Corporate talks and workshops

World map image showing the financial loss to the economy of poor sleep for Canada, the US, the UK, Germany and Japan.
Financial impact to the economy of sleeping problems – Image from the RAND report “Why sleep matters — the economic costs of insufficient sleep”

Insufficient sleep causes the UK to lose £40 billion a year (1.86% of the UK GDP) according to a 2016 study by RAND “Why sleep matters — the economic costs of insufficient sleep”.

Someone who sleeps less than 6 hours per night takes an additional 6 days off work compared to a worker sleeping 7-9 hours per night.

The image to the left shows the findings from the report on a world map. Read the full report here: RAND 2016 Sleep report.

There has been recent media interest in the importance of wellbeing both individually and in the workplace. A Chartered Institute of Personnel Directors (CIPD) survey found that the number of people suffering from mental health problems at work (including anxiety, stress and depression) has risen from a quarter to a third over the past five years. Despite this, fewer than one in 10 of UK organisations have a standalone wellbeing strategy.

Picture of Dr Browning presenting to a group of business customers during their lunch break.
Lunch and learn Sleep Talk given by Dr Lindsay Browning

Trouble Sleeping offers “lunch and learn” wellbeing talks for businesses

Trouble Sleeping offers wellbeing talks. These “lunch and learn” talks include a presentation on sleep, insomnia, sleep tips (including how to deal with jet-lag and shift work) and children’s sleep, plus an opportunity for your staff to ask questions about their personal sleep issues.

Contact Trouble Sleeping to arrange one of our lunchtime wellbeing talks for your business, where tips and advice for sleeping well are offered by sleep expert Dr Lindsay Browning. The talk is typically a 40 minute presentation with time afterwards for staff to ask questions.

Alternatively ask us for a tailored service for your business.