TOGETHER EVERYONE ACHIEVES MORE...

For over 5 years now rg:active has been using sport and activity to promote health and wellness in numerous corporate sectors to companies of all sizes across the UK.

We have developed a structure that offers companies the opportunity to tick a number of boxes including ‘team building’, ‘healthy living’, corporate social responsibility’ and more. We have worked with company teams of 2 people right through to 500 staff offering a scalable solution to every business.

We have developed a ‘one stop shop’ for businesses looking for a solution to healthy living, wellness and CSR, something that is becoming increasing important to businesses.

USING SPORT & ACTIVITY WE OFFER

PHYSICAL HEALTH & FITNESS

TEAM BUILDING THROUGH ACTIVITY

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT & ACHIEVEMENT

MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING

OUR CORPORATE COACHING SERVICES

Training days

Training sessions

Workshops

Event delivery

Webinars

Video training content

Fully bespoke packages

Social media 

Online training plans

Website content

Facebook takeovers

Kit & merchandise advice

Need a specific question answered or just some more general information then call Christine on +44 (0)7740460335 or email at info@rgactive.com.

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Why Wellbeing?

Here are some more figures that help us highlight why having a healthy and happy team is so important.

  • 4.0 days per year are lost per employee due to a chronic disease diagnosis
  • 29.6% of employees sleep less than 7 hours per night and lose an equivalent of 4.7 productive days per year
  • 30.4 days are lost to absenteeism and presenteeism every year in the UK
  • The UK government estimates that poor mental health in the UK costs employers between £33 billion and £42 billion a year
  • In 2015-16 there were 488,000 reported cases of work-related stress, anxiety or depression
  • 77 per cent of employees have experienced symptoms of poor mental health in their lives
  • Only 2 in 5 employees are working at peak performance
  • Studies suggest that presenteeism from mental ill health alone costs the UK economy £15.1 billion per annum, in what is almost twice the business cost as actual absence from work
  • 49% would find even basic training in common mental health conditions useful

[Sources: Vitality Health – Britain’s Healthiest Workplace / Mercer Talent Trends 2017 Global Study / Thriving At Work / Health and Safety Executive, Work related stress, anxiety and depression statistics in Great Britain 2016, HSE, 2016; / Mental health at Work Report 2016, Business in the Community / The National Employee Mental Wellbeing survey ]

Your goals and objectives

Do you have specific healthy living and wellness goals and/or objectives as a business? 

We feel it is essential to establish a good understanding regarding two of the most common terms appearing in each and every project, namely work goals and objectives. What is the meaning of each term and what are the differences with goal versus objective?

The terms Goal and Objective, often appear from the very beginning of a project, at the initial inception of the idea or during the configuration of the project. This essential phase defines the project’s outcome and the steps needed be taken to deliver the main scope of the project. Work goals and objectives commonly clearly describe the main purpose of a project.

Goal is generally described as an effort directed towards an end. The application of the term in project management is related to three different target values such as performance, time and resources. To be more specific, the project goal specifies the desired outcome (performance), the specific end date (time) and the assigned amount of resources. Generally, a goal answers to “What” is the main aim of the project and on many occasions projects may set more than one goal.  

An Objective defines the tangible and measurable results of a project that support the agreed goal and must meet the planned end time, budget and quality restrictions. It commonly answers to “How” something is to be done and the most effective way to set them is by using the S.M.A.R.T. method.

Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time.

Goal versus Objective

  • Goals are the agreed outcomes of a project whilst SMART performance objectives are the set of operations that need to take place for achieving the project goal
  • Goals are usually broad and long-term outcomes whereas Objectives are the tangible results of short term activities that address the project goals
  • Goals outline the outcome of the project’s Big Picture, while the objectives illustrate the body of singular activities that deliver distinctive results and line up with the project’s goal
  • Objectives should be S.M.A.R.T. and must meet the limits of time, budget and quality, where goals might be described in a broader manner

The purpose of determining the work Goals and Objectives is fundamental and correspond to the core definition of project management. Setting them allows one to plan, organise and control the sequence, time duration, resources and cost of activities required to ensure project success. The clearer the goal and the more feasible the objective, the higher the chances are of the project’s successful implementation, ensuring the smooth operation of the project’s life cycle.

