"For many years, since retiring from international sport, I've travelled around the world as a global inspirational speaker. Working with various organisations, I see the need to humanise society by normalising conversation around Mental Health awareness, diversity and inclusion. Supporting the physical and mental wellbeing of individuals will build strong and motivated communities within your workplace, promoting cohesion and productivity. That’s why I'm proud to introduce Elf at Work."
"Let’s humanise society and treat employee’s as individuals with different mindsets and motivations"
Hon Col Dame Kelly Holmes MBE (mil)
Double Olympic Champion
Dame Kelly also served in the British Army for almost a decade, and won numerous awards for sport, philanthropy and mental health awareness. Additionally, Dame Kelly's an author of five books, and the founder of a charity, the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust, working with families and young people from low socio-economic and disadvantages areas. This varied experience has given insight in to how positive physical influences have a profound effect on your mental wellbeing.
Mental wellbeing is very important to Dame Kelly. It's well documented that she herself has suffered a breakdown, self-harming and has been diagnosed with depression. Kelly’s now a mental health awareness speaker, a mental health first aider, and an ambassador for the mental health charities Mind, and Mental Health Foundation.
By creating a platform that incorporates mental health, mindfulness, fitness and nutrition, as well as providing engagement tools, we provide you with everything you need to look after your employees wellbeing so your organisation can thrive.
“The world is changing and wellbeing is at the forefront of everyone’s mind right now. Elf allows organisations to be proactive in caring for their employees, helping them to be the best that they can be, whilst supporting them through the hard times too. Everyone is different and Elf has the range of tools to engage, inspire and support employees with their physical and mental wellbeing. This range of tools is key so that people can choose the right things that work for them and so they access the right support when they need it.”