Thriving at Work Forums in Partnership with Your People Potential

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Thriving at Work Forums in Partnership with Your People Potential

  • Publish Date: almost 6 years ago
  • Author:by David Arden

​Here at The ONE Group, we’re passionate about wellbeing, so to enable your organisation to implement and enforce wellbeing strategies we’ve partnered with Your People Potential to bring you a quarterly breakfast networking event covering topics such as fitness, mental health and thriving at work.

Your People Potential first came to life in 2013 as Namasté Culture. Set up by former HR consultant Jacqui Kemp, the company delivers training and coaching programmes to support the well-being of your organisations' staff and bring a positive culture to your business.

Jacqui Kemp
Jacqui started her career in HR in 2001, becoming fully CIPD qualified in 2005. Working mostly in the software industry, her HR experience covered building new teams, merging teams post-acquisition, setting up short-term international assignments and implementing job-sharing programmes across international borders.

While working in HR, Jacqui trained in Cognitive Therapy and NLP. After graduating in 2009 as an NLP Master Practitioner, she set up her own successful therapy business with private clients in Cambridge. During this time, Jacqui became aware that wellbeing was moving up the business agenda – but realised there was a lack of clarity and support for HR professionals to understand how to address mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. So, in 2013, merging her therapy and HR training, she set up Namasté Culture to help organisations align their wellbeing strategies with their business goals.

David Lynch
David joined Your People Potential in 2015 bringing with him a broad spectrum of knowledge and skills from across a range of workplace settings.

David holds a certificate in Advanced Counselling Skills, he has worked as both a counsellor and a trainer, working in partnership with GP surgeries and Social Services to develop training programmes around dignity, discrimination and excluded communities. David spent five years as Workforce Development Manager for the brain injury charity Headway, where he developed a hybrid model of training and coaching, combining person-centred learning and counselling with mindfulness core concepts.