Engagement

From the work we have done with companies in recent years, we have seen how the employee engagement of the companies we have worked with has been dramatically improved through the delivery of our services, sessions, packages etc.

Employee engagement should be a top priority for every employer. A growing body of research indicates that despite the critical importance of employee engagement in long-term organisational success, few companies have found the magic formula for keeping their workers happy and motivated. You would probably be surprised  by research currently highlighting how many work forces around the world are disengaged, costing employers hundreds of millions of pounds in lost productivity each year.

If you’re wondering whether your organisation is facing low employee engagement, look for tell-tale signs such as high absenteeism rates, high employee turnover and unsatisfactory project outcomes. These common issues often signal that employees are simply going through the motions in order to remain employed, rather than putting in their full effort. The problem won’t go away on its own….

That is where we come in. We are not saying we can solve this issue all on our own but our past work has proven that what we do can have huge impacts on the smallest start-ups through to some of the biggest organisations. 

Team Building

Being part of a team is one of the key elements in connecting sport to the workplace. Removing employees from the office environment gives them an opportunity to reboot their ingrained attitudes and working styles. A common goal such as training for a triathlon gives workers a clear objective and the motivation to set aside differences and support one another on a mutual journey. Employees who can rely on each other in sports can rely on each other at work. Our training sessions and the environment we create through our work can act as a model for conquering the challenges in any office.

Together, Everyone, Achieves, More.

Below are a few key things we like to try and incorporate into every session we deliver and can be relevant both in sport and in the work place:

1. Base difficult decisions on facts, not emotions

2. Never let your working environment go stale

3. Encourage the classic principles of hard work and reward

4. Good teams are built on good preparation

5. Teams don’t work unless everyone is having fun

Team building for a business is important if employers want to get the most out of their workforce. Improved communication between employees themselves as well as between employees and higher management can be a direct result of a team building exercises and events. Team building can also improve staff morale and contribute significantly to employee motivation as well as building trust among employees ensuring better productivity.      

A team can be any group of two or more people working together towards a shared objective. A team requires a lot of time and energy dedicated to building a culture which; in time; leads to success. Teams that are negative and have unhealthy competition will often create conflict between team members and can definitely interfere with performing at its best.

Results

Below is just a some of the data we have been able to capture from our work within the corporate sector. We we develop our online platform going into 2020 we look to keep evolving the data we capture to enable you to really see the progress you achieve when working alongside us.  

Why we are a 'one stop shop'...

What sets us apart even further from our competition is the unique offering we have across the other businesses within our group. Years in the making, the group of businesses we are apart of help us deliver a complete ‘one stop shop’ service to our customers. This makes us easier to work with, offering you more for less.

CUSTOM CLOTHING

We work closely with our friends at QSW to offer charities a custom kit option to run alongside our services. Cycling kit, running kit, triathlon kit is all available at very competitive prices and they even have a brand new ‘club shop’ service to limit a charity’s exposure.

custom.qswsports.com

DIGITAL MEDIA & CONTENT

If you watched the video at the top of this page you will have seen the quality of the service that Splento offer. Complete videography and photography packages are available for events, training and anything else that you might need to bring added value to your charity.

www.splento.com

MERCHANDISING & BRANDING

Our friends at RGMM Ltd, offer a complete branding and merchandising solution for charities of all sizes. Staff t-shirts, fundraiser incentives and giveaways, branded merchandise to bring in additional income for the charity.

www.rgmmuk.com

Need a specific question answered or just some more general information then call Christine on +44 (0)7740460335 or email at info@rgactive.com.

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