Wellness that changes your workplace culture
A successful business depends on the success of its people. So, we will help you prioritise how your people feel, not just how they function, resulting in improved wellbeing, inclusion, and purposeful productivity.
We move your business beyond short term solutions, and towards proactive wellness and EDI initiatives that work for every body, and every mind.
Wellness & EDI Workshops
We can provide a series of wellness & EDI workshops to empower your team with the knowledge, skills and tools to create a culture of wellness, active allyship and sustainable change
We can support you to develop inclusive and sustainable wellness and EDI strategies that deliver authentic and measurable results in your business.
Meet our founder
Jade Ecobichon-Gray is the Founder of Mindset Matters UK. She’s on a mission to empower businesses to look at workplace wellness and EDI through a social lens, understanding the importance of connection for a better workplace, and a better world!
Jade has over a decade of industry experience and academic insight and will support you to analyse your business so you can create a fresh, innovative, and unique approach to workplace wellness and EDI for the future.
Jade currently sits on the Professional Liverpool Health Board, is a member of the ITV Granada Diversity & Inclusion Panel and the Liverpool Race Equality Business Support Group.
What our clients say
I was delighted to work with Mindset Matters UK on the development of a workplace wellness strategy for my organisation. I was immediately impressed with Jade's knowledge, experience and passion for the subject, which convinced me to engage her company. The work she led was well organised and thoughtful, adjusting where necessary for our specific needs. Jade is an inspiring speaker and staff enjoyed her workshops and training sessions, several contacting me afterwards to say how much they had enjoyed them. Mindset Matters UK proposes a whole new way of thinking about how to lead teams and manage people and provides the practical tools to make change happen. "Highly recommended" would be an understatement.
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Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh