Well-Being - Resilience - Performance


Psychological Health, Well-Beiung, Mindfulness, Vitality, Stress, Mental Health, Resilience, Burnout


Develop skills, strategies and techniques to manage stress effectively, improve your well-being and vitality, strengthen resilience and prevent burnout.

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Coaching, Stress, Burnout, Well-Being, Confidence


 Develop a set of mental skills and strategies to overcome obstacles, manage your energy, improve resilience and acheive peak performance.

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Team Building, Team Effectiveness, Communication, Psychological Safety, Trust, Conflict, Change

This facilitated process for building high performance teams introduces a framework, that enables teams to both understand and commit to their shared purpose, leading them to perform collaboratively at peak efficiency.  

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The Science


Acceptance and Commitment Training

Acceptance and Commitment Training developed out of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy which is a cognitive behavioural therapy. 

The ACT Model of Health and Performance

ACT utilises various mindfulness and values-based strategies to help improve psychological health and performance in the workplace. The first workplace study was carried out in the UK almost 20 years ago, as a workplace stress intervention (Bond & Bunce, 2000). Research has now established that ACT Training improves psychological well-being and performance whilst helping to strengthen resilience, reduce stress, prevent burnout and reduce absenteeism.

What's different about ACT?

ACT focuses on enhancing the psychological and behavioural resources of individual workers. The purpose of ACT is to help people to take action in line with their values and values-based goals even in the face of obstacles. 


Research demonstrates that ACT helps improve resilience and performance in important life domains such as our work and career, our relationships and health. Organisational outcomes includes reduced absenteeism, improved learning and performance.

Measurable Outcomes

  • Higher well being and better performance for financial services call centre workers (Bond & Bunce, 2003)
  • Increased task learning & enhanced benefits from higher job control of call centre workers (Bond & Flaxman, 2006)
  • Greater overall life satisfaction for nurses, physiotherapists and physicians (McCracken & Young, 2008)
  • Enhanced Transformational Leadership skills for financial traders in investment banking (Bond, 2012)
  • Reduced the impact of emotional exhaustion and burnout for service workers in health, education, government and leisure sectors (Biron & Veldhoven, 2012)
  • Reduced levels of emotional exhaustion and burnout for government workers (Lloyd, Bond & Flaxman, 2013)
  • Clinically significant improvements in psychological wellbeing among health care workers (Waters, Frude, Flaxman, Boyd, 2017)