Ellie Caley

Senior Workplace & Wellbeing Consultant

What do you do at ART Health Solutions?

The primary focus of my role is to lead the project management of ART’s services within client organisations, developing a deep understanding of the needs of each client to ensure impact and value are delivered. This involves implementing and communicating a strategy for each project based off the specific needs identified by the client, communicating with stakeholders across all levels and working closely with the ART team to collate several data sources to effectively communicate actionable recommendations to the client.

I believe that an organisation’s performance, productivity, growth, prosperity and success all stem from its people. Therefore, having an understanding in the psychological/people approach to performance and employee health helps me in my role to ensure that ART’s solutions encompass a holistic approach to employee health and wellbeing through evidence-based, cutting-edge, scientific data. Our aim is to support organisations in making better informed decisions in relation to wellbeing and performance to make a tangible difference.

What experience do you bring to ART?

I am a Chartered Business Psychologist with a Masters in Occupational Psychology and a professional member of the British Psychological Society and the Association for Business Psychologists. My academic research has predominantly focused on the impact of mental health disclosures within the workplace and the subsequent effect on trust and transparency within leadership, as well as the psychological impact of remote working on behavioural outcomes such as psychological wellbeing, work-life balance and job satisfaction.

My previous industry experience involves working in training consultancy managing global client accounts to develop and design customised training programmes and workshops to transform cultures and improve workplace wellbeing. I have also held several voluntary roles, particularly supporting young people with their mental health, including peer-to-peer mentoring at university and directing educational campaigns to spread awareness around important topics such as diversity and inclusion, consent, and mental/physical/sexual health awareness.

Together my experience enables me to establish a people-centric approach to understanding human behaviour and health at work, focusing on gaining insight into the specific needs of every client.

What do you enjoy doing when you’re not working?

I currently captain the ladies 6s at Hampstead and Westminster Hockey club, so I’m either on the pitch, in the gym or sorting admin and emails for our weekend matches. I am also a keen baker and foodie, often exploring the endless brunch spots in London.

What is your personal motto?

You can do anything, but not everything.