Wellbeing World Jersey

Shortlisted Nominations Announced for Leaders in WellBeing Awards 2020

Friday 16 Oct 20

25 businesses, groups or individuals from Jersey and Guernsey have been shortlisted in 12 categories for the Leaders in WellBeing Awards 2020, many with multiple nominations. In total, more than 70 nominations were received.

The Leaders in WellBeing Awards were created last year to celebrate the growing wellbeing related activities of organisations and individuals in the Channel Islands; including corporates, entrepreneurs, health and wellbeing practitioners, government departments, schools, and not-for-profit organisations.

Founder of Leaders in WellBeing, and Director of WellBeing World and WellBeing At Work, Beverley Le Cuirot commented: “The pandemic has heightened universal awareness for the importance of health and wellbeing exponentially, and forever. Not only is it essential, the right thing to do for our employees and citizens, it has shown to be critical to a high functioning business, and a major contributing factor to positive social and economic recovery.

“We are especially encouraged to see how this will continue as governments and leading employers put wellbeing front and centre of their strategic initiatives, to ensure their teams are resilient, clear headed, and confident in resolving issues, and that above all, they remain calm in the face of ongoing challenges.

“The onus is also on each one of us to take personal responsibility for our own wellbeing. Talking about entrepreneurship recently in the Everbridge COVID 19 ‘Road to Recovery’ webinar, Sir Richard Branson said: ‘Most of the problems in the world can be fixed if every individual determinedly finds the time for themselves, for the health of their bodies, and they maintain a healthy work-life balance, supported by their family, friends or community.’ This in turn is augmented when businesses are led from the front by compassionate leaders, actively listening to their employees and customers, to ensure people feel safe, seen, heard, and valued.

“The Leaders in WellBeing Awards highlight the various dimensions of social, physical, mental, emotional, financial, intellectual, vocational, community and environmental wellbeing, and recognise employers and individuals alike. We are honoured to be able to stage these Awards and so very grateful to our sponsors, to our Main Sponsor, HSBC, and to our Awards Sponsor, Rossborough Healthcare, for their generous and continued support,” added Mrs Le Cuirot.

Kim Davies, Corporate Health and Wellbeing Manager at Awards Sponsor, Rossborough Healthcare International Limited, said “We are delighted to once again support this fantastic event and this year sponsor the Awards. In a year of such significant change, recognising the achievements of those individuals and organisations who are having such a positive influence on health and wellbeing on our corporate and personal agendas, is more important than ever.”

The shortlisted nominations (in alphabetical order for each Award) are:

Best Workplace Culture:
• Accuro Trust (Jersey) Limited
• Affinity Private Wealth
• Haute Vallee School
• Highvern
• Ogier
• TMF Group in the Channel Islands

Caring Employer of the Year:
• Affinity Private Wealth
• Deloitte LLP
• Fairway Group
• Highvern
• Les Amis
• TMF Group in the Channel Islands

Healthiest Workplace:
• Accuro Fiduciary
• Crestbridge
• Deloitte LLP
• Fairway Group
• Les Amis

Mental Health Award:
• Accuro Trust (Jersey) Ltd
• Affinity Private Wealth
• Deloitte Wellbeing and Sports & Social Team
• Les Amis
• Lucy Nicholau & Listening Lounge Team
• TMF Group in the Channel Islands

Financial WellBeing Award:
• JP Restaurants
• Skipton International
• TMF Group in the Channel Islands

Inclusion and Belonging Award:
• Deloitte LLP
• LINC Community
• Lucy Nicholau & Listening Lounge Team

Breaking the Stigma Award:
• Accuro Trust (Jersey) Ltd
• Les Amis
• Lucy Nicholau & Listening Lounge Team


Giving Back Good Business Award:
• Affinity Private Wealth
• Deloitte LLP
• Highvern
• Skipton International

WellBeing Practitioner – Customer Health & WellBeing Award:
• Carrie Atkinson at Align Health Agency
• Debbie Benest at Blue Sky Health Coaching
• Daniel White at Daniel White Health
• Lorna Jackson MBAcC at Health Point Clinic
• Ryan and Elly Hodgson at Hodgson Health
• May Bourne at Positive Birth Jersey

WellBeing Practitioner – Continuous Professional Development:
• Deloitte Wellbeing and Sports & Social Team
• Lorna Jackson MBAcC at Health Point Clinic
• Elly Hodgson at Hodgson Health

WellBeing Practitioner – Best Overall Achievement 2020:
• Dominic Basilio at Le Salon Hair & Beauty
• Lorna Jackson MBAcC at Health Point Clinic
• May Bourne at Positive Birth Jersey
• Polly Ashton at The Neroli Clinic
• Tom Wagstaffe at Elemental Health
• Tony Safe at Safe Hands Healing & Massage

Ambassador Award:
• Jo Thorpe and Suzanne Le Marquand at LINC Community
• Nat Moore at Align Health Agency
• Russ Allchin at Evolved Human Jersey
• Sam Wilkes at Fairway Group and Bracken Rothwell
• Sophie Roberts at Haute Vallee School

Members of the independent judging panel are all keynote speakers at the Leaders in WellBeing – Re-imagined 2020 Summit.

The winners of the Leaders in WellBeing Awards will be announced online on Friday, 6th November following the Summit which will be held every day during Global Leaders in WellBeing Week, 2nd to 6th November 2020.

Tickets for the online Re-imagined event are available on Eventbrite:
https://leaders-in-wellbeing-summit-2019.eventbrite.com

Businesses are invited to get involved with Global Leaders in WellBeing Week at:
https://www.awarenessdays.com/awareness-days-calendar/global-leaders-in-wellbeing-week-2020/

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