Helping You Create and maintain harmony in the workplace through group singing.
Looking to Create Change in Your Workplace, But Can’t Seem to Find a Way?
Your staff morale is low and productivity impacted.
Staff recruitment and retention are tricky subjects.
Relationships are poor as staff are working from home.
You’ve offered some quick fix workshops to boost well-being but the effects simply haven’t lasted.
You know you’re looking for something sustainable which can be achieved with your new working environment.
Do you dare to try something different and make a radical change?
Why Workplace Singing?
- Happy staff who enjoy coming to work every day.
- Employees who are happy to talk to each other and create and maintain good working relationships.
- Long term increased productivity
- To try something new, something accessible to everyone which groups of varying sizes can take part in.
- To break down the barriers in the heriarchy of your workplace.
- For staff to have fun and feel that they’re allowed the time to do so.
- To change the culture around wellbeing and for it to be valued and appreciated.
“I can honestly say that introducing a singing group at Hillarys has had a really positive impact on engagement. Whilst we may not have solid measurement for this you can clearly see and feel the energy this has generated.” This has also improved cross functional relationships and there is a better understanding and appreciation of what other people do in the business.”
Could Online Singing work for your organisation?
With many staff members working from home, it’s more important than ever to connect people and maintain workplace communities. Staff wellbeing and mental health is even more important than before and singing can help. Over the past few months, I’ve perfected my online singing package so that’s it’s appropriate for the change in circumstances we find ourselves in at the moment.
Online sessions can take place via Zoom, Teams or Facebook enabling participants to see each other and interact. During the actual ‘singing’ part, it’s simply not possible to hear each other due to latency IT issues and so this is the point I opt to ‘mute all’. This has it’s advantages! People singing in the comfort of their own environment have the confidence to try new things and develop their singing. I always start with some vocal warm ups and a little bit of singing technique. Harmonies are taught by ear and can be provided as an extra resource if required. I develop the layers of sound through the session and am able to repeat parts and answer questions as we go along. There is no need to have sung before or have been part of a choir. My teaching style is inclusive and easy to follow and most importantly, it’s fun.
The positive effects of singing are well documented and these feelings are not diluted when we sing online connection of singing the same thing at the same time remains, even for inexperienced singers.
There’s also an option to create recording projects. By carefully recording at home into a phone or simple recording device, audio files can be emailed to me and put together as a whole song in my home studio. This can create a sense of purpose to the ‘choir’ and allow them scope to develop as singers.
I offer one-off sessions as well as regular virtual meet ups. Sessions can be timed to suit employees and there’s the option to record them so that singers can access them at different times. If you’d like to talk to me about how singing could positively impact the wellbeing of your staff, please get in touch.
“Although we’re not together in body, in spirit we are 100% there.”
“I felt the same listening to [our recording] as I do hearing us sing at a performance.”