Entries by Optima-life

The Balance Programme – new webinars to help organisations support their staff

We are delighted to launch The Balance Programme – a new series of interactive webinars aimed at organisations who are committed to helping their people be energised, engaged and purposeful. During these challenging times, the programme is relevant and suitable for businesses and organisations in all sectors, with any number of employees. The Balance Programme […]

Beating Burnout – new programme for leaders and managers

We have launched a new online programme specifically designed to beat burnout among leaders and managers. At a time when COVID-19 has created so many new changes and challenges, Optima-life has specifically created Beating Burnout to help build resilience, enable energy and create a greater sense of balance among leaders and managers. The programme has […]

The Festival Of Us

Work should be stimulating, energising and above all create a sense of community, however with a turbulent world and a dispersed workforce ‘togetherness’ can be tough. With attrition, absence, and the challenge of dealing with accelerated change becoming increasingly prevalent, people and organisations need support. This is why we have created The Festival of Us, […]

Optima-life Appoints Ian Iceton As Non-Executive Director

Ian is a highly experienced commercial HR Director, who has a track record of influence at both organisational and c-suite level. He is a qualified accountant (FCMA) and Chartered HR professional (FCIPD) and has extensive HR experience with national and multi-national organisations. Ian is currently managing director of The Cambridge Code for Moloney Search, an […]

#WeAre10

Celebrating is a good thing to do.  So in the month that Optima-life reaches the grand old age of 10 we’d like to celebrate in three ways. Say THANK YOU. Success has been born out of collaboration, adventure and belief.  So a big thank you to our clients, our confidantes, our critics, our advisors and […]

The Data of Stress: From Understanding to Recognition

This week marks Mental Health Awareness week, and with this being hot on the heels of National Stress Awareness month the topic of looking after mind as well as body is quite rightly making the press. As an organisation that has worked in this arena for the past decade and has physiological data relating to […]

Look Back, Talk Aloud and Think ‘Why?’

It’s that time of year where the annual ritual of self-delusion reaches full swing, where dreams are dreamt, ambitions are articulated, and promises are made.  Yes folks, it is resolution time and we want to give you a couple of things to think about before you jump into the abyss of meaningless self-talk! Firstly, look […]