored Thinking in response to the increased demand from organisations and individuals learning to adapt to new ways of working.
The launch of the digital programmes was accelerated thanks to a £1.5K Innovation Grant from the Innovation SuperNetwork.
Commenting on the investment, Estelle Blanks, Executive Director at the SuperNetwork, said:
“Our work centres around connecting SMEs with the support, funding, and collaborative opportunities they need to bring innovative products and services to market.
“It’s great news that our Grant has helped Tailored Thinking launch their digital tools.”
Commenting on the launch, founder and chief positive deviant Rob Baker said: “We’re now living in a world, perhaps temporarily, where most businesses are reliant on the internet for employee development and communication, and these equally need to be easily accessible.
“By making these programmes accessible online, both organisations and individuals will be able to explore these themes in their own time through a variety of bitesize exercises, videos, and informational slides.”