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Wild Workforce - Inclusive Wellbeing for all!

Wild Workforce is committed to developing a happier, healthier and more productive workforce by combining the Five Ways to Wellbeing model with outdoor learning. Services and workshops aim to be inclusive and accessible to all including neuro-diverse, carers, LGBTQIA+ networks and menopause, women’s and men’s groups. Please contact Clare on clare@wildworkforce.com to discuss requirements.

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“People with good nature connectedness tend to be happier.” - Mental Health Foundation Report 2021

Resilience at Work CPD; Mental Health Risk Management CPD; Team Building & Wellbeing for All Workshops 

Resilience at Work CPD; Team Building & Wellbeing for All Workshops

Wild Workforce offers fun, inspiring and informative outdoor workshops in the beautiful grounds of Falkland Estate, Falkland, Fife and in the stunning gardens of Lauriston Castle, Edinburgh. There are clear learning outcomes and all use the Five Ways to Wellbeing framework: CONNECT, BE ACTIVE, LEARN, TAKE NOTICE and GIVE as the building blocks for experiential learning activities.

Contact clare@wildworkforce.com to book

On-site workshops – It may be possible to deliver the above workshops on-site, subject to risk-assessment  / insurance considerations. 


Developing outdoor spaces  – free and evidence based!

Many employers and groups either own or have access to outdoor greenspaces which could be used to support wellbeing and develop resilience outdoors. Tarps can be erected for outdoor meetings, team meetings can incorporate mindful practice, trees can be used for outdoor games and spaces can be created to encourage staff networks and groups to spend time in greenspaces.

Wild Workforce is able to support the use of outdoor spaces, support site risk assessments and offer managers 1:1 coaching in using outdoor spaces and developing practical skills to support wellbeing & resilience. This can be a fun, cost-effective way to support early intervention and empower others to develop skills, access nature, play games and encourage talking about mental health at work.


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"Nature is our greatest source of health and well-being." - World Health Organisation 2020

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Have any questions? We are always open to talk about your business, new projects, creative opportunities and how we can help you.

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