The Headtorch Index gives an accurate assessment of the wellbeing in an organisation. It measures how an organisation supports, promotes and prioritises mental health.
It demonstrates progress on the journey towards sustaining a world class mental health culture.
It is used as an initial assessment tool and organisations are encouraged to revisit it over time to measure change.
This on-line survey covers:
Understand where your organisation is
Know what going well & the challenges
Measure & demonstrate progress
We are always happy to answer your questions.
1st Thursday Wellbeing Hour – Martin Stepek
Martin Stepek – Director of Ten for Zen “Keeping a Well Mind Through Covid & in Business” 4pm – 5pm, Thursday 2nd December Martin and Ten for Zen are experts in delivering authentic and life changing mindfulness courses. They have hosted sessions to thousands of people in the private and public sectors. In addition […]
I’m Super Stoked – Volvo & Workplace Mental Health
“I’m super stoked about this stuff” … “you can’t put a value on human life and people feeling good” “the opportunities that came from it that were a real eye opener” … “we automatically became more productive!” Paul Douglas, VP Volvo Construction Equipment & MD Rokbak Trucks on Workplace Mental Health. A really interesting story […]
1st Thursday Wellbeing Hour – Lindsey Morgan, RSA
Lindsey Morgan, Contact Centre Manager at RSA “Engagement and positive mental health – the perfect relationship” 12 noon – 1pm, Thursday 7th October Lindsey believes in the power of positive mental health and its impact on engagement – she’s a long time fan of all things mental health. She’s winner of the […]
5 Days Riding
We ask Angus Robinson about mountain biking and mental health – thank you Angus, great story. “5 days riding, 1 life changing day. Mountain biking in Madeira – that life changing day was one of the best day’s riding I’ve had anywhere – I can feel the effects as I write. I was coming back […]
Martin Stepek on Mental Health
“I don’t like the term “mental health” because it usually means a lack of mental health. I love a story about the Buddha’s view. He said there are many people who go through their entire life in good physical health, but very few people are mentally healthy even for a moment. That raises the bar […]