BUD Leaders co-designed and delivered a project with employees and employers to focus on improving health inequalities in West Norwood and Tulse Hill workplaces. The project was a collaboration with Impact on Urban Health, Design Council and Station to Station.
We supported participants to learn new ways to improve as a leader and a manager, to improve their communications skills and to learn new approaches to work-life balance and wellbeing. They also met other business owners in the neighbourhood. Evaluation of the programme found 100% of participants surveyed felt more connected to other business owners in their neighbourhood and that they had shared best practice.
What it’s like to work with BUD Leaders
“This was extraordinarily powerful thing to do, and I know what I have learned will help me be a more resilient, less stressed manager.”
“My time was well spent taking part in this course, this is just the beginning, there is so much more to learn and achieve ahead of me. It was an eye opener to my own ways of working and to see what it could be like. Thank you.”
“We explored many different aspects of leadership and how these apply in different business situations. Key to this was active learning and putting in our own time and effort in to make connections to our own work fields. The buddy system was great to do this in parallel and keep each other motivated. The course leaders created a great supportive, safe and nurturing space for us all.”