Corporate Wellness

Improving workplace wellbeing -
working remotely or from the office

 

We offer a range of services to enable companies to meet their commitment to staff wellbeing.

 

We offer 3 levels of engagement with your organisation:

  • Immediate boost - popular, one-off events that nudge staff towards positive changes

  • Long term - evidence-based, behavioural changes delivered through corporate health programmes

  • Bespoke wellbeing services - organisation-wide to workplace wellbeing reviews; wellbeing strategy design.

Full details for corporate services available on LinkedIn or directly here

 

And scroll down to see some of our work

Cardio-metabolic health

Sleep

Mental health

Shift work & jet lag

Diversity & inclusion
Concentration

Eating habits

Physical movement

Performance

Mindset & resilience

Weight management

Menopause

Cognitive health

Would you like to find out more?

  • Would you like to organise a free 30-min taster session for your wellbeing/HR team?

  • Would you like a free intro session for your employees on one of our health programmes?

  • Would you like  to discuss how to we can help you with your wellbeing strategy?​

 

 

Drop us an email at info@clemencecleavenutrition.com. We look forward to helping your teams live their best healthy life!

Some of our work 

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Client:  Allen & Overy, UK - Global law firm

Service provided:

Development of the Healthy Track programme, a set of 6 sessions on improving lifestyle habits for optimal health.

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Client:  THM partners, UK - Financial services

Service provided:

Development of the Post Lockdown Health Reboot programme – 6 webinars with regular follow-ups for all the staff, focusing on how to improve sleep, concentration, mood, weight, energy levels, physical and cognitive performance.

“Clem was great at understanding our needs – she came up with the perfect tailored solution to support our team in coming out of the lockdown. The Post-Lockdown Health Reboot is a brilliant programme that will be the backbone of your wellbeing strategy for the coming 12 months” 

Rebecca Chappell, Operations Director at THM Partners LLP

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Client: Allen & Overy, UK - Global law firm

 

Service provided: 

Twice a year, running of the weight management programme Worth the weight for employees who want to regular coaching for long term change (part of A&O wellbeing health benefits)

For more info about the initiative, check the case study presented by REBA (Reward & Employee Benefits Association)

"Given the sedentary nature of the roles that many of our people do, being able to manage your weight can be a challenge. Clem brings a huge amount of energy and commitment to her classes which is infectious." 

Toni Graves, Global Head of Reward, Benefits & Wellbeing at Allen & Overy

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Client:  Q5 Partners, London - Management consultancy

Service provided:

Delivery of a workshop on the Gut-brain axis and mental resilience, as part of their Mental Health Awareness Month

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Client:  CMS Legal Service, Global - International law practice

 

Service provided:

Delivery of an online workshop to a large team (~40 people) on How to best feed ourselves for the long run, as part of their effort to support resilience through the pandemic.

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Client:  Allen & Overy, UK - Global law firm

Service provided:

Written article for their intranet - Type 1 diabetes – can diet play a part in its development and management? – in support of their Diabetes Awareness Week event.

“It always a joy to work with Clem – she delivered us a well-articulated and very informative article, backed-up by science and real-life experiences. A great addition to our intranet" 

Toni Graves, Global Head of Reward, Benefits & Wellbeing at Allen & Overy

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Client:  University of Roehampton, London 

 

Service provided:

Visiting lecturer for the BSc Nutrition and Health and MSc Clinical Nutrition, part of the Life Science Department. Supervision of postgraduate students in their research project.