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PUSH Mind and Body partners with Friday Pulse

by jcp

Launch of new PUSH in Your Pocket app 

Leading wellbeing training company PUSH Mind and Body has partnered with Friday Pulse to turbocharge its mission to Make Work Better for three million in three years.

PUSH says the symbiotic collaboration with the platform, which measures workers’ happiness levels, is a “no-brainer” and will enable them to offer clients better, more measurable solutions.

The move coincides with the launch of PUSH In Your Pocket (PIYP), an app-based digital trainer which expands clients’ live PUSH sessions by offering personalised content whenever they want it, making digital libraries of solution-focused resources in mental health, wellbeing, development and leadership all accessible anytime via their phone.

Friday Pulse provides real-time insights into individuals, teams and organisations through tracking team happiness and collecting weekly feedback. Giving employees the chance to rate their experience of work in a weekly audit allows senior leaders to see how teams are doing and take immediate action.

PUSH’s cutting-edge training, pledge to Make Work Better and digital app make the two a perfect fit, says PUSH Founder Cate Murden.

“The partnership with Friday Pulse and our new app are two exciting developments that have the capability to bring about real, lasting change in people’s lives – at work and more widely.

“Incorporating digital solutions is a crucial part of our strategy and, in this new world of work, they are desperately needed to help organisations support their teams’ wellbeing and development.

“By bringing together Friday Pulse’s science-backed approach with our cutting-edge training we believe we can make massive improvements to how we all feel about work. It will provide our clients with invaluable, long-term insight into how people are feeling which PUSH can then use to resolve problems in our clients’ organisations by building bespoke solutions to keep people performing at their best.”

Nic Marks, CEO and founder of Friday Pulse says: “The partnership between Push and Friday Pulse is very complementary and synergetic – team leaders need strong people skills to bring the best out of their team and timely data to help ensure they keep on track.

“It could also prove hugely beneficial for organisations throughout the country. The UK has underperformed in terms of productivity for the last ten years but if businesses could recognise that happiness is a winning strategy then they can grow faster than their competitors at home and abroad.”

Since its founding  in 2014 London-based PUSH has run wellbeing/resilience programmes with a range of companies and organisations, focusing on mental health and wellbeing to empower employees to thrive in their workplace. Through its work tens of thousands of employees have been helped to enhance their working lives with many organisations being supported free of charge.

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