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WellMe – Take Notice


Earlier in the year, we launched the wellbeing initiative WellMe for our Churchill colleagues. The programme consists of five pillars that are designed to promote positive mindsets, personal development, and physical and mental health awareness. These include: Be Active Keep Learning Give Back Connect Take Notice We’ve covered ‘Be Active’, ‘Keep Learning’, ‘Give Back’ and […]

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WellMe – Connect


Earlier in the year, we launched the wellbeing initiative WellMe for our Churchill colleagues. The programme consists of five pillars that are designed to promote positive mindsets, personal development, and physical and mental health awareness. These include: Be Active Keep Learning Give Back Connect Take Notice We’ve covered ‘Be Active’, ‘Keep Learning’ and ‘Give Back’ […]

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WellMe – Give Back


Earlier in the year, we launched the wellbeing initiative WellMe for our Churchill colleagues. The programme consists of five pillars that are designed to promote positive mindsets, personal development, and physical and mental health awareness. These include: Be Active Keep Learning Give Back Connect Take Notice We covered ‘Be Active’ and ‘Keep Learning’ in previous […]

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WellMe – Keep Learning


Earlier in the year, we launched the wellbeing initiative WellMe for our Churchill colleagues. The programme consists of five pillars that are designed to promote positive mindsets, personal development, and physical and mental health awareness. These include: Be Active Keep Learning Give Connect Take Notice We covered ‘Be Active’ in a blog last month, sharing […]

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WellMe – Be Active


Last month, we launched a comprehensive wellbeing strategy called ‘WellMe’. The programme identifies five main wellbeing pillars that we’ll be promoting to all of our employees. The first pillar is ‘Be Active’. The benefits of physical activity are well-documented. Exercise is essential for slowing age-related cognitive decline, and regular physical activity is associated with lower […]

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