Welcome to Joined Up Working

“I’m Sue Grogan”

Supporting You to Develop a Culture of Wellbeing in Your Workplace.

Reducing your absenteeism and recruitment costs.

Proud winner of the “Outstanding Woman in Care Services”East Midlands Womens Awards 2019

EMWA Winner Care Services 2019

Award EMA Sue Grogan

EMW Awards Winner II

Please book a phone call session with me using this link into my diary – choose a time that suits you and just fill in your details. It will send you an automatic email to confirm and also sends me one to let me know which time you’ve booked.

A happy healthy workforce increases productivity, reduces absenteeism and saves your business money.

Good Health and Wellbeing are now recognised as essential in the workplace, creating a positive working environment with resulting increases in productivity.

If you want to create a Wellbeing Strategy and don’t have enough time or people to do it then let’s have a chat about how I can help you.

So what is Wellbeing at work?

It’s about the personal dynamics between the people in your business. Do they get on with their co-workers?

How do they feel about working in your business? How does your business treat them and how does their work fits into the rest of their lives?

There’s also the physical environment. Is it a nice place to work? Are people comfortable in their work area? Is it a safe place where health and safety risks are identified and procedures put in place?

What about their mental health? Are people able to be open and honest about any mental ill health problems they have or is it a taboo subject?

Do you encourage a healthy lifestyle and set an example?

Wellbeing isn’t about having a bowl of fruit in your coffee area and encouraging people to take a walk at lunchtime – but developing it in your business needs careful thought, planning and most importantly – involving everyone who works there.

Here are 2 handbooks written to help people when they are in a specific crisis and don’t know what to do.

Coming soon… Long Term Caring: Advice for people working whilst caring for a loved one.

Dementia: A Practical Handbook for Working People Caring for a Loved One.

A really useful guide for families coping with the complexities that dementia can bring. … trying to juggle a job, family and managing other’s expectations as well as providing care and support to a family member with a diagnosis of dementia can be very demanding and can lead to stress. This book has easy to reference chapters with really good bullet point advice to address some of the issues faced by families.

Hilda Hayo

Chief Admiral Nurse, CEO Dementia UK

A highlight of the book is the practical aspects of how to look after yourself.

We often forget to remain able to be the carer.

We need to first ensure we are looked after too.

The Nursing Times

Silver Splitters: Advice for Midlife Separation & Divorce.

Everybody deserves to be able to access the help and support they need and are entitled to. My vision is that people know where to turn for information, help and support when coming out of a long term relationship