Dr Adam Greenfield

Chiropractor, speaker and co-founder of WorkLifeWell.com

Introducing Adam Greenfield – Co-founder of WorkLifeWell, International speaker, Chiropractor

For over 10 years, Dr Adam Greenfield has been nurturing and supporting multi-national organisations to navigate the fine balance of productivity and wellbeing in the workplace.

Bringing his extensive experience in health and wellbeing, Adam works with senior partners, business leaders and human resource directors, helping them to create an environment where any team can thrive rather than just survive. With this focus, a business can create a psychologically safe culture which is attractive to new talent while still retaining existing talent.  

Adam began his career as a Chiropractor, obtaining multiple science degrees and managing thousands of individuals through his own clinic. He applied his chiropractic expertise to the working world, transitioning into corporate wellbeing by coaching and nurturing individuals through turbulent times towards healthier habits both personally and at work. 

From this, he became an international keynote speaker, providing businesses, senior leaders and wellbeing teams with education, training and workshops relating to multiple aspects of health and wellness. Adam guides professionals on everything from physical workplace health like posture and movement to emotional intelligence and communication, realising that much of the foundation of a company culture is based on how we communicate with colleagues.

About The Business

WorkLifeWell – bringing wellbeing together to build healthier, happier cultures 

WorkLifeWell is on a mission to combat the ever-increasing levels of stress, burnout and employee disengagement in the workplace, and the negative impact this has on people and business. Adam co-founded WorkLifeWell to tackle and solve three big challenges facing businesses when it comes to workplace wellbeing:

  1. The difficulty to cater for such diverse wellbeing wants and needs
  2. How to accurately measure the impact of health and wellbeing activities to assess effectiveness
  3. The increasingly challenging ability to keep teams connected and motivated in a hybrid world.

WorkLifeWell now partner with a variety of multi-sector organsations, helping them to create, refine and deliver health and wellbeing strategies that drive cultural change, encourage a better work/life balance, and transform workplaces into psychologically safe environments where employees feel happy, healthy and thriving.

For further information, an interview, comment or article from Adam, please contact:

Alice Rowe
+44 1497 288 018

At A Glance

  • Co-founder of WorkLifeWell – Adam helps senior business leaders, HR professionals and wellbeing teams develop effective health and wellness strategies to beat burnout, combat stress, reduce absenteeism and ensure happy and healthy company cultures
  • Leading Chiropractor and co-founder of Stanmore Chiropractic Clinic – bringing his chiropractic expertise to the corporate world and guiding professionals to form healthier workplace habits
  • International keynote speaker – Adam delivers engaging health and wellbeing training and workshops for businesses on everything from physical workplace health like posture and movement to emotional intelligence and communication.

Ready To Speak To The Media

  • Adam is a passionate and engaging speaker, who is available for interview, to write by-lined articles and offer expert comment on topics including:
  • Healthy home working: Warning signs that your home office could be causing health issues
  • Work, Rest & Play: How to help teams get the balance right
  • Why healthy culture could be the key to attracting Gen Z talent
  • 4 healthy workplace habits you need to form this New Year
  • How businesses can cater to the diverse wellbeing needs of their workforce
  • How to communicate better with your colleagues – and why it’s key to healthy company culture
  • 5 leadership secrets to reduce absenteeism
  • Why your posture could be killing your productivity at work
  • Is a 4-day week the answer to your employee wellbeing problems?
  • The ROI of happiness: The commercial case for employee wellbeing

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