happier@work is an innovative approach to staff well-being piloted by King's Health Partners (KHP) and funded by NHS London. It focuses on improving employee well-being at three levels: individual, team and organisational, and was designed with the aim of challenging staff to think more directly about well-being at work. In the KHP pilot, staff teams were initially invited to participate in Mental Well-being Impact Assessments and job-shadowing processes through which insights were collected about staff experience. These 'discovery phase' findings were then used to develop a menu of activities that reflected a range of staff needs. Activities highlighted particular themes like 'managing staff well-being' and 'developing practical skills for peace of mind'. They include training courses like mental health awareness and mindfulness, as well as a workplace improvement project called 'Creating Space for Well-being'. The project also included a series of 'Leading Light' lectures - talks by leaders in the field of well-being at work. happier@work uses the Wheel of Well-being as a communication tool. Each piece of promotional information, including briefing notes and marketing materials, is colour-coded and branded with the WoW, helping staff to recognise and respond to a range of differenet opportunities for improving well-being. If you would like to discuss happier@work for your workplace, just Get In Touch. You can also download a sample of our pilot King's Health Partners' happier@work promotional documents. Representatives from each of the four King's Health Partners' organisations - Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, King's College Hospital, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLam) and King's College - worked with the mental health promotion team at SLam to develop and support the initiative.