Collaboration with Finsbury Green was fundamental to the creation of this unique program, with leader debrief sessions playing an imperative role. Designed as a long-term culture investment, the program was a method to strengthen the team ethos and support ongoing employee wellbeing.
An extensive scoping process with key stakeholders was completed by Swinburne Edge project managers across four individual sessions. This provided the direction and recommendation of educational content, delivery method, duration and format. As a result, the PERMA Model was introduced as an integral inspiration to the bespoke program structure. This model directed and encouraged meaningful content focusing on positive emotion, engagement, relationships, meaning and accomplishments.
Educational content was designed to encourage sharp bursts of positivity and provide participants with tools to cope with mental health challenges.
Over a program period of four weeks, 80 employees participated in four modules of training sessions, including additional pre- and post-briefing. Each Flourishing at Finsbury Green session was a one-hour interactive workshop including a question and answer discussion afterwards.
Facilitated via the Zoom platform, the program utilised Swinburne Edge’s dynamic Live Online delivery mode. All sessions were recorded and stored on the Finsbury Green intranet for later reference or absentees.