PUSH is a leading corporate wellbeing and performance company.
We work with media, creative and tech companies to craft programmes of personal and professional development so that they can increase profits, reduce attrition and enjoy happy, high-performing people in a brilliant culture.
PUSH proudly works with the likes of Sainsbury’s Argos, Havas Media, Wieden+Kennedy, Daily Mail Group, Wavemaker and Spotify.
Work is the number one stress for most people, which is why our mission at PUSH is “To make sure that no one ever feels like they are just existing, or that they dread work”. At the heart of this stress is the traditional way companies function, which is why we work with our clients to encourage forward thinking and positive change so they can achieve peak performance in our modern world.
We know that our four areas of expertise lie at the heart of delivering genuine behaviour change in teams: Performance, Leadership, Mental Health and Wellness. And, it is this that will help create brilliant places to work, where people can create brilliant work.
Our Key Values
We never shy away from difficult topics, we highlight what needs to change and lead the way in creating positive disruptions to the way we work and live.
We bring our passion to everything we do, we only work with people who are passionate about it too!
We avoid jargon, and impersonal interactions. We know that being human means being imperfect, we look for what works, not perfection.
Our Story So Far
For almost two decades PUSH Founder Cate Murden enjoyed an exciting, fast-paced career in media. She worked with some brilliant people in some amazing teams and rose to the position of Head of Partnerships at one of London’s largest, most successful media agencies.
However, the demands of the job took its toll and in July 2014 Cate was signed off work with stress.
Fortunately, she survived this challenging period and, armed with newly found insight borne from this firsthand experience, Cate launched PUSH, determined to help businesses help their employees. It is not necessary for any individual to experience what she did and we believe that organisations can be both the cause and the cure.
The world is moving at an incredible pace and we all seem busier than ever, yet productivity doesn’t appear to have increased in equal measure. Where’s the sense in that? But if we can help both the people and the teams and organisations that they work within, work better, then there’ll be less stress, less burn-out, less unnecessary costs and more profit.
Because having energised, motivated and happy people makes great business sense.