Video: ACDC – the Barnett Waddingham approach
At Barnett Waddingham we take an ‘ACDC’ approach. Using this visualisation of analytics, consultancy, delivery and check; we achieve success in resolving issues with your organisation.
Damian Stancombe, head of workplace health and wealth breaks this down. "You use analytics," he says. "It just helps to visualise the issues and concerns. You may have been aware of them. But you have that visualisation. You now know what you need to work on. So A and C. Now you know you're able to actually focus your consultancy, directly on solving those issues and concerns.’’ Stancombe says.
Stancombe explains that Barnett Waddingham in an independent firm so there is no product.
"’We are totally independent within Barnett Waddingham so we don't have a product. What we're actually working with you around is the best solution for the issues that we've identified.’’
Stancombe asks: "What were the problems you identified to begin with? What was the satisfactory outcome? Assess where success has been gained. Why was it successful? If it hasn't, we replay it until you actually that get success.’’
To find out more about how Barnett Waddingham’s analytical, insight and consultancy-led approach to wellbeing, visit https://www.barnett-waddingham.co.uk/services/workplace-wellbeing/.
Find out about Me2 which is Barnett Waddingham’s digital member engagement portal, designed for the delivery and implementation of benefit strategy. https://www.barnett-waddingham.co.uk/unique/
For further insights on wellbeing in the workplace, read Barnett Waddingham’s employee survey, Why BWell.
This article is sponsored by Barnett Waddingham.
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