Recommendations for wellbeing / happiness / resilience experts

Written by Sally Winter on 28 July 2016

Hello TJ Forum

Here at Video Arts we are starting pre-production on our new video series (working title 'Happiness Essentials'). We have a list of learning points that we are keen to address and are looking for input from an appropriately qualified SME to define and refine our learning points in conjunction with our learning consultant and script-writing team. Any recommendations?

Thanks

Sally

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jocook

Submitted on 29 July, 2016 - 10:02

Hi Sally,

Great idea! Are you looking for one SME to speak to? Or a number to record?

If you are looking for one person, perhaps Henry Stewart of Happy Ltd as he's written on the subject: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/henrystewart

On a separate note, always happy to chat to you about content for the TJ site :D

Regards,
Jo Cook,
Deputy Editor

SallyWinter

Submitted on 1 August, 2016 - 08:52

Thanks Jo! We're doing some initial research on the big happiness issues for corporates so maybe we can chat later on when our thinking is more refined.

Best wishes

Sally

Resli Costabell

Submitted on 29 July, 2016 - 10:07

I'd talk to Denise Mortimer. Denise holds a master's degree in Positive Psychology, is the founder of Fabulous Females, and is the most charismatic person I have ever known personally. You may have heard her Happiness Hour on the radio, if you live in Essex.

She's also a master practitioner of NLP, with extensive coaching and project management experience.

You can contact Denise at: DeniseMortimer1@aol.com, or 07894 067947.

Best wishes,
Resli

SallyWinter

Submitted on 1 August, 2016 - 08:55

Thanks Resli

​I'll get in touch with Denise.

Best wishes

Sally

 

jocook

Submitted on 29 July, 2016 - 10:33

You might also want to talk to Sukh Pabial: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/sukhvinder-pabial-01113b1b
 

JaneMolloy

Submitted on 29 July, 2016 - 11:24

I would recommend Dr Nick Baylis - he's been a Lecturer in Positive Psychology and Wellbeing at Cambridge University and is the author of ‘Learning from Wonderful Lives’ and 'Rough Guide to Happiness'.  He also wrote 100 weekly columns as 'Dr FeelGood' the The Times.  He is a coach and an adviser to educators on how to enable people to live happier, more fulfilled lives. http://www.drnickbaylis.com/​ No vested interest - I have just been inspired listening to him speak and reading his work.

HenryStewart

Submitted on 29 July, 2016 - 17:15

Jo, thanks for the recommendation. I'd be happy to help. Creating happy workplaces is what we do, and we are an SME too. I'm on henry@happy.co.uk or 07870 682442.

SallyWinter

Submitted on 1 August, 2016 - 09:10

Thanks Henry - I'll be in touch.

Best wishes

Sally

YvetteElcock

Submitted on 30 July, 2016 - 15:14

I've seen Liggy Webb (http://www.liggywebb.com/resilience​) in action and would be a great contact for you.

SallyWinter

Submitted on 1 August, 2016 - 09:11

Thanks Yvette.