Assisting individuals & organisations to maximise their potential

We, Inspire, Facilitate and Empower, individuals, businesses and organisations, to provide better support for those around them and themselves, through presentations, workshops and training.

Working Minds Matter Inspirational Speaking

Nick Wilson is a Veteran who served 14 years in the British Army during which time, he deployed on several Operational Tours including Northern Ireland, Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Workplace Mental Health Matters

Cost effective & basic steps you can take, along with standard strategies that can be implemented as a natural progression, which will provide various returns on your investment.

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About our services

We are a mental health consultancy that guides you in the most efficient way of supporting the mental wellbeing of your employees, whilst also reducing your overall costs and impacting on areas such as;

Retention / Recruitment / Resilience / Productivity

At the core of everything we do is our business model for Workplace Mind Wellness. The formula at the heart of this, that encompasses everything, is directly impacted by all the elements and is essential for you to identify areas that need enhancing within your organisation is P.I.P.R;

Prevention / Intervention / Protection / Regression

We all know the importance of L.I.F.E so we urge you to LEAD / INSPIRE / FACILITATE / EMPOWER your Employees, Teams, Managers and Employers to become more knowledgeable, self-aware, supportive and productive, don’t worry we will show you how.

What’s The Impact On Your Business?

Sickness absence, staff turnover and presenteeism cost businesses up to £42bn a year, how committed are you to improving staff retention, recruitment and your workplace culture? The key is gaining a better understanding of the subject, identifying what your pinch points are and deciding what specific aims you wish to achieve. Mental health is not a “One size fits all” area, so you need to spend time in the planning phase, before investing in areas that will provide a limited return.

What Are Your Desired Outcomes?

You have identified that mental health is impacting your business, what do you do now? A recent study showed 60 per cent of employees would feel more motivated if their employer showed support for their wellbeing. How do your staff feel about their workplace? Training is essential at every level within the workforce and should be based around: Prevention, Intervention and Protection, with your middle management at the core. How well trained are your employees?

Find out more regarding our services

Latest Blogs

Military Refuses Veterans Offer Of Mental Health Support

There have been increasing reports as to the decline of our military personnel’s mental wellbeing, with a report from the King’s College London research comparing surveys from 7,000 military personnel with people in other jobs. It found that 18% of men and 25% of women in the forces reported symptoms of common mental disorders, compared… View Article

New Mental Health Strategy

Working Minds Matter Launches New Mental Health Strategy It is called “3Self’s” and the thought is that through individuals adopting this themselves, they can reduce the likelihood of struggling with poor mental health and/or preventing a mental illness from worsening. Should everyone adopt this straightforward and uncomplicated strategy, then there is a real opportunity for… View Article

I Was Recently Assaulted

This is the most vulnerable I have felt, by sharing this event, than I have EVER felt in all the time that I have been sharing my journey! I can only hope that by my doing this, it will help to demonstrate that it is NOT weak to talk and through life events, we grow… View Article

English Veteran Awards Partnership

Working Minds Matter formally announced over the weekend, that they had come to an agreement with First Step Forward, which would see them collaborating to jointly sponsor the English Veteran Awards. In Association with The ABF Soldiers’ Charity and following on from the highly successful Welsh Veteran Awards, it is time to recognise the English… View Article

Simplifying Mental Health

Mental Health is a much wider, diverse subject than many actually realise and whilst it can be very confusing at the more in depth scientific end, that which the majority of us need to understand, is relatively straight forward and only made more complicated by……! We ALL have Mental Health the same as we have… View Article

Embracing Failures, Mistakes and Weaknesses

Don’t you think it is a failing of society, that so much pressure is placed on the younger generation over whether they succeed or fail at something and that success is measured by the higher percentage gained during exams or the greater wage they eventually get paid in life? As we slowly begin to gain… View Article


Katy Frith

A really interesting and engaging session today, thank you so much for attending. It’s not often that such a session will provide a full action plan for an organisation and some really key areas to address, in order to address Mental Health within the workplace. Highly recommended any organisation having Nick come in and speak to your staff, your managers or your leaders! Thanks again Nick!

Katy Frith
HR Manager

Danny Morgan

I highly recommend Nick, the depth of his knowledge and the manner in which he openly talks about a subject that affects so many lives is nothing short of inspiring.

Danny Morgan

Glen Clayton

It was a pleasure and an honour to have you in this morning to speak about PTSD Nick, I know the team took away some great insight and learning around this topic. Thank you.

Glen Clayton
Aspire Oxford

Lianne Baker

“Those who were involved, really enjoyed the Mind Health Ambassador course, saying it left them feeling more empowered afterwards. By having more people internally who have a better understanding of the issues surrounding mental health, it helps create a safer working environment for people who might be struggling with their own mental health on a day to day basis. The ambassadors can also support each other and those who are MHFA trained, to keep the conversations going, acting as the first point of contact for someone who might not know what to do. As an organisation, It has helped to create a more positive attitude about mental health and people’s wellbeing on the whole”

Lianne Baker