Wellbeing resources

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Welcome to your wellbeing awareness toolkit

To help you promote wellbeing within your organisation, we have created a toolkit of downloadable resources. From posters and graphics, through to activities you can run with your teams, we have put together a diverse range of content to support your wellbeing. 

You are free to use these resources as you deem appropriate but we have suggested some uses in the descriptions below. If there is anything else you need or if you have any queries, please email [email protected]


Our wellbeing calendar can give you an idea of the wellbeing awareness days and weeks that we will be promoting. This would be great to use as a guide however please be aware that these are subject to change by the organisers.

Download our wellbeing awareness calendar PDF

Follow the link below to download a file to add the dates directly to your calendar. You may have to check your downloads and open in Outlook.

Add directly to your Outlook calendar

Awareness day specific content

Starting the conversation about wellbeing

It can sometimes be difficult to talk about wellbeing at work. Here are some useful tools to help you start that conversation.

Top tips

Here are some top tips for managers who are looking to start a conversation with a member of their team. It is helpful to print this sheet and have it with you.

Download tips on starting the conversation

WEMWBS wellbeing assessment

Complete a short wellbeing assessment across your team. Each individual will need to complete the assessment and they will be given a wellbeing rating based on their answers.

Click here to complete the wellbeing assessment

Tool to spot the early warning signs of distress

This tool is to be completed by the individual experiencing distress, and should be updated regularly as a way to monitor the signs. You could use this tool to base discussions around wellbeing at work.

Download tool to spot the early warning signs


Here is a selection of wellbeing activities for your team. They are a light-hearted way of starting the conversation around wellbeing at work.

Mental health awareness quiz

Download our short mental health awareness quiz, perfect for breaking the ice before a team conversation about mental health at work. This can either be read aloud from the screen or printed and filled in – remember to hide the answer sheet!

Mental health awareness quiz

Answer sheet

Team wellbeing exercise

The wellbeing of others in the workplace affects the wellbeing of the whole team. This activity is intended to be completed in a group with the aim of answering the question around how can we support each other’s wellbeing? We’ve started you off with some ideas, discuss how you could put these into practice within your team and fill in the blanks to include the things that could really support your wellbeing at work.

Team wellbeing exercise

A game to find out what you know about stress management

Played as a team, this is a great way of discussing stress at work, and how to manage it. Print the sheets single-sided, cut across the solid line and fold along the dotted line. This should create double-sided cards. Lay these out, question side up and discuss within your team whether you think the statements are true of false. Then turn the cards over to reveal the answer!

Download TRUE or FALSE game

Mindfulness at work daily activity sheet

Print these mindfulness activities and keep them at your workplace. Tick off the activities as you do them.

Download daily activity sheet 


The button below will take you to a folder containing multiple images, ideal for use on your intranet, internal communications or printed newsletters to promote wellbeing at work. 

Download images


Display the posters in your staff areas to get individuals thinking about wellbeing at work. You can always use this space to promote the retailTRUST services which are available to you and your colleagues.

Wellbeing awareness poster

Tips to improve your mental health poster .    Tips for mindfulness poster

You can access additional posters on our resources page.

Email signature

Use the following image at the bottom of your internal emails to remind colleagues of wellbeing awareness.

Right click and save this image to your computer.

If you have any queries, please email [email protected].