/Jamie Peacock MBE partners with hero to tackle health and wellbeing issues in the workplace

Jamie Peacock MBE partners with hero to tackle health and wellbeing issues in the workplace

Considered one of the best players of his generation, Jamie Peacock MBE has won every honour in the domestic game of rugby league and now Jamie has announced he will be working with hero to tackle the issue of corporate health and wellness.

hero, the corporate wellbeing, technology and service company has agreed a partnership with Jamie Peacock to implement his own ‘no white flag’ mentoring programme into hero’s own ‘mindset’ offering, which is the programme of ongoing education and support delivered to partners and clients.  The education and seminar programme offered by hero is designed to support businesses with all aspects of wellbeing including mental resilience, sleep and nutrition.

Joe Gaunt, hero’s CEO and founder said about the partnership:

“Jamie’s achievements in captaining our GB and national team as well as the honours he’s achieved off the pitch are incredible.  We are delighted to be working with Jamie to expand our mindset offering to our clients. Mindset is central to creating a positive change in behaviour and Jamie can offer a unique view on this based on his successful career and many achievements.  If we can inspire and create simple yet effective mindset changes we can help, and support individuals and businesses achieve great results.”

Jamie will also be working with hero to deliver face to face sessions with companies and senior leadership teams who need to create shift change in their culture and mindset.

Jamie said:

“I am really excited about working with hero.  The product that’s been developed is remarkable and is a complete game changer for the world of corporate wellness and wellbeing.  Investing in the health and wellbeing of your employees makes sense both morally and financially.  The hero platform enables individuals to personalise their preferences and focus on what matters to them.”

hero was has recently announced an acquisition of Colour-Fit, the professional sports nutrition business which works with more than 50 national and international teams from the world of professional sport including five national governing bodies, eight Premier League football teams, professional rugby teams, cricket teams, golfers and speedway stars as well as securing national and international partners and clients including Les Mills and Myzone.

 

 

Senior Editor Lisa Baker is the owner of Need to See it Publishing Group, providing contract news for business and news sites across the UK. Lisa is an experienced HR writer and commentator, editing HR publications for more than 5 years